The Right Makeup Application Can Hide That Icky Cold ...

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Ugg, nothingโ€™s worse than getting ready for a holiday party and trying to find ways to hide your cold with makeup.

But, all is not lost!

Thank goodness for the magic of makeup and a few good tips!

So before you decline that holiday party and stay home with a box of tissues, here are seven ways to hide your cold with makeup.

1. Exfoliate

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One of the most important ways to hide your cold with makeup is to make sure to exfoliate your face.

No doubt your nose is raw from blowing it and your skin in parched from a fever.

Before you put any foundation on your skin, give it a good exfoliating treatment so youโ€™ll have a clean, smooth surface to start with.

2. Foundation

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Whether you wear foundation on an everyday basis or simply once in a while, youโ€™re going to want to pull it out.

You may be pale or ashy and evening out your skin tone with foundation will do wonders.

Iโ€™d use a liquid foundation (again, keeping in mind your dehydrated skin).

Itโ€™ll settle into your skin, making it look dewy and revived.2

3. Concealer

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Very big for hiding your cold is using concealer.

Place it under your eyes and on your eyelids to create a brightening effect for your face.

Any dark circles or purple coloring on your eyelids will instantly disappear.

Also, make sure to attack your nose with concealer.

This will most likely be looking better after the foundation is on, but to help ensure your nose stays the same color all night Iโ€™d add a coat of concealer to it.

4. Blush

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Now that your skin tone is evened out itโ€™s time to add some color to your cheeks.

You probably look like death warmed over so letโ€™s remedy that and give you some warmth.

Place a pink or peachy tone on the apples of your cheeks and along your cheekbone to create definition to your bone structure.

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