Applied directly after skin cream or over makeup, the Concealer covers skin irregularities, fine lines, and shadows around the eyes. It is also ideal for refreshing makeup to restore a glowing complexion. Free from fragrance, it is especially skin-compatible.
Concealer is available in a variety of shades, from lightest to deepest. Some colors are intended to look like a natural skin tone, while others are meant to contrast with a particular type of blemish. White can be used to blur dark circles or bruising, and to brighten dull skin. Green and blue can counteract red patches on the skin, such as those caused by pimples, broken veins, or rosacea. A purple-tinted concealer can make sallow complexions look brighter. Colored concealers such as these are usually applied sparingly beneath a concealer or foundation that matches the wearer’s skin tone. Skin-toned concealers are not only the most common type, but are often sufficient on their own at hiding or blurring imperfections.
A concealer or colour corrector is a type of makeup used to mask pimples , 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. This product is mainly used by women, but use among men is increasing.
Your concealer should always match your skin tone or should be slightly lighter than it. For dark spots and scars, use a little darker shade to cover it completely. Apply the concealer with a small fine tipped brush to cover up the pimple, scars, spots, etc. accurately. Blend it perfectly with your natural skin tone. You can also set your waterproof concealer with a loose translucent powder to get a smooth and supple look. Read more on how to apply concealer .