- You have a hot date tonight and just noticed a huge pimple on your cheek?
- Did you go out last night and celebrated just a little too much and woke up with big under-eye circles and don’t want your boss to notice?
- Or do you simply want to add a little accent to your brows?
Don’t look further, we have what you need! I have compiled a few Concealer tips every woman should know to look and feel better for the least effort and cost! Thank you Cosmopolitan Magazine and Refinery29 for making it easy!
Start with your contour powder. Find your cheekbones, and slide the pigment just below them in a downward motion. “It should end a couple of inches away from the corner of your mouth.” Use about two shades lighter than your skin tone,” – Tina Turnbow @Refinery29
Next, apply your concealer. “It should create a halo effect around your eyes” – Turnbow. Use your fingers to pat it on along the tops of your cheekbones. Then, bring it up until it reaches just above the tip of your eyebrows. “Look for a concealer with a radiant aspect to it. This will help attract the light.”
BROW FILLER (by Refinery29)
Don’t worry, not everybody was blessed with full brows and beautiful arches. You can too accentuate what you have with a very simple trick.
Fill in your brows first.
Next, draw on your concealer starting in the inner corners of your eyes and extend to the tips of your brows. Again, make sure your concealer is about two shades lighter than your skin tone.
Product recommended – Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat, CHF49.90, available at Marionnaud.
PIMPLE CONCEALER (by Cosmopolitan)
Let’s get rid of these un-welcomed guests fast!
First use a green concealer to cancel out your pimple’s redness with a clean brush to on the pimple only.
Then, use a cotton swab to dab on a high-coverage liquid concealer that matches your skin tone to camouflage the pimple. Blend it into the surrounding skin and finish with setting powder.
Dab an orange- or peach-colored concealer over dark under-eye circles with your ring finger.
Your ring finger, which is your weakest, will apply just the right amount of pressure to blend in the concealer without pulling at your delicate eye skin, and the orange or peach tones will cancel out the blue shadows that your under-eye circles give off.
Top the orange or peach formula with a cover-up that matches your skin.
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