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    Caz, as I can't see you, may I ask you a few questions first?

    - What sort of skin do you have: is it dry, oily etc?
    - What colour are your circles - are they greyish/blueish/brownish?
    - What colour is the skin on your face? eg. Fair, Medium, Tan, Olive, Dark?
    - Do you ever see any reddish, pinkish, blueish tones on your skin? For example, do you have rosy cheeks?
    - Do you take any medication? Drink a lot of caffeinated drinks?

    Thanks.

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    I found the best eye liner the MAC one in the roll up pencil. It smudges a bit but nowhere near the amount if a normal pencil.

    As for the under eyes I use a colour corrector. I use one that is for TV make up called kryolan.

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    I'm no expert but I have a cream colour corrector that is sort of a gold colour but not visible under make up. It was a cheapy from Australis.

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    Primer all over, eye primer/moisturiser
    Concealer (yellow tone- stronger and can be used on all types of spots and colouring)
    Apply only on the dark area and use a patting action sponge or fingertip (Wiping will create less coverage)
    Use your foundation; liquid- generally light -med coverage, creme- may not be good if you have fine lines/wrinkles as it can settle in lines and draw attention from them, stick- heavier coverage etc) (Slightly lighter) again patting action (More coverage)
    Apply Powder or Setting powder all over

    *If you have any puffines to your eyes conceal first, apply foundation then - use a Highlighter pen just below the puffiness and blend.
    *Light from above creates a shadow so makes the puffiness look worse.
    * Apply the highlighter pen directly under (not on) the puffiness and pat in
    this will lighten the area and bring it forward making it look less puffy


 

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