Genius Tips πŸ“‹ for Applying Your Concealer for a Flawless Finish πŸ‘Œ ...


Concealer is a magical little product that can help you feel better about your looks even if you have acne scars or a breakout.

I use concealer every single day and there’s a big difference when it’s on compared to when it’s not.

Getting concealer on right can be tricky.

Too much is obvious, but too little doesn’t do a good job of masking what you’re trying to hide.

So, I went to the experts and got the best tips for getting your concealer just right, once and for all.

1. Pick the Right Color of Concealer or It Will Never Look Good

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You’re never going to be able to count on flawless concealer if you choose the wrong shade.

You need a concealer that very closely matches your skin and foundation.

When you smooth on the product, you want it to blend into the area around it, right?

The wrong shade, whether it’s too light or too dark, will never mesh and will be totally obvious.

Test the products before buying to make sure you get the best one for you.

2. Use Concealer after Foundation, but before Your Blush

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If you put your concealer on first, swiping your foundation over the top can wipe it off.

Instead, dab the concealer on after you put your foundation on.

That way you can blend the two products together seamlessly for the best coverage possible.

Then, lightly brush on blush to give your face the color you want without removing the concealer in the process.

3. Apply Concealer under Your Eye in a Triangle Shape

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This technique gives you an instant lift and takes the emphasis away from your under eyes by making them blend more evenly with the rest of your face.

Draw the concealer on with the bottom of the triangle spanning the area under your eye and extending the point down to your cheekbone.

Then blend it in to hide dark circles and brighten your entire face.

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