I recently found a great under eye product combination. Japonesque’s Fluff Concealer Brush is as gentle as a brush can be. It has a beautifully rounded, flexible end that perfectly blends liquids concealers or foundations onto smaller areas such as side of nose or under eye.
Use this expertly rounded, ultra-soft brush to roll and blend soft layers of concealer with airbrushed ease. The fibres glide and bend on contours leaving an effortless finish – I like to be very gentle with my under eye area so the less dragging the better.
The concealer that I’ve been really liking to use with this brush is Perricone MD’s No Concealer Concealer. Brilliant name. It’s basically a subtle concealer. Within the range there is ‘No Foundation Foundation’ ‘No Blusher Blusher’ etc etc. Very clever. Subtle products for people who would rather not wear obvious or apparent make-up.
The concealer is mineral based and has a non-chemical broad spectrum SPF 35 – with Neuropeptides and Vitamin C – so it’s good for the skin whilst concealing discolouration, dark circles and imperfections. It’s also great for priming the eyelid for eyeshadow, it stops eyeshadow creasing and moving. The only thing I would point out is that it comes in one ‘universal shade’ that blends to be suitable for ‘most skin tones’. Have a look and see if you feel it could be right for you before you order.
I have also been using it with my old favourite liquid blusher – Daniel’s Sandler’s Watercolour Blusher in ‘Cherub’ – so it really has become my new brush friend in my handbag. It distributes liquid so lightly due to the bristle construction so you are always left wth a subtle and even finish.
I found Japonesque via QVC originally but the brush is currently not available there so I found it HERE – £14.00 with free delivery
Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush in Cherub is £14.50 HERE
Perricone MD No Concealer Concealer is £35.00 HERE