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Concealer


Concealers are a fast and effective way to disguise blemishes, shadows, scars and red veins, so your skin looks perfect. It camouflages the imperfect parts of your skin, giving it a smooth finish to make the skin flawless. It also covers the freckles and ruddy areas of the face and making the right choice with a concealer is very important because the wrong shade can over emphasis the parts that are covered up, making the marks more prominent.

Find Your Formulation:
Concealers are concentrated foundation with a high pigment content, giving complete coverage to problem areas. Make-up artists argue as to whether concealer should be applied before or after foundation. Applying it after foundation is often best, as it is applied to specific areas which would be disturbed when the foundation was applied. If you are after a light effect, apply concealer to clean skin, then apply powder or all-in-one foundation/powder on top. When choosing concealers, it is now necessary to think first about your purpose and not the purpose of the hype there is when it comes to this particular makeup product. Marketing of concealers are done in such a way that women would find them a necessary purchase since they help hide away some facial flaws. By using concealers, women would not have to undergo through the pains of a surgery to correct the flaws.
1. Stick Concealers: These are easy to apply as you can simply stroke them straight on to the skin. Some have quite a thick consistency, so it's worth trying samples before buying.
2. Cream Concealers: These usually come in a tube, with a sponge-tipped applicator. The coverage is not as thick as the stick type, but the finished effect is natural. It is easier to apply smoothly on larger areas.
3. Liquid Concealers: Again, these come in a tube. Just squeeze a tiny amount on to your finger and smooth over the affected area. Look for the cream-to-powder formulations, which slick on like a cream and dry to a velvety powder finish.

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