FORGET the Injectibles With These 2 Beauty Products for Dark Circles and Smile Lines
Cle de Peau Concealer & Givenchy Mister Light are almost like a trip to the derm WITHOUT the needles to cover dark circles and minimize smile lines
Raccoon eyes and marionette lines GONE with the right makeup!
It’s no secret that my undereye dark circles could scare children. It’s a hereditary blessing that there is not much to do about other than find the perfect concealer or get a shot of filler from the dermatologist.
For the time being, I’d like to SKIP the injectibles and rely on effective beauty products that do the trick.
Since my go-to concealer was discontinued, I have accumulated a drawer full of replacements that are either too pink, too dry, too pastey, too slippery or require too much effort to get right for everyday wear.
All I wanted was coverage that wasn’t obvious and something to swipe on quickly and be able to wear without much else makeup.
I finally decided to reach out to the Cle de Peau peeps to road test the concealer that so many major makeup artists rely on for a flawless finish.
Clé de Peau Beauté Concealer glides on smoothly, is moisture-rich, doesn’t crease, and covers my raccoon eyes like nobody’s business! Sure, it’s pricey but not looking tired or overly made up is so well worth it.
The Givenchy Mister Light Instant Light Corrective Pen was created to act like a shadow chaser and a complexion reviver by reducing visible signs of fatigue.
But here’s where I think it’s best…
Lightly brush it into the crease of your smile lines, blend, top with foundation and those embedded crinkles from a big toothy grin are gone! It’s genius
Guess, I’ll have to stop considering a trip to the dermatologist for while. How about you?
Clé de Peau Beauté Concealer named Best Undereye Concealer in InStyle magazine’s "Best of Beauty" (May 2010)
Givenchy Mister Light Instant Light Corrective Pen
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