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    Tuesday, June 02, 2009

    Great men's makeup stick

      Adsc08299-smHave you ever had to go to either a personal or business meeting and happened to get a zit or blemish on your face on that very day? Embarassing, isn't it? For women, it's not that much so because they have the option of using makeup to conceal or at least minimize the blemish. However, for men, no such mens cosmetics product was available in the past and they had to either face the event or skip the event itself to save themselves from the embarrassment. However, it's good to know that now a mens makeup product is available in this regard. It's called the Men Pen cosmetic concealer stick and was actually developed 4 years ago for men to hide blemishes. There are 17 different shades on offer. Men can use it to cover blemishes like acne, scars, moles, redness, rough spots, and other sorts of blemishes. This is a real boon because it can help guys improve their confidence and look better, whether it's for everyday occasions or special occasions such as prom, meetings, clubbing, etc. How's it applied? The stick should be lightly dabbed directly on the spot you would like concealed or smoothed, whether it's a zit, mole, rough pores, scar, bumps, etc. After dabbing the spot, you should smoothen the product so it blends properly with your surrounding skin.