Say Goodbye to Dark Circles and Embrace the Power of Pink

  1. Kim says:

    Does it settle in the fine lines under your eyes? Every powder I have tried seems to accentuate those fine lines, especially when I smile.

    • Jennifer says:

      If settling of powder seems to be an issue, try to switch up your method of application. Try wetting the egg sponge like I mentioned above (just damp though) then press and roll the loose powder onto the area you’re trying to brighten. Then once it dries down, use a fluffy eyeshadow brush (clean!) to buff away any extra sitting on top of the skin. Also, finely milled loose is usually best and to make sure those under eye beds are moisturized and not dry. Hope these tips help!

  2. Sylvia Espinoza says:

    Thanks, Jennifer! Will try adding the power of pink to my regime. Lately began noticing I can look too bland. Am a seasoned woman, want to look fresh and vibrant, but not overdone! Appreciate you! Hugs~

    • Jennifer says:

      I appreciate you taking time to comment Sylvia! Yes, even these little subtle changes in adding new pigments into your makeup routine can make a big difference. The pink setting powder will certainly help brighten up your skin tone in a fresh new way. Don’t ever be afraid of the power of a great blush too to keep from looking washed out!

  3. Carolina Girl says:

    Revolutionary! I’ve not heard of this. Thank you for sharing; I’m gonna try it! Very insightful post!

    • Jennifer says:

      Carolina Girl I’m glad I could introduce you to a new type of makeup technique & product! Enjoy giving pink a chance!

  4. Nancy says:

    Will be trying the pink powder! Looks great. I hope mine looks as seamless as yours on!
    Got he sponges too; one must have all the equipment! Lol! Love your posts! Love and wear make-up everyday.

    • Jennifer Duvall says:

      the right equipment and tools are absolutely keys to makeup success – Glad you picked up the pink sponges and enjoy your new pink powder! makeup is fun 🙂

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