Aug 26, 2012
I posted a topic about having dry under eyes and got great suggestions but I've noticed I actually have lines and wrinkles that show up even more when I wear makeup!! I don't know if the eye makeup remover I use is drying the area around my eyes out. Any suggestions on what I can use for wrinkles =[
I've worked with a bunch of skincare products and the best concealers by far that don't cake up and settle into fine lines are Bobby Brown's kit and the Cargo One Base wand concealer. Also which makeup remove do you use? i would use one like Philosophy's release me or the Sephora waterproof makeup remover...both are great and clients always love them! If you have any more questions you could ask me on twitter @nidmajid or my youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/Nidmaji... :) hope it helps
Id recommend using an under eye moisturizer/cream to help get relax the wrinkles, and then an under eye hydrating primer to help the makeup stay smooth all day :)
I use Neutrogena oil free makeup remover..
definitely use Eye cream. There are plenty of different brands out there but if you want something really good, I suggest Lancome Visionaire.
I may have to invest in something high end
Aug 29, 2012
Before you drop a ton of money on a fancy eye cream, try the Multi Function Eyecream from Rodan & Fields. They are the doctors that created ProActive. These products are amazing!!! I was going to have some kind of eye "tweak" when I was 40. That was this May and I'm not having anything done!!!!! They have one eye cream that takes care of it all!! It's light and works as a great eye make up primer!! You can find it at http://www.kht.myrandf.com. Their products are amazing!!!!
Aug 30, 2012
Thanks Kathleen!! I'll check it out!!
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