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Conceal It!

I'm excited! First time in a long time I'm glad I bought a concealer! 
Believe that I've tried MAC, Estee Lauder, Lancome, Fashion Fair, Covergirl, NYX, Milani, even Ruby Kisses, ohhhh boy I've run the gamut! 
So on my recent travels I sought out the perfect concealer for me. My skin is sensitive,  hyperpigmented, and oily.  I bought three, L'oreal True Match Crayon, which my YouTube Vlogger itsjudytime tried, a wet n wild one and a Black Radiance concealer! 
Well let me tell ya, I want a vat of this product. It is THE bomb! Light to full coverage, and it has a light fragrance that's not at all overpowering. See swatches below.
If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook you'll see what it looks like with and without flash. And while I agree with Lucinda about Deep not being deep for women of colour at alll, this medium deep has a nice orangey peachy undertone to cover my dark spots and give my under eye area a beautiful glow. 
When I pair it with my Ben Nye Banana Powder, it's pure glamour and divaliciousness all day erryday. Soooo if you can get your hands on it try it out. I'd love to hear what you think!
P.s: team_imports@hotmail.com can give you a FREE quotation for any product you can't source locally, just send them your links.
Xoxo, Heidi.

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