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Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circle Treatment Concealer

~Weekly Product Highlight~ Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circle Treatment Concealer~

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After seeing so many beauty YouTubes recommend this Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circle Treatment Concealer by Maybelline, I figured I had to at least give it a try, and I am so glad that I did!

I absolutely love this Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circle Treatment Concealer.  It covers and blends so beautifully. I have tried a lot of concealers, and this is the best so far. It gives me the perfect amount of coverage. It does not crease, goes on smoothly and doesn’t leave that white shadow that I hate that some concealers leave.  Also,when and if I decide to bring it down into a triangle onto my face, it doesn’t seep into my pores or fine lines.

It comes in 6 different shades.  Fair, Light, Medium, Honey, Neutralizer, and Brightener.  My favorite so far is 160 Brightener.

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One downfall I’ve noticed is that it seems to wear off a little quicker than I would like.  Although, when set with a finely milled under eye powder it seems to last much better.  Also, when necessary, it can be reapplied without causing too much caking or creasing.  Another downfall is that despite having 6 shades, none are really great for darker skin.

I love the design of the packaging.  Since most concealers have a doe foot applicator, it is quite a different application experience from the other concealers that I have used.  Also because of the design of the packaging, it is easier to not go overboard and apply too much.  A little bit does go a long way (another added bonus.)

The Ulta Website give a great description of the way to use it…(which can also be found on the back of the package it comes in.)

“Turn collar of the micro-corrector applicator in direction of arrows until product is visible on sponge. This may require a number of turns. Adjust accordingly for desired amount of product. Using applicator, apply concealer directly to under-eye area, blending in an outward motion. To apply more, twist collar of applicator 1-2 clicks at a time. For best results, use sparingly. For extreme dark circles, apply the neutralizer shade underneath your concealer shade. Use the brightener shade to add a luminous touch to inner corner of eyes, cheek and brow bones and bridge of nose.”

(ps: I don’t know why, but I love the word sparingly, lol!)

What does the Maybelline website have to say about it?…

“Active Formula and Micro-Corrector Applicator erase dark circles, puffiness and fine lines instantly.

Why You’ll Love It

• Micro-Corrector Applicator micro-fills and smoothes.
• Active formula with Haloxyl reduces the look of puffiness and shadows while fading the appearance of under-eye circles.
• Apply neutralizer shade for extreme dark circles.
• Brightener shade adds a luminous touch.

For Best Results

Use applicator to apply concealer directly to under-eye area, blending in an outward motion.  Wipe off excess eye concealer with dry tissue only.  Do not wet applicator.”

Have you ever used this Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circle Treatment Concealer?  What do you think?  Which shade is your favorite?  Let me know in the comment section!

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