A multipurpose concealer pencil that covers imperfections, highlights, and defines lips.
What it does:
This creamy, double-ended pencil is easy to use and it’s perfect for your complexion needs. Its thin pencil tip offers precise application with medium coverage in two nude shades which can be used to brighten and conceal dark spots, blemishes, and redness. Use either shade to add definition for the illusion of fuller-looking lips while simultaneously keeping lipstick from smudging and feathering. Highlight small areas on the face, including your cupid's bow and browbone. As the makeup artist’s go-to pencil, this all-in-one tool is the ultimate makeup bag must-have.
-Use the pencil directly on your skin and blend using your fingers or a small, firm brush such as Artisan Brush #174. (It’s best for light skintones).
Line and Define Lips:
-Apply directly outside the natural lip line to add dimension for the appearance of fuller lips. (It’s best for light to medium skintones).
-Enhance your features by using as a highlighter for small areas such as the bridge of the nose, inner corners of your eyes, cupid’s bow, and browbone. (It’s best for most skintones).
Enlarge and Brighten:
-To instantly enlarge, brighten, and reduce the appearance of redness in your eyes, apply along the waterline. (It’s best for most skintones).
For more than 25 years, MAKE UP FOR EVER has been the go-to color brand for beauty professionals and make up enthusiasts around the world. Created by renowned Parisian makeup artist Dany Sanz, who was originally a painter and sculptor, MAKE UP FOR EVER is at the forefront of high-performance, innovative makeup with vibrant shades and truly long-lasting formulas. Sanz sought to develop an all-encompassing make up line for fashion and show-business professionals that contained every kind of product, texture and color needed to achieve any effect a makeup artist could desire.
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