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  • CherLove
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    Sob...I wanted to get the eye brightener initially but guess all is too late.Thanks for the helpful advice Flecks!

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  • fleckenschnitte
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    I can use the on dark eye circles if I apply a thicker eyecream underneath. then I dot the concealer under my eyes and blend well with my fingers. It works, but the eye brightener is better

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  • CherLove
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    Thanks Flecks!Opps..I am so sad now because I actually bought 2 concealers with the intention to conceal my dark eyerings..

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  • fleckenschnitte
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    Honestly I think it's not really made for undereye circles. It's such a thick paste it seems more suitable for spot coverage. I use their Eye brightener for undereye circles and it's perfect for that purpose

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  • CherLove
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    Anyone who bought the concealer can teach me the correct way to apply it on my undereye circles?I always end up having patches and my panda eyes still show!
    anyone please??THANK YOU!!

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  • SSShortcake
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    this is too late, but I just got my first Inoui ID palette, and have to rave that it's one of the best, if not the best palette I ever have. The powder is extremely smooth and silky, goes on nicely. The colors are not as pigmented, but it could be because of my brush and the colors I've chosen. Really nice. Would try the other palettes if I ever do have the chance, too bad it's no longer available. =(

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  • haru
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    The brands I use are not sold in Singapore, like Nars and Becca but MAC and Stila should have fairly good ones.

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  • CherLove
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    Hmmm,what other brands do you recommend Haru?Sigh..I heard so much abt the INoui ID concealers..sigh

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  • haru
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    Only until end of March when the remaining 2 counters in Osaka and Hokkaido close. Already several items have sold out and will not be replenished. Actually why not explore concealers from other brands that are easier to obtain? Inoui ID is not the only good brand around.
    Last edited by haru; 09-03-2007, 09:09 AM.

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  • CherLove
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    Haru,is the delivery service until when all counters in Japan has pulled out?Or there will still be sale of the items through delivery?Thanks dear!

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  • haru
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    I just placed an order for 2 other cotters and the delivery fee was 945yen. It's a flat rate regardless of the number of items.

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  • CherLove
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    Haru, is the delivery fee a one-time charge no matter how many items we order?Maybe we gals here can consolidate our orders and split the 800yen fee?Is it possible?I am so lemming for the concealer...

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  • CherLove
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    Thanks Haru for always been the lovely and helpful cotter to update and inform everyone..Thank you gal

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  • haru
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    3780yen, comes in 3 shades and yes, Inoui ID is sold only in Japan.
    http://www.inouiid.com/product/base_...ler/index.html

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  • CherLove
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    JUst wondering how much does the Inoui concealer cost?Does it only come in 1 shade?Is this only available in Japan...Sigh

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