Concealer is a pigmented formula that works to disguise and cover imperfections and blemishes on the skin. Concealers are generally thicker than foundation formulas meaning they can be a game-changer for hiding everything from dark circles to discolouration. Here are the famous types of colour-correcting concealers:
The concealer is liquid type is the most adaptable type of concealer. Since they have the most water, they give the most hydration. Concealer of this type gives medium to complete coverage. To apply liquid concealer, use a little amount and pat it onto the blemishes. Gradually dab and integrate the liquid into the rest of the face with a sponge or an applicator, then set it with a transparent powder. To get an amazing finish, repeat this procedure for more coverage.
Pencil concealer is a right in targeting and covering flaws. It is easy to apply to the under-eye area to fix and better skin issues. To use the pencil concealer, begin by lining over lids, spots, blemishes, and dark under-eye areas with pencil concealer. Then, rub the lines with your finger to blend them without trying to remove the coverage.
The cream concealer has a top pigment content and gives a lot of coverage. Since it provides medium to complete coverage, this concealer is perfect for concealing scars, blemishes, and other flaws. To use cream concealer, begin by twirling the finger in the pan to warm the item, then apply with a brush and use the fingertips to the blemishes. When your skin heats up the natural oils and waxes in cream concealer, they become amazingly effective.
Colour correcting concealer
Colour-correcting concealer is a famous cosmetic product that can be used to mask issues on the skin. It should just be applied to imperfections on the face that are visible. To start using colour-correcting concealer, pick the perfect colour to cover the flaws. Pat the colour-correcting concealer into the blemishes with a little concealer brush or using your hands. Then, use the foundation to mask the visible colour of the colour-correcting concealer.
How do I use it?
Concealer is super versatile and can be used in various ways depending on the look you want and your type of skin, concerns and face structures. Generally, concealer is applied underneath the eyes to disguise dark circles, over imperfections such as pigmentation and breakouts that can also be used to define cheekbones and sculpt the nose in the contouring process. It is truly up to you at which point in your routine you apply your concealer, but it is generally applied after foundation, mainly when applying around the eye arena. This is to prevent the application of foundation-smudging concealer. With that said, if you are experiencing a stubborn blemish, a concealer sandwich can help to hide it.
Which formula should I use?
The type of concealer formula you use is fully down to personal preference based on your concerns, needs, and what you usually favour using. But again, finding the best concealer formula for your skin is all about testing and trialling until you find the one. It is also super vital to consider your skin undertone when picking your concealer. Your skin undertone is fully neutral, cool, and hot. Based on the colour-wheel theory, colour-correcting concealers job on the idea that certain colours counteract other colours. For example, you can haul yourself a green counteracts redness or a yellow to offset purple discolouration.
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