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Peach or salmon toned concealers are great for under the eyes because they cancel out the purple/blue tones in dark under eye circles. You can use them alone as brightening concealers or under your normal under eye concealer! :)
My favorite Is the Bobbi Brown Corrector in Bisque. It’s super pigmented and extremely brightening. They have two corrector shades Bisque and Peach. Bisque would be best for light to medium skin tones and Peach would be best for medium to deep skin tones.
A more affordable option is Pixi Correction Concentrate in Brightening Peach. It’s very similar in color to the Bobbi Brown Corrector! You can find this at Target or online for $12.
If you are missing/missed the stream, come and read all the information here
Alright, if you want the most news about Smash 3DS from the Japanese demo, click here. There is a lot of cool things to learn about. The stream is beginning to repeat information but if I missed anything, I will tell update later
Yesterday several people were given the opportunity to play what was presumably the final Smash Bros build at an event called the Japanese demo tour! Notable among those privileged few was Zipzo, a respected member of the Smashboards community who wrote up a pretty extensive list of feedback and comments about what they noticed while playing the game.
There’s tons of content here, not that we can officially verify it, but it all seems to be checking out with other people’s takes. Character buffs, palettes, tons of info on the newbies and much more. Give it a read! :)
Really excited to play this game!
Eyeshadow Brushes: When it comes to eye brushes the amount of different bristles, shapes, sizes and densities are endless. I love using different eyeshadow brushes to create different looks and above are the most common variations on the market and the most used ones. Not all of these are essential for beginners or everyday makeup wearers, you can still create gorgeous eyeshadow looks with just a standard “C” eyeshadow brush, a precision crease brush and fluffy blending eyeshadow brush.