Not that I have anything to hide, but...
One of the questions I get asked most frequently is, "Can you recommend a good concealer?" Finding a good concealer borders on the impossible—it's either too cakey, or too thin, too goopy, or too dry. Many beauty editors rave about Laura Mercier Secret Concealer (for undereyes) and Secret Camouflage (for blemishes), but something about their consistencies doesn't do it for me: I find Secret Concealer too hard to blend, and Secret Camouflage too heavy. I often use my Bare Escentuals foundation to hide pigmentation and blemishes by dipping a concealer brush in it, but now that I'm doing the occasional TV segment (wow, that doesn't sound pretentious or anything), I need something more effective at hiding redness and dark circles.
Enter YSL Touche Eclat. If you're a beauty junkie, it won't surprise you that I've turned to Touche Eclat. In fact, you'll probably wonder, "Why the hell didn't you try it earlier?" It's a mystery to me, too, but for some reason I stubbornly resisted. You know how Tom Cruise keeps inexplicably laughing in the face of common sense and good taste, despite all evidence pointing to his carefully crafted public persona shattering to pieces and undoing years of hard work? It's kind of like that. I just thought, "It can't be that good." Oh, how young and foolish I was back then.
Once I finally caved and tried Touche Eclat, I realized what all the fuss was about: it's super light, blends like a dream, can be layered for a lot or a little coverage, and hides even the most stubborn redness. Plus, it has just the faintest hint of something (magic? stardust?) that gives you that perfect, "I'm not wearing any makeup and yes I really do just look this good naturally" radiance.