Update-I used a better brush today, and the results are amazing! The lines are blurred and not cakey at all. I’ve had this on since 7 am, it’s now noon, and my under eye area looks great! Never under estimate the power of a good brush!
Whose says $3.00 won’t get you anything these days? I just bought this powder yesterday at http://www.target.com/p/e-l-f-high-definition-undereye-setting-powder/-/A-14795896#prodSlot=medium_1_4&term=elf+under+eye+powder, and it’s awesome. It works great to set your concealer. I just started using Becca Under Eye Brightening Corrector along with Bye Bye Under Eye Anti-aging concealer by IT, (which I purchased from http://www.ulta.com) and this e.l.f. setting powder is a nice finishing touch. It’s a finely milled whitish powder that blends well. I have some serious under eye line action going on, and this helps to blur everything out. While you can still see my lines, my dark circles are gone, and I can live with that!
The brush that comes with it is a joke, but for $3 bucks, who cares! Just use a small fluffy brush to apply. Now it doesn’t completely hide my lines, I have too many! Plus I wear glasses so that helps to hide them as well. Now if I could just blur out all the other wrinkles on my face, oh wait, I really don’t have too many. That my friends is from using a daily sunscreen for the last 30 years. Sure, you can get procedures done to help look younger, but I would rather have more money in my pocket.