Tarte Cosmetics At Ease Micronized Clay Calming Concealer with ARPM
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  • Ever since I was a teenager and started to consider wearing makeup, one of the things I had to contend with, even way back then, were these dark circles under my eyes
  • I can definitely attest to this, because after the first day or two I started to notice that my eyes didn't look closed and puffy (even hours after I'd woken up), and I looked far more alert
  • Normally I don't like using a loose powder because it's messy, but I'll deal with the mess when it comes to this product because the two of these together are like magic
  • I like to deny that I have fine lines at all, but I'm not a young woman anymore, and the hard fact of the matter is that I can really use more makeup like this in my life, because it simplifies things so much
  • The clay is incredibly healthy for my skin, and I've noticed that it even controls shine for me when I do an all over brush-on after I've applied the concealer


    • by Anasuya
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      Ever since I was a teenager and started to consider wearing makeup, one of the things I had to contend with, even way back then, were these dark circles under my eyes. My normal concealer, even the heavy pancake makeup, wouldn’t even touch it and, worse case scenario, even accentuated it and made it look ten times worse. I had tried this product years ago, that was like a yellow-tinted cream, and it covered up the circles better than anything I’d ever seen or heard of before, and then they discontinued it and I could never find anything else like it. That is until I ran across the Tarte Cosmetics At Ease Micronized Clay Calming Concealer with ARPM. That’s a big name for such a tiny little tube of product.

      It contains a yellow


      concealer that will not only help cover under eye circles but it also has an anti-redness peptid matrix in it. That works for me because I have red blotchiness around my nose that makeup also doesn’t cover, no matter how much is applied. But the great thing about this product is that it’s not just a concealer, but it actually reduces the inflammation that causes these problems, with continued use. It claims that in four weeks (or less) you will notice a reduction in redness by 50%. This was like an added bonus as far as I was concerned, because it wasn’t an expensive product and I really just wanted it for my under eye circles.

      It also contains camellia tea which is like an astringent and toner all in one and helps reduce ...


      • the puffiness. I can definitely attest to this, because after the first day or two I started to notice that my eyes didn’t look closed and puffy (even hours after I’d woken up), and I looked far more alert. It comes in two parts. You have the concealer and then the Amazonian clay powder. I love the clay powder! Normally I don’t like using a loose powder because it’s messy, but I’ll deal with the mess when it comes to this product because the two of these together are like magic.

        The Amazonian powder has some sort of nuetrelizing effect that keeps the concealer from shifting around on the face, which makeup tends to do throughout the day, and settling in fine lines or wrinkles. I like to deny that I have fine lines

        at all, but I’m not a young woman anymore, and the hard fact of the matter is that I can really use more makeup like this in my life, because it simplifies things so much.

        I look healthier when I use this. It covers the under eye circles very well, reduces the puffiness, and the redness, after just three weeks, was almost gone entirely, and this is a problem I’ve lived with for the last twenty years of my life, pretty much ever since I entered puberty. I will never deny the positive results I experience when I’m using this concealer and clay combo. The clay is incredibly healthy for my skin, and I’ve noticed that it even controls shine for me when I do an all over brush-on after I’ve applied the concealer. It’s excellent.




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