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______________Many years back, Dermablend was my "Go-To" (old friend) foundation with every escape beginning there. It came with its own mini-trowel (shown) and yes, I troweled it on like putting stucco over an old building.
This is such a non-lady like discussion, but I had a very dark, heavy beard. It was Homer Simpson dark and even after shaving it was ever present. One of the makeup artists that taught me early on, suggested this miracle cream. It was designed and marketed to professional makeup artists who needed a foundation to cover scars, beauty marks and even tattoos. This was industrial strength makeup.
My beard finally turned mostly white along with the hair on my head and I did do a few laser treatments while I still had some dark beard hairs. Most important - after many years I finally outgrew the need for such heavy coverage. The natural stuff I use today is so much better as I also discussed yesterday.
Sometimes trying to hard to hide a flaw only accentuates it.
It is nice to remember an old friend that helped me to arrive at today's confident level.
Anyone else out there remember troweling Dermablend?
Update: Dermablend is now owned by L’Oréal, the transgender supportive cosmetic company I wrote about yesterday. Also I fund a L’Oréal site that highlights Dermablend's amazing coverage ability.