Assalamualaikum pretty ladies!
I would love to make another new segment to my blog, and I call it the "Product Spotlight" encasing a show and tell about a product that I've reviewed regardless of it as a bad/nyeh/good reviews as most products that I will put in this segment is ones that I deemed a little bit useless and found ways to actually use more of the product instead of letting it rot, mind you, I buy makeups and I intend to use every single ounce of the product, else I'll just give it to people who would give it more love.
So anyways, let's hear it for my concealer.
The Skinfood's Salmon Dark Circle Concealer, click text to go to the review.
I've used it frequently and as you can see, there's not much damage I've made even after months and months of using it, so it's hard to finish this up unlike some of my concealers that I've purchased and repurchased.
A salmon-tone yellow concealer, which is great for concealing my dark-circle but this one is very easy to slip, as it has a slippery creamy texture, so you have to buff it with powder so that it won't crease.
Another thing is, I don't want it to go to waste, and I would just love to finish up all of my products. So I did try using this for my blemishes, but it didn't do well on that area, it didn't hide my blemishes it accents my blemishes even more, so as a coverage concealer, this is not good.
But what I've done is, I've turned this into an eyeshadow base!
You can see the difference between the swatches, the black shimmery color is shown to be more pigmented and more beautiful than the latter. I currently don't have any eyeshadow bases, cuz I am waiting for my MUA eye primer and I haven't yet to purchase the Essence's Eyeshadow base.
So this is a great alternative to eyeshadow base, and it sticks well too! It doesn't crease, though you might find it a little sticky when applying eyeshadows over the concealer but once you get the hang of it, you'd definitely won't mind the stickiness! :D