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HOW TO USE RIGHT SHADE OF CONCEALER.

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How to Use Right Shade of Concealer.
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A concealer is a type of makeup used to mask dark circles and other small blemishes visible on the skin.
Concealers usually do a good job of hiding blemishes by blending the imperfection into the surrounding skin tone.
But how to use the right concealer? The common color of concealer is beige,but it doesn't mean it can hide all types of imperfections
for example moles broken capillaries and others.Here's the right shade to conceal our imperfections..


GREEN-Neutralizes any redness on your face, from broken blood vessels, blemishes, irritation etc.

YELLOW -Use under the eyes,like purplish under eye circles it neutralizes darkness, and brightens skin.

PINK-Counteracts green veins on your temples and under eye circles.

BLUE-After a bad day in the sun--or a bad experience with a tanning bottle--applying a blue concealer onto the orange skin can help neutralize the overall appearance.

PURPLE-If you have any sallow tones or yellow discoloration in your skin, then use purple concealer plus if you have olive-toned skin, then purple concealers will brighten up your skin tone beautifully and naturally.

ORANGE-Hides bad dark circles with bluish undertones.It also reduces the appearance of freckles, age spots and hyper pigmentation

BEIGE-Use beige to conceal flaws and shadows-also brightens the under-eye area.

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@mdj81 your welcome=) This comment has been removed.
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@hkec It's cakey, it's yucky and awkward. It clogs your pores also and stings your skin while you're sitting there. You need to avoid it at all costs - I don't know if you know of Designer Brands (incredible products just as good as Estee Lauder, etc - at a very small price) The website you need is: http://www.dbcosmetics.co.nz/ - have fun (V x) This comment has been removed.
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@backupAnneandAxl is powder concealer hard to blend and it can stay for a long time?ive never tried it This comment has been removed.
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I'm so with you on the green concealer tip, this is paramount to those of us (myself included) who have sensitive skin. But another quick tip - if you have dry or sensitive skin - NEVER - go with a powder concealer - absolutely diabolical consequences may come about (V x) This comment has been removed.
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Thanks for the great tips! This comment has been removed.
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@smallfry349 =) your welcome,me too guilty of using only beige..=) This comment has been removed.
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What great info Kairyn!.....I'm guilty of only using yellows & greens but I may have to explore the other shades now that I understand more about their uses.....Thanks! This comment has been removed.
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