Tips | How to Properly Apply Liquid Concealer

Concealer is a very commonly daily stuff for many girls. It can help us cover up many facial defects like  blemishes, dark spots, scars, and varicose veins,it makes our faces look more perfect. However, sometimes if you use the concealer incorrectly, it is likely to have the opposite effect. So here, we gonna teach everyone how to use concealer.

1.How to hide large spots on your face with concealer ?

it is really painful for friends with large spots on their faces,so we have to use a concealer, but because the area to be modified is relatively large, it is found that it is not fused with the skin at all, but changes It's more obvious, what should I do? If you want to blend the concealer part with the skin tone, you can put the concealer close to the skin tone at the deepest position and then push it thinly around. It is also very important. The closer it is to the skin tone, the more natural it will look.

In addition, for beautiful women with large spots, the skin is usually dry and difficult to apply. Therefore, we recommend that you apply a very moisturizing cream before applying makeup. It will be easier to apply makeup products when it is almost completely absorbed.

2.Encounter off makeup, how to touch up makeup for concealer position?

Removing makeup is also a situation that many people can't avoid, especially in the afternoon, the flaws we concealed with concealers often can't maintain the perfect state like at the beginning, so we need to touch up our make-up.

The method of applying makeup is different from putting on makeup. First, you must use your fingers to evenly conceal the remaining concealment on the surface, and then use oil-absorbing paper to absorb the oil, and finally add skin color concealer and powder.

As using oil-absorbing paper absorbs oil, it is easy to mix the foundation and take away the part of foundation, so it does not prevent the tissue paper from being replaced by the absorbent paper, so that the foundation will not be sucked off, but the facial tissue used must be soft and of good quality, otherwise your make-up will run again.

3.How to apply loose powder after using concealer?

After using the concealer, I often find that the powder is applied and the blemishes become obvious. How can this be solved? In fact, this is because the method of applying the powder is wrong, and the concealer is scooped out, so you can choose The kind of fluffy powder puff, then dipped in powder, and use the method of pat, do not use the method of coating, pat on the flawed place, so as to ensure light and thin and covering power.

Finally, we still want to mention everyone. The method of using fluffy powder puff is good for concealer, but it may make the powder not evenly shot. Some places are thick and some are thin. The powder puff is rubbed twice on the back of the hand, so that the excess powder can be dropped, and then the makeup will be much better.

4.How to find the best concealer for you

Concealers come in a myriad of consistencies, forms, and finishes, from liquid to cream to stick and beyond. The key is to find the right formula and tone for whatever issue you're trying to hide. A quick cheat sheet:

For dark circles and undereye discoloration: "Look for concealers that have radiant or luminizing formulas," says makeup artist Erica Whelan. You'll also want to opt for a color that's a shade lighter than your natural skin tone. "This will brighten up the undereye area and disguise the dark circles," she says. Our experts prefer liquid formulas for the thin skin around the eyes, since creams and thicker formulas can settle into fine lines and wrinkles. For best results, "dot the concealer under the eye and tap the product into place with your ring finger or a small fluffy eye shadow brush," says Whelan.

For blemishes and acne: "Choose a heavier cream formula like a stick concealer," advises Whelan. Denser cream formulas are designed to stay put on a spot, and a green- or yellow-tinted formula will help neutralize the redness of the spot. To target the blemish, Whelan suggests applying with "a fine pointed brush to place the concealer exactly where you want it to go. Gently blend the edges of the concealer with a brush, edge of sponge, or finger to blend into the skin for a seamless blend."

For dark spots: If you're trying to camouflage sun spots or age spots, reach for a thicker cream formula that has peach undertones to neutralize the dark brown cast. "Apply foundation first to even out the skin tone, then apply concealer to the spot for maximum coverage," says Whelan.

For mature skin: "Your skin will look unnatural if you try to mask the area with heavy concealers," cautions Whelan. Instead, choose a medium coverage liquid concealer and buff on with a small fluffy eyeshadow brush for a natural-looking finish. This will "minimize the flaws while still making your skin look as fresh and natural as possible."

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