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4 Tips You Must Remember While Using Concealer to Hide Blemishes

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Worried about your skin not labeled as ‘perfect’? Blemishes, pimples, acnes and dark spots are little red devils with horns that sit strong laughing away at the flaws they create on our skin. These unwanted natural breakouts on the skin not only lower confidence but also get in the way of beauty. Thanks to the evolvement of makeup, you can now deal with all sorts of blemishes in one go using few amazing concealer techniques. Concealer is one miraculous beauty product, which if applied well, can lend to perfect and beauteous skin you’ve always craved for.

Here are few life-changing ways to conceal crow’s feet, blemishes and more.

Use Concealer after Using Foundation

If you are a foundation user, make sure you apply it first before coating your face with concealer. If you use the foundation first, you wouldn’t have to use much of the concealer. But if you do the other way round, you will end up taking off most of the concealer while coating it with foundation.

AnneMarie Borlind’s Cover-Up Stick works like a magicwand and makes acne, blackheads and blemishes disappear in no time. Stick concealers are available in different shades. Choose the one that go well with your skin complexion.

There are plenty of excellent concealer products available off-the-shelf. For small blemishes and dark circles, use pencil concealers from acclaimed brands like Beauty Without Cruelty. They ensure precise application and give you flawless look.

Do Not Miss the Perfect Concealer Application Thumb Rule

Well, the mantra lies in drawing a triangle that would begin from underneath your eye and would point your cheek. The reason is quite simple, it would not only perfectly conceal the annoying spots but also give you the illusion of a lifted up face.

Apply a Concealer Matching the Skin Tone While Concealing a Pimple

Prior to covering the pimple area, pick a concealer that perfectly suits the skin tone. You can now cancel out the irksome redness a pimple leaves behind. Yes, you read that right. By simply putting some concealer with a brush only on the pimple (Avoid applying on the area around it to keep away from the bacteria getting spread).

Alternatively, use a clean cotton swab to apply a liquid concealer that has a high-coverage and also matches your skin tone to hide the blemishes. Blend it artfully around the skin and let it set by applying setting powder. Try L.A. Girl Pro Conceal HD to camouflage all your skin imperfections such as dark circles, redness and fine lines.

Try Fail Proof Concealer Hacks for Dark Spots and Eye Blemishes

Choose a concealer that is just little lighter than the tone of your skin to line three small sections of your eyes – the inner V, the eyelid’s middle section, and below your brow bone. Besides making the highlights look natural, you need to blend it lightly for sporting a well-rested look. Try Jane Iredale Circle Delete Under Eye Concealer for those dreamy eyes. The product absolutely stands by its name.

Chin up and heads high ladies! You can now set off with an unbreakable confidence and conquer the world using these genius concealer techniques. After all, you deserve to shine and not sulk.