Originally Posted by Icecaramellatte
Thanks for the info. So you feel you don't need any additional concealer? Also, do you put the fusion on top of the #5? Do you pat the fusion on top of the lighter under the eye? I feel like when I tried it I just smeared it on. Maybe I should try it again. I kind of gave up and just used an additional concealer. I did like the way it lightened the area. My circles are super dark.
I put Fusion on first (not under my eyes), and then pat the Eraser under my eyes, around my nose and around the corners of my mouth. The overall effect is 'brightening'.
You put the fusion on with quick light strokes using your fingers (a brush will eat a lot of the product... and you literally need a few drops to cover your face), then pat the Eraser wherever you need it. You may be comfortable with the 'thickness' of a heavier concealer, but the coverage ends up being the same with Maestro eraser. The proof is in pictures. The flash is automatically attracted to the lightest part of your face. I find that Eraser does wonders on clients with dark circles.
Now, if it's just not doing the trick, you might want to go for a color corrector (that's what I recommend to clients who have to 'pack' on concealer to hide really dark circles. Color correctors 'cancel' out the darkness, instead of concealing it.