Makeup Application Step 1: Concealer
I've been trying a lot of concealers that could give a better coverage.
After using Revlon Blemish Concealer, I've decided to use the right concealer for eyebags:
Revlon Colorstay Undereye Concealer
The concealer comes in a 1.18ml tube with a sponge-tip slanted wand. Easy to blend, long wearing, and don't rub off unless you use a makeup remover. Perfect for the workaholic me.
It contains an SPF 15, so it protects the thin skin under my eyes from the sun.
What I like with this product is that, it's oil-free. Liquid concealers are the best for not containing oil in it.
I apply this concealer first before I put on BB cream/foundation since it's easier to blend on a makeup free skin. And besides, concealers create blotches when I apply BB cream/foundation first. I use my finger to pat it in and sets in seconds.
For total coverage, I use a powdered concealer all over the eyebags to set it. I'll blog on the next steps later on.