Tips for the best concealer coverage:
- Use a primer on the area you wish to cover
- Primer will help provide a barrier between your skin and the makeup so it doesn’t soak in to your skin
- It helps smooth out your skin for the best application
- Keeps makeup in place for a longer, more flawless look
- If necessary, apply foundation first
- For example, if the blemish is on your face, apply your foundation
- Your foundation will give some coverage, which means you’ll use less concealer
- This saves you money and keeps it from looking cakey
- Then, apply a small amount of concealer to a damp blending bud
- This is so the blending bud doesn’t soak up as much product, which saves you money
- A damp blending bud also helps the product go on more flawlessly
- Gently dab the concealer onto the blemish with the blending bud
- Use a pressing/dabbing motion to press the concealer onto the area
- This gives more coverage versus the swiping motion of a brush, which thins out coverage
- Once covered, use the side of the blending bud or a brush to blend the area outside of the blemish so it fades into your foundation color
- Set with a translucent setting powder
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