Well-Rested is like a powder version of what Stroke of Light Eye Brightener is. Stroke of Light comes in different colors which is nice because you choose the best color for your skin tone family. Well-rested on the other hand I noticed that it's just one shade. That leads me to believe this is for maybe Fair to Fairly Light skin tones. I have a Golden Dark skin tone so I doubt Well-Rested would work for me the way Stroke of Light does. If you do decide to use Well-Rested, try the Light Stroke Brush, Maximum Coverage Concealer Brush or probably even the Maximum Coverage Face Brush (it's a bigger brush and it's used for dark circles, the inner eye area and other spots that you need quick coverage applied to. I also read a review where it helped a woman's redness all day long). Here is a link for a Well-Rested and Blending Brush set. It's a fair price and would be good to go with this link first if it's your first time. That way you're trying out the product AND the brush for one price versus Well-Rested for one price and a brush that's just as expensive. Good luck to you!
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I use a BE Soft Focus eye shadow brush to apply it to my eyelid (I use BM Firming Eye Treatment above and below my eyes first, then BM Prime Time Eyelid Primer, then Well-Rested for Eyes). The brush that comes with several Well-Rested kits is also a good little brush.
If I only need a little coverage below my eyes I continue with the Soft Focus shadow brush, but if I have darker circles, I switch to the Maximum Coverage Concealer Brush.
I also use Well-Rested on small blemish areas that are healed, but still slighted discolored. Here, I use the Maximum Coverage Concealer Brush.
However, if any lady at my house has a large or new blemish coming on that needs attention, we run for the "heal and conceal heavy hitters": Rare Mineral Blemish Therapy and Bare Minerals Bisque!
I make sure my daughters and I are always well-stocked with all the products I mentioned in this message, plus clean BE brushes (which I think work the best with their products).
I hope this helps out!
answered 1 year, 7 months ago