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And you thought I was done with this product? I’m kind of obsessed with Emerge and the other pure cream pigments from Illamasqua. They have so many different uses that I am still discovering. A few of the other cream pigments from the Toxic Nature collection also serve as colour correctors (Bedaub, Dab). When I own those, I’ll do a combined post similar to this one. And now onto the many uses for Emerge cream pigment. Stay tuned for an FOTD this week, which highlights some of the uses below.
♠ Under eye circles with blue-ish cast (use concealer on top of this)
♠ Eye shadow base
♠ Eye shadow (non oily lids)
♠ Brow bone highlighter
♠ Waterline eyeliner to brighten instead of using white eyeliner (especially medium to dark skin tones)
♠ Inner eye highlight
♠ Blush or highlighter, depending on skin tone. lighter skin tones can use for a subtle flush of colour. Darker skin tones can use as a cheek highlight
♠ As a cheek base to make your blush show up more, especially if you suffer from hyperpigmentation on the cheeks that tends to make your blush look muddy or ineffective
♠ For those with two-tone lips, even out so that lip colour appears more consistent on both lips.
♠ As a concealer base for discoloration around the mouth (dark skin)
♠ Use underneath OCC lip tars to prevent staining.
♠ Use as a peachy lip colour
If you own this product, let me know how you get on with it.