These photos are pretty unforgiving but I wanted to be completely honest. Here is me with no makeup in the artificial light of the bathroom.
I started with the concealer and added it under my eyes. Then, I used the loose mineral foundation all over my face. I highlighted with their bronzer and added some brightener around my eyes. I tried concealing the freckles on my forehead but all that happened was that the product sunk down into my wrinkles and made them more prominent. I also used their mascara and lash extending fibers. I was so surprised when I opened the lash extending fibers. They are literally little fibers! It looked like a brush filled with lint!
Here I am with the Sheer Cover products on:
I think the dark circles under my eyes definitely look better. I did NOT like how the product emphasized my forehead wrinkles. The foundation definitely dialed down the redness in my face which was nice. My lashes also look nice although the product irritated my eyes a little bit.
Here is the final result with my Laura Mercier creme eyeshadow and Yves Saint Laurent lip stain:
As I said before, I like to keep it simple. I prefer a natural look rather than an overly made-up look and stick to classics rather than trends. I loved the concealer and definitely think the lash extenders worked but I was not a fan of the foundation. It felt too heavy for me and settled into my wrinkles. Plus, I didn't think it was that great in terms of coverage.
I will experiment more with these products. I'll probably continue to use some but not others.
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(The Sheer Cover products in this review were provided by Modern Mom)