Random Product Endorsement: Miracle Skin Transformer

Ok, I realize it’s kind of random that I’m recommending makeup, but, you know, it wouldn’t be the first time. It’s just that: how often does something that claims to be a “miracle skin transformer” actual produce miraculous skin transformations? (Well, at least until you wash it off.)

I got some of this as a sample, obligingly smooshed it on, and then looked at myself in the mirror, shocked. When the hell did I start looking so good? I looked awesome! At which point I went and ordered up a full-size tube.

And now, whenever I’m going to be leaving the house and interacting with actual humans, I slap on some of this stuff, some Benefit Boi-ing under my obnoxiously dark under-eye circles, and I’m good to go. Every time I put on Miracle Skin Transformer, I pause for a moment when it’s on only half my face, and marvel at how the bare side looks like the face of a tired old haggard mom lady, and the miraculously transformed side looks like the face of a well-rested mom chick with excellently smooth and even skin.

It’s also some kind of primer, so your skin is all soft and luxurious.

I will say that I use the color “medium” in this. I am Mrs. Pasty Paleface, so I don’t know what kind of vampires are using the colors lighter than medium. I’ve never used anything approaching medium in anything else. I usually just grab whatever is called, like, “Glowing Aspirin Face” or “Snow-Covered Ground.”

Comments (6)

  1. Corinne February 14, 2012 at 1:15 am

    Hurrah! This is just what I am looking for. I even ventured into my local sephora looking for something like this, something without all the “evil” ingredients, but was so assaulted by the smells and walls of products that I left. Now I know what to look for!
    I, too can be all “well-rested mum chick”. They better have it here!
    Thanks fellow tired white mum!

  2. Julie February 14, 2012 at 6:44 am

    Glad to help! You will love being all even-toned and not-tired-looking!

  3. Lisa van O February 14, 2012 at 12:06 pm

    Where does one find this miracle?

  4. Julie February 14, 2012 at 1:19 pm

    I got it at Sephora, and I think you can also get it at beauty.com. If you get it from either place online, make sure you go through ebates.com so you can get money back.

  5. Nancy Fairweather February 15, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    lol at your descriptions, we are obviously twins. I don’t use ‘stuff’ on my face and hair. As my marvelously fit and good looking 73 yr old mom is finding out, if you look good, people expect more of you.
    Nah, that aint for me. 😀

  6. LoriO February 17, 2012 at 8:20 pm

    I’m trying this. I have something similar, called BB Magic Cream, and it’s tag line is “Goodbye Trouble” which I really like. (It’s Korean, so I can’t read anything else on the package.) But if this moisturizes too, maybe it will be a replacement.

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