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The Best Non-Oxidizing Liquid Concealers For Mature Skin

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Touche Eclat High Cover Radiant Concealer by YSL Beauty
YSL Beauty

Touche Eclat High Cover Radiant Concealer

$38
4.5 (623)
brighteningnot creasingbuildabledoesn't oxidize
Power Fabric Concealer by Giorgio Armani Beauty
Giorgio Armani Beauty

Power Fabric Concealer

$34
4.5 (702)
lightweightbuildablesmoothcolor correcting
Continuous Coverage Foundation And Concealer by Clinique
Clinique

Continuous Coverage Foundation And Concealer

4.6 (931)
longlastingsmoothgood for under eyepore minimizing
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Tara Mastromihalis
Oily Skin IconOily Skin

Currently searching for products to use on my birthday and I need advice on primers, longwearing foundations, concealers and powders with no flashback. So far I’m interested in trying Charlotte Tilbury’s most recent foundation and the pressed powder. Any luxury recommendations that are worth the splurge and hold up on combo/oily skin? I struggle with a lot of shine mainly between my brows and around my nose :)

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Heather Beaird
Combination Skin IconCombination Skin

I just purchased Charlotte Tilbury the airbrush line! I’m in love! I have the same issues as you with oil etc! You will not be disappointed

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Allie Sutton
Sensitive Skin IconSensitive Skin

Any recommendations for foundation for dry skin that covers blemishes, is breathable, and looks natural -non caked, non separating, works well with concealers.....and what primers and concealers do you use with them? #pleasehelp

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Victoria Alfaro
Sensitive Skin IconSensitive Skin

I like this one it’s not full Coverage but gets the job done; covers my blemishes, has SPF, works well with my makeup revolution concealer! Only thing is I have to set this with some setting powder! I use coty airspun powder looks beautiful together!

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Autumn Harris
Sensitive Skin IconSensitive Skin

Need liquid foundation and concealers recommendations for bridal/wedding party makeup. I’ve been recommended so many different things i want to see if I get a consistent answer on here 🤔

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Heather Hall
Combination Skin IconCombination Skin

Now here is the IL makiage, it’s literally seamless. I don’t even know how to explain it. It’s magic. It’s smooth, it’s just a beautiful finish. It blends with powders beautifully, not cakey, covers everything beautifully, and you can literally customize the finish you want on the website. You can even try it for 14 days for only 5 dollars and return it if you hate it before you pay full price. It’s it’s own league

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Heather Hall
Combination Skin IconCombination Skin

@Autumn Harris Facetape definitely. That’s going to give you the longest coverage with the least amount of creasing - and if I can aaaaslo recommend something I’ve recently discovered that’s a game changer in setting powders (not baking powder) — covergirl’s advanced radiance compact powder. Again, a magic product that will set makeup flawlessly. It’ll lock everything in place, not make anything cake, no flashback in pictures, and help it last. Not to mention it doesn’t oxidize at all with that hideous orange color! Right after you conceal the undereye I also like to take a fluffy brush and like to immediately take that powder under the eye to prevent creasing. Smooth under eyes all day long

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Autumn Harris
Sensitive Skin IconSensitive Skin

@Heather Hall thank you, this is extremely helpful! Someone recommended face tape for my clients with weddings, do you know much about that? With all the shades it’s just hard to pick which ones so I’m able to mix and make a tone I’d need