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Questions and Answers
Anti-Cernes is what I was looking for in a concealer! It is soft, but covers, runs smooth and keeps the eye area moist and beautiful all the time. I love that it is very natural looking and makes my eyes look younger. Touch EClat which I also bought is like more for a finished touch after the basic Anti-Cernes concealer. Touch Eclat is more drama and light in the right spots for a younger looking finish full of light, but not too sure how will it work without the eye preparation I get with Anti-Cernes.
My advise is you get both of them, they are fabulous but for different uses and effects.
Hope this helps.
Aixa M Belville Apr 29, 2012
JoAnn Jul 26, 2012
I would say Pink Beige, but it is best to go to a reputable store and allow the Sales Person at the make up counter in which this item is sold to assist you in actually trying out the various shades that may compliment your skin tone. They can help you select the best shade because they are experts who see a multitude of skin tones and will know which one looks best on you in a matter of seconds. They will also know which one covers what you wish to cover and will help you to make the best choice by actually looking at your skin with the various shades on. After this first step you will know which one to order on line in the future, and will be able to do so with certainty that the particular shade is the best one for your skin tone. Feb 14, 2013
I used that for a long time but a "little too light" for me as I would say my skin tone falls more in the light to med. light range. #2 was too dark and did nothing for me .. I use #3 which is actually lighter than #2 with a pink/beige undertone. Mar 1, 2012
Tracy Jan 12, 2013
I'm about to purchase the Anti-Cernes, particularly to lighten under my eyes. The matching color to my skin is nude-beige; my question is, should I use ivory-beige in order to get a lighter under-eye?
Susan Sep 11, 2012