- Apply your brightening concealer by dotting it in a line under your eye, starting at the inner corner (the inside of the bridge of your nose) and working to the outer edge of your eye.
- Get your sponge or blender a little bit damp, then dip it into your loose highlighting powder. Dab it over the concealer, blending it evenly into your skin.
- Brush a tiny bit of the highlighting powder under your eye to make sure it sets and doesn’t crease.
- Apply your heavier concealer with a brush, covering the problem area entirely.
- Dab a coat of lifting concealer over the area to make the dark spot brighter. If you’re dealing with a scar, you might not need this step.
- Dampen your beauty blender or sponge and dip it into loose powder. Blend the area in evenly.
- Finish with a translucent mineral powder to set the area.
- Take a concealer brush and load it up with the green concealer. Start applying it on the pimple, starting in the middle and making light brush strokes outward. You want it to fade into your skin, with the most concentrated area being the middle of the blemish.
- Making sure your index finger is completely clean, dab it on the concealer stick and apply to the blemish. Apply in a patting motion, until the area is completely covered and skin tone looks even.
- Dip your blending brush in loose powder, then lightly dust the powder onto your skin, blending all three products together.
- Using your finger, dip it into your cream concealer. Pat it on the skin around your nose, covering it completely and fading outward to your cheeks.
- Take a damp beauty blender or sponge and blend the concealer into your skin.
- Dust loose powder over the area to set it.
- Create a mixture using your moisturizer, your liquid concealer, and a bit of highlighter.
- Using a concealer brush, dab the mixture on the puffy areas of your face.
- Wipe your concealer brush clean of the mixture, then use it to blend the concealer in evenly.
Color Correction GuideGreen concealer is a great color corrector for neutralizing blemishes, covering up redness, and canceling out any rosy area on your face (rosacea, scars, etc.) Pink concealer will help to brighten any dull areas of your skin and hide signs of fatigue. Use this color corrector to hide dark circles, bruises, or to give your entire face a little boost. Yellow concealer is great for evening out your skin tone and making it look fresh with minimal effort. This is also a great color to use for a base on your eyelids, brow bone, or cheekbones before you apply the rest of your makeup. Well, I think that about covers it (pun intended). I hope you found this guide to concealer useful. Make sure to bookmark it or pin the image above so that you can come back and read these facts whenever you need them. What would you like me to cover in my next Beauty Guru Guide? Leave your requests below! XO Lauren
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