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Someone on these boards mentioned the Kaja Don't Settle Concealer...sorry I don't remember who it was.     I have used so many concealers, both high end and drug store brands.  But I decided to give it a try.The  Kaja Don't Settle Concealer is, by far, the best concealer I have ever used.  

 

This is from the Sephora website:

 

"Finish:
✔ Natural

What it is: A buildable, light-to-medium coverage, creaseless concealer that has a light-as-air feel.

What it does:
This light-to-medium coverage, liquid formula melts into skin, filtering out the look of blemishes, dark circles, and more—without caking or creasing—for a natural-looking finish. Light-fix technology provides maximum coverage with an ultra-lightweight feel. Kaja is cruelty-free. This product is vegan."

 

It definitely does not settle into fine lines and wrinkles, does not cake or crease.  It lasts all day.   A very small amount goes a very long way.  

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@Boehm Collector  wonder if it REALLY covers stubborn brown spots completely?

 

I have found nothing that helps cover one brown spot on my left cheek other than Bare Minerals bisque powder. I have a drawerful  of creamy concealers that do not work.

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@SeaMaiden wrote:

@Boehm Collector  wonder if it REALLY covers stubborn brown spots completely?

 

I have found nothing that helps cover one brown spot on my left cheek other than Bare Minerals bisque powder. I have a drawerful  of creamy concealers that do not work.


Amazon sells it too. It's advertised as light to medium coverage, so I kind of doubt it.


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@SeaMaiden wrote:

@Boehm Collector  wonder if it REALLY covers stubborn brown spots completely?

 

I have found nothing that helps cover one brown spot on my left cheek other than Bare Minerals bisque powder. I have a drawerful  of creamy concealers that do not work.


@SeaMaiden ... I don't know as I don't have any stubborn brown spots.  But I do have dark undereye circles.  

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If it does not settle in fine lines, count me in !!!

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Better prices on ebay, but need help with shade selection please!! I am usually a light ot med or med. 

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@Shelbelle wrote:

Better prices on ebay, but need help with shade selection please!! I am usually a light ot med or med. 


@Shelbelle      I tried a couple shades before I found the right one.   Will get back to you as soon as I can.  I have to look in my Sephora website to check what i got,   

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@Shelbelle wrote:

Better prices on ebay, but need help with shade selection please!! I am usually a light ot med or med. 


@Shelbelle   I am normally a light/medium or medium. The first time I purchased 03 Mooncake and 04 Waffles.  I found them to be too light so I returned them. Then I purchased the 06 Boba Tea which turned out to be perfect.  

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@Boehm Collector wrote:

@Shelbelle wrote:

Better prices on ebay, but need help with shade selection please!! I am usually a light ot med or med. 


@Shelbelle   I am normally a light/medium or medium. The first time I purchased 03 Mooncake and 04 Waffles.  I found them to be too light so I returned them. Then I purchased the 06 Boba Tea which turned out to be perfect.  


@Shelbelle ..Sephora offers free shipping both ways so I didn't mind ordering a couple in order to find the right shade. 

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It was me @Boehm Collector.  I bought it several months ago from Amazon.  I have the color Sweet Milk (I think that's the name...maybe Sweet Rice???).  And yes, it is without a doubt one of the best concealers I've used.  It's thin, a little goes a LONG way.  It "stretches" and does not settle.  I'm so glad it's working for you!  

I don't think it would be a good one for someone with dark circles to cover.