Q: Hi! I've been looking at different concealers, and I noticed that most of them, including yours, contain some titanium dioxide, which I'm assuming is the lightening agent in there. Do you know if this titanium dioxide is harmful? I know when it's in white paint you're not supposed to get it on your skin.
A: Hello Dorliza,
We use that ingredient for opaqueness and as a cosmetic colorant, so that the product offers coverage. We do not use the nano type of titanium dioxide. Thank You!
Q: I am new to cosmetics but I am very happy with my first trial of your products =] !
Now I wish to get some concealers but....may I know if I should put on the base or the concealer first?
A: Hi Marie,
Generally, the foundation is applied first, followed by a concealer and then powder. There are no hard and fast rules but to blend, blend and blend is the mantra. In case of light concealer coverage, foundation should be put on later as it covers the concealer usage to a certain extent, but when a heavy routine is required it is best to smear it after the foundation. Thank You!
I have rosacea and a bit of skin tone discoloring. It does seem the creme foundation is the closest match. I don't want to get a too-light look under the eyes, however; would the Vanilla conceal stick be appropriate for me?
PS: I have tried other brands re concealer, and even when for 'light' skins, they are either too rosy-toned, or too yellow...
A: Hi JD,
Yes, you can try the Vanilla creme conceal stick - it is for fair to light skin with neutral undertones. Thank You!
Q: Hello! I'm currently using Maybelline's Cover Stick concealer but I wanna switch over to EM. Do you know which shade of concealer (and maybe base) would be the best match for their Deep Beige? Thanks!
A: Hi Kathy,
We can gladly assist you with your base shade selection, simply email us at email@example.com. Thank You!
Q: My favorite base color was Soft Butter Peach (I know an oldie) what color should I buy of the Jojoba? Please recommend a Jojoba base color; you do not seem to sell the colors Sesame Jojoba or Nude Jojoba which you recommended via my earlier question.