Your beauty is intimidating
Enter Tarte’s Shape Tape Concealer (I used light-medium honey in the photos, but light-medium would also work.) I’m not the most practiced at applying makeup.
And stuff like contouring is something I’m going to need WAY more time to get right.
This left me with some scarring on the temples of my head.
While they have faded a little with time, I don’t think they’ll ever 100% go away.
One of the most obvious facts about me is that I love lipstick (hello, I wear it every day). And it comes with the tiniest, most adorable pink spatula to fetch the product with; the lip mask is quite solid, so you'd actually have to scrape at it, and who knows what's living underneath your nails.
💀Since it's quite thick (and you know, it has "sleeping" in its name), you should def use it at night.
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One thing I appreciate is that it feels light, since I make it a point to only buy super-lightweight makeup.
When I put on a few dots, it seemed almost too heavy initially, but then it blended out beautifully.
This may come as a surprise to a lot of women, but guys are much more perceptive when it comes to visual cues than we're given credit for.