Have you ever noticed how noticeably flawless are the faces of stars on TV and on photos? Do you want to know the secret to get that kind of flawless skin effect instantly? Then the first thing you must hide those skin imperfections since let’s face it, we all have one. Nobody is perfect; May it be a scar from a previous zit or a bummer dark spot.
Maybe now you have a clue as to the basic necessity you must have to achieve that flawlessness. Yes, you’re right a concealer makeup is the magic touch to get that radiant glow and would make you be one with the stars. And all you have to do now is to learn the basic steps on applying such cosmetics properly on your face to perfectly hide that little but pesky blemishes and other skin imperfections.
With some practice, you are sure to work miracles with the concealer so it looks natural on your face. You would not want to even more make your imperfections more noticeable by improperly using the incorrect concealer for your skin or just applying it the wrong way. You need to learn of the techniques to apply it the right way.
First, you have to have the right shade of concealer that would match your skin tone. Go for the shade of concealers that is lighter than you skin tone but not too light as it would make your face obvious with concealers spots. To apply on concealer cosmetics, you can use a concelear brush or just with your bare fingers and put on a small dot directly on top of skin discolorations or blemishes or any spots that need some hiding. After which, blend well the concealer dot .And it’s really important that you make sure that you do the blending well so no noticeable lines are created which would save you from a much more messy look.
For the finishing touch, apply loose powder to set the concealer in place and make it last for some time on your face. As mentioned previously, you have to do some practice for to perfect the right application of concealer just like other cosmetics out there. With these basic tips, you’d have the correct foot down on starting with the concealer application. Good luck!