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Tintalize Foot Concealer

Would You Wear Foot Concealer?

There's a great Mr. T Experience love song called "We Hate All the Same Things," and in my case, it's so true. Mr. Bella and I have bonded over, among other things, our deep dislike of feet. (Some people have fetishes; we have podiatry nightmares.) So keep that in mind as I reveal my confusion over Tintalize, a new concealer . . . for your feet. Egads!

Developed to hide scars, blisters, and any other foot faux pas, the gel-based concealer is waterproof and sweat-proof. It comes in seven shades to match light to dark skin tones, and although it's highly pigmented and blends well, I can't imagine needing this unless you were seriously self-conscious about your feet. Which I'm not, because, well, I avoid looking at feet at all costs. So tell me: Would you wear foot concealer?

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kelley-e kelley-e 6 years
honestly, i've never really given a thought to how my feet look... i don't really care about scars or marks on feet.
clew001 clew001 6 years
i hate my feet, but i do not have the time to put makeup on my feet.
bornthisway bornthisway 6 years
i used to love my feet, but recently i started this tennis program where i play 2 hours a day, 5 days a week.i get blisters after i play every day in the same spots on both feet: outside my pinky toes and outside my big toes.and because i don't get much of a break in between classes, blister build up on top of each other and become disgusting colors, are just awful.my tennis instructor said that her toes are all callused up and gross.by the end of the summer mine will probably be too.but i've been too self-conscious to wear flip flops because of my toes, so hopefully this will help.
bornthisway bornthisway 6 years
i used to love my feet, but recently i started this tennis program where i play 2 hours a day, 5 days a week. i get blisters after i play every day in the same spots on both feet: outside my pinky toes and outside my big toes. and because i don't get much of a break in between classes, blister build up on top of each other and become disgusting colors, are just awful. my tennis instructor said that her toes are all callused up and gross. by the end of the summer mine will probably be too. but i've been too self-conscious to wear flip flops because of my toes, so hopefully this will help.
SalescoopCat SalescoopCat 6 years
I don't think I would ever even have the time to put foot concealer on! I hardly have time to get my face makeup perfected before leaving the house-- covering up blemishes on my feet seem above and beyond. I guess the only time I would use it would be if it was a really special occasion and I didn't feel comfortable in my shoes.
Talldiva45 Talldiva45 6 years
I wouldn't personally. But I understand one who may have heavy skin discoloration from a skin condition and such that may want to use a product like this.
colormesticky colormesticky 6 years
I'd only worrying about covering tattoos, and only if I were in a really formal setting and didn't have the shoes to do it.
kiwichibi kiwichibi 6 years
I would just use regular concealer ^^. But i hate having extra stuff on (even lotion when my skin's dry) so probably wouldn't do that either.
Beauty Beauty 6 years
Yeah, I could see it if you were self-conscious about a scar or birthmark, or if you were going to be on TV (one of the co-creators is a makeup artist, so she can probably use it). I just have never looked at my feet and thought that they needed to look perfect.
brandysbug brandysbug 6 years
Of all the things to worry about....feet? Really?
sourcherry sourcherry 6 years
I would if my feet were in really bad state and I had to go somewhere wearing nice shoes/sandals... But I usually don't have a problem with my feet, so it would be rare...
La-Tua-Cantante La-Tua-Cantante 6 years
I just don't think we need to cover EVERY single "imperfection". Scars and scrapes are a normal thing for everbody. But I guess if you had somewhere fancy to be wearing nice sandals or something.
infraredflower infraredflower 6 years
I can't imagine anyone needing to wear this every day, but I could see it if you had a big scar/bruise/something on your foot and you were about to have a special day at the beach? Might not hurt to have it around for emergency situations. Wait, what makes this different from regular concealer?
infraredflower infraredflower 6 years
I can't imagine anyone needing to wear this every day, but I could see it if you had a big scar/bruise/something on your foot and you were about to have a special day at the beach? Might not hurt to have it around for emergency situations. Wait, what makes this different from regular concealer?
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