Concealing & color correcting is the most important makeup technique to combat skin concerns like redness, dark spots and dullness. First correct and then conceal—this step is a must before you start applying your makeup. Hence, understanding how to apply it the correct way is crucial.
#BGStars, we always have your back when it comes to your skin and beauty-related everything, so we’ve made it easy for you to learn and get that insanely even-looking skin within no time.
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Frist, here is a basic breakdown of different correctors you may want to use:
- Green neutralizes redness- Use it on your cheeks and chin where there is redness due to acne, sunburn. This is your go-to colour girls!
- Pink masks signs of fatigue- Use it on areas that have dark spots, age spots and dullness; this one is amazing for pale skin.
- Yellow hides blue or purple-Use it on below your eyes to cover purple/blue eye circles and to calm mild redness. You can count on yellow!
- Orange hides eye bags, bruises-Use it mainly below the eyes to get rid of dark circles, on dark spots and bruised skin; it is great for medium to deep skin tones.
How & Where To Apply Concealer:
Things To Keep In Mind #BGStars!
Make sure to pick a good quality concealer which you can use to cover up acne marks, dark circles, pigmentations and other imperfections. Don’t compromise when it comes to your and concealer and skin! You got to try Bollyglow’s Selfie-Ready correct + conceal duo that has a concealer and orange corrector in one bottle. Talk about convenience! Not just that, it is packed with moisturizing and hydrating ingredients that feels like second-skin and presence of Vitalux vitamins helps to reduce dark circles, puffiness, under-eye bags and fatigue; it’s creamy texture blends beautifully into the skin. That’s exactly what you need!
How To Apply?
To do this take a little concealer on your fingers and with your fingertip apply directly on skin and blend with your fingertips to cover undereye dark circles, blemishes and acne, the warmth from your fingertips ensures the concealer blends well.
P.S You could use liquid concealer or concealer stick if you do not want to get your hands dirty!Back