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    I received a $50 gift certificate from Sephora. I bought a few things. A half an hour later I went back, returned everything and bought this. I had heard raves about it, but wouldn't spend $45 on any makeup but I've always wanted it.

    It's like putting silk on your skin. So creamy, hides everything for a flawless look. Under eyes, discolorations.

    Then I tried my sheer foundation over it and I was thrilled. I've never bought a "fix" product where I can actually say it's a miracle. You need less than a dab because it's so concentrated. Comes in every skin color.

    Sephora: Kevyn Aucoin The Sensual Skin Enhancer: Concealer

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    Is this a primer, illuminator or concealer? I've heard about this product but was never sure about it's use. It's a tiny little pot for the money. But if it works...
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    It's a concealer. You have to see it in the store. It's so RICH that the pot will last two years or more. It's like pudding, but it's not thick when it goes on. A dab the size of two pin dots covered under my eyes and my chin where I have redness. Using a sheer or semi sheer foundation over it is all you need.

    I never do a big sell on products because I'm disappointed so much of the time. This one's the real deal.

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    I have problems finding concealors, primers or foundations for skin over 50. Everything looks either too pasty or too oily.

    Does this work on women in the 45 plus age group?

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    ^^Speaking as one of those, yes, it's great. Go test it if you have a Sephora near you. It's creamy, not thick and pasty.

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    Thanks. I'm going to check this out on my next Sephora run.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post
    ^^Speaking as one of those, yes, it's great. Go test it if you have a Sephora near you. It's creamy, not thick and pasty.
    Thanks Chalet. I'm going to do a search and see if I can find one in my area.

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