Get Flawless Skin In 5 Minutes: Your Guide To Applying Concealer
Puffy eyes with dark circles are always a downer for your otherwise gorgeous look. While there are a host of home remedies for dark circles, when you need a quick-fix, you need to go for makeup. Concealer is the best way to cover up those marks and pigmentation problems. And here’s a simple tutorial that will teach you the tricks to apply concealer like a pro.
Now that you’ve learned the trick to covering your dark circles, we tell you a few other areas where this product works like magic.
1. Under the eyebrows: You can use a tinge of concealer and spread it under the eyebrows to get a raised brow and open eye look. This is ideal if you’re bored of hitting the parlour to get your brows shaped.
2. Near the nostrils: If you have blackheads or are suffering from a cold, use the concealer with a bit of moisturiser to look stunning and fresh.
3. Under your lips: Create and merge a small line of concealer under your lips right above your chin to make them look fuller.
Here are a few concealers to help you get flawless, magazine-cover skin.
Dot the concealer onto the problem-prone area and to the sides of your nose, chin and blend.
Hide those dark spots, pimples and patches with the Radiance Brushon Concealer Pen from MUA. Apply this brush-on concealer to get a flawless skin. It blends gently with your skin to create a gorgeous looking face.
Take small amount on your finger tips and apply evenly on your skin in circular motion.
Dermalogica presents this Concealing Spot Treatment which helps conceal and clear breakouts. Salicylic Acid sloughs off dead skin cells that contribute to clogged follicles, helping to prevent future breakouts. It comes in a 10 ml pack.
Kent presents this 'TWMU7' concealer brush, will make your face make-up look even more sharp, neat and flawless. This concealer brush will let your concealer blend in perfectly with your face make-up. This brush is easy to handle and light in weight as well.
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