A concealer is a multi-tasking makeup product, capable of subtly changing almost any makeup imperfection
More than concealing dark circles, it is a multi-tasking makeup; capable of subtly changing almost any makeup imperfection.
Concealer first, then foundation
Always apply concealer before foundation. It helps to hide blemishes or dark circles or acne before applying the foundation for a perfect look.
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Always choose a lighter shade
Whenever you are buying a concealer, choose a shade lighter than your foundation. Especially if you’re applying concealer to dark or red areas, using one shade lighter than the rest of your makeup will help to even out those tones.
However, be wary not to go too much lighter or darker with the product, though, as it can be a dead giveaway that you’re wearing too much makeup.
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Don’t forget your primer
Your eye shadows can only stay in place only if you use a primer especially if you’re planning a long night. Primers help to make your shadow colors more vivid because it neutralizes your eyelid color first.
Always use a sponge
Finish with loose powder
Complete your look especially under your eyes, loose powder over top of concealer helps to set it in place and goes one step further to even out skin tone. Simply use a translucent powder with a large, fluffy brush to sweep powder over the concealer.
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Use concealers to clean up makeup mistakes
Clean up stray mascara (or other makeup) by dipping a cotton swab in a bit of concealer you’re cleaning up the area and covering it up at the same time.