It doesn’t matter if you want a bag of treats or to scare someone with a sneaky trick, because there is always time for an eye rolling, can’t believe someone said that joke.
Q. Why did the game warden arrest the ghost? A. He didn’t have a haunting license.
Q. Why didn’t the skeleton dance at the party? A. He had no body to dance with.
Q. Where does Count Dracula usually eat his lunch? A. At the casketeria.
Q. Who was the most famous ghost detective? A. Sherlock Moans.
Q. What do you call two witches living together? A. Broommates.
I’m always on the lookout for the latest greatest thing in makeup. I came across Christian Dior’s Fix It 2-in-1 Prime & Color Correct sticks a while back, but had a primer color combo I wanted to finish.
I now have the Dior green primer concealer, a necessary color to neutralize the bit of red on my chin and forehead. A week into using this product, I’m impressed. It’s smooth, goes on easily, and doesn’t cake. It blends easily with the Dior Fluid Foundation Brush, number 11.
What color will work best for you? Here is some info on all the combo options:
• Blue: This lilac-blue evens out yellow toned skin for an enhanced glow. Dabbed on the light catching areas, the forehead and the tips of the cheeks, it gives an instantly fresh and rested look.
• Apricot: perfect for deep or tanned olive complexions designed to tone down dark spots, hyper-pigmentation and dark circles.
• Yellow: corrects dark spots and under-eye circles for lighter skin tones and neutralizes lips that have a blue hue, bringing out the true color of your lipstick.
• Green: the anti-redness ally that tones down flushed areas of the complexion.