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Baking Under Eye | 31 Days Challenge


I saw people doing it months ago and found it very cool. But I never have time to try this until couple of days ago. Firstly, I wanted to talk about what product did me use and some pros and cons about baking under eye. It may sound easy but to me it is not. (at some point)

PRODUCT:
Edtue House – Surprise Essence Con in 01/02 (Left Eye)

Maybelline – Fit Me Concealer in 10 (Right Eye)
I am going do a review about this product in these couple of days.
Real Technique – Beauty Blender

PROS:
You look absolutely poreless!! I felt so amazed after seeing the result.
Not cakey at all.
Your face feels so smooth.

CONS:
Powder can fly and they are natural.

HOW DO I APPLY IT?
  1.  After applying foundation. I apply Surprise Essence Con 02(darker than 01) and 01 on my left eye and Fit Me Concealer on my right eye with my ring finger.
  2. Tap you Beauty Blender in the Prime Primer Hydrating Finish Powder
  3. Wait around 20 minutes
  4. Use a clean brush to dust away extra powder

And it is done. I love the outcome. It looks absolutely flawless. I will use this technique when I am going to some big events.
Have you try it before? Tell you how you feel about it.


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9 comments:

  1. I've always wanted to try this technique but I'm not sure if my lack of makeup skills will let me haha xx

    http://www.taintedblues.co.uk/

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    1. i suck at makeup too but i still try it. it is so fun haha

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  2. I haven't tried this yet, but I really want to! Im just terrified all I do is make a mess then look silly after lol, but you give me confidence to go for it!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  3. I need to try this on a day when I don't actually have anywhere to be so that if I mess it up, it's no big deal lol. Thanks for sharing your technique!

    --Clarissa @ The View From Here

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  4. BAKE BAKE BAKE... but not in the kitchen! LOL

    ❤︎
    Dakota D.
    http://fannypacksandvisors.com

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  5. I've seen a lot of people do this online and I was always curious about what the benefits of it are! I don't have a good powder yet but I'll give baking a try when I do. Great post! x

    www.beautyfromkatie.blogspot.com

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  6. This looks lovely! I have never tried this x
    www.blossomofhope.blogspot.com

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  7. I love the baking technique! It looks good when done well.... wish we could of saw how it came out :(

    XoSE
    http://www.sashaelizabeth.com

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