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    Bluebonnet, do you use this under your makeup?
    I've tried some things like this, I put the eye stuff on, then put some foundation or powder on and the eye stuff flakes off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelpMeRhonda View Post
    Bluebonnet, do you use this under your makeup?
    I've tried some things like this, I put the eye stuff on, then put some foundation or powder on and the eye stuff flakes off.
    Yes. You can put it on alone or under makeup.

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    i love that pan stick from max factor

    im really pale and have very dark bags and that is really good with covering and its quite cheap
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    i've embraced my dark circles, kust as i've come to accept my pasty whiteness. i had them even when i was a little kid. i tell myself they give my face a haunted, decadent quality
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    It's just gotten to the point where all I see when I look at my face is puffy undereye bags and dark circles. It really bums me out and makes me totally self-conscious. It happened when I lost some weight and subsequently lost volume in my face so the little problem that was always there is now a very noticeable big probem. I had even considered getting a filler there that a nurse practiioner recommended but it's expensive and for a couple weeks, you have this weird bumpy-lined texturized effect. She had it herself when I talked to her.

    After reading this thread, I just ordered some products from Amazon so maybe that will help. I have retin-A and will try that, too but if I use that stuff too much it makes my face flake, and no amount of exfoliant makes it stop.
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    I use a concealer in a tube with a wand and sponge on the tip and I usually just sort of pat it in with my ring finger, but I've wondered if it would blend and look better if I bought a concealer brush and put it on with that. I figured the heat from my finger might help it melt and blend better, but I still feel like I do a lot of patting to try and cover my undereye area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HelpMeRhonda View Post
    Bluebonnet, do you use this under your makeup?
    I've tried some things like this, I put the eye stuff on, then put some foundation or powder on and the eye stuff flakes off.
    Which products were you using when that happened?

    When "rolling" happens, it could be two products just not working in combination OR one is put on too soon after another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dallison View Post
    Which products were you using when that happened?

    When "rolling" happens, it could be two products just not working in combination OR one is put on too soon after another.
    Mostly liquid type products to firm and tighten the skin. The only way it works is if you have no makeup on.
    The brand I have now is Eyliplez 2 eye circle +circle reducer, there is a day and night cream in the package.
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    Quote Originally Posted by caramel View Post
    i love that pan stick from max factor

    im really pale and have very dark bags and that is really good with covering and its quite cheap
    Where do you buy this? I used to wear it all the time but now, can't find it anywhere!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet View Post
    Where do you buy this? I used to wear it all the time but now, can't find it anywhere!!
    Here you go.... max factor pan stick - Google Search
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    Thanks! I just saw where Amazon carries it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McJag View Post
    Peter Thomas Roth's Instant FIRMx Eye. On Amazon. Works.
    I meant to post this the other day, but I forgot all about it until this thread popped up.

    I bought this early last week at Sephora. The sales girl raved about it too, but I've used it for over a week with no success at all. It makes it feel like my skin is super dry, but that could be the tightening. If I needed it for wrinkles (I'm lucky in that I don't have very many wrinkles), I might keep it, but it does absolutely nothing for my undereye bags. =(

    For $40, it's definitely going back.

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    I bought this last weekend and like it, is it a miracle cure? No.. but it does make a difference, I looked for the Max Factor one but couldn't fine it, I'll keep looking.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet View Post
    I LOVE this stuff! If it'll work on my under-eye drama going on each a.m., it's good stuff!

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    Wet tea bags under your eyes for a few moments in the morning. Use black tea. Or the old cold spoon trick.

    Lancome's Effecernes concealer is the best I've found. Warm a bit on fingertips and tap tap tap on. Let dry, don't put power on top.

    I have dark circles and they are tough to deal with. I find the stick concealers too heavy and sink into creases. A concealer base with a yellow tint can help. I'm using an Almay one at the moment.


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