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YBF – Brighten, Hide, and Sculpt Concealer Palette

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Price: $28.50

Where to Buy:

http://www.ybfgirlfriends.com

http://www.hsn.com

Pros: Amount of product, ability to mix for right shades, coverage, and price

Cons: may be too creamy for oily skin.

Packaging: Rectangle shaped red compact. When opened the inside reveals a nice big and wide mirror. There are 3 shades for each compact. There is a lot of product per pan. This shade is considered for med/dark skin tones. There is a light/med compact as well. You might want to check the HSN site for that option. You get .34 oz of product. Which is really good for the price.

Review: I have never used something like this before so I was a little excited. Ok! A lot excited. I really like the fact that you can customize the shades using the 3 colors that are in the pallet. I was a little nervous to use the darker color because I am clearly not that dark. I found that I could use that as a contour shade. The consistency is like butter. It blended out smoothly and did not leave any streaks on my skin. I also used it as a highlight color with the lightest color in the palette. It is a nice way of doing a highlight without using a shimmer product. I also used the lightest color for concealer underneath the eye. It brightened and did not look cakey. Because I am in between colors right now I mixed a little bit of the light and medium color to create my perfect skin tone concealer shade. I found this to be a medium to full coverage concealer. It really covers and you can layer it and not have it look like too much. It looks really natural on the skin.

Overall: I feel this is the only concealer pallet you will ever need. If you want to highlight and not use a shimmer product you can use this. If you want to contour you can use this. It is everything you could ever want and if you wanted to use this as a little light coverage foundation you can do that also. There is so much you can do with one pallet with 3 shades. I would not recommend this product for super oily skin, as it is a creamy product.

Name Melissa E.
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