I also really like having a setting powder.
This is a creamy concealer that gives medium coverage. I wouldn’t say it covers super dark circles, but it definitely offers some coverage and brightens dark areas. It does a great job on blemishes.
Now if it only actually camouflaged my ass, it would be perfect.
Soap and Glory says, “A first base if you want crease-free, no smudge eye colour. Contains Insta-Lift™ Firming Para Cress Flower Proteins (to help give you more flat, glossy, smooth-finished lids), anti–colour crease long wear polymers, and coffee extract to fight morning puffiness. Use BRIGHT LIGHT under everyday eyeshadow, or SILVER LINING for a shimmering layer under party eyes.
I say, mine is Bright Light. It definitely brightens and helps eyeshadow last longer. The best way to use this is to smear some on a steel palette, then pick up a small amount on your finger and pat pat pat on the eyelid. Don’t use too much or it will crease. Used sparingly, it does a beautiful job of priming those eyelids.
I say, wow, quite the double entendre! Glow Job is an extremely intriguing tinted moisturizer. Initially, it just looks like moisturer:
But spread out, it reveals tiny little beads full of tint:
The beads burst as you smooth in the lotion, leaving behind gentle color:
The only problem I encounter is at times I don’t quite ‘pop’ all the beads, and am left with either a bead on my face/body or a bit of a splotch of color. To remedy this, I now pop all the beads with my fingers first, then apply. It’s wonderful for those low-key days when you want some color but not full-face makeup, and it’s terrific on the decolletage.
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