Posted by Cowgirl Dirt on 11/14/2016
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Concealers have saved us
many times by helping to cover up blemishes and spots that could have ruined
our makeup look. The good news is you can do even more with your concealer. Here
are 7 different ways you can use your concealer to achieve smooth, radiant, and
blemish free skin.
We recommend using the Saddle Up Concealer. It is a hypoallergenic concealer designed to
give you a flawless finish.
Lift and brighten your face by
applying concealer at the base of your eye. The easiest way to do this is to
draw a triangle using the concealer and blend it in. Use a concealer that is a
shade lighter than your skin tone for this.
If you are working with beauty
on a budget, you can easily substitute an eye shadow primer for concealer. Use
your concealer to prep your lids for eye shadow application to keep the color
If you are going to wear a more revealing shirt and you have a spot on your neck, chest or back, you can easily
cover it using concealer. Pat a concealer that matches your skin tone onto that
spot then use the Let's Ride Finishing
Powder to set it in.
Use concealer to sharpen your
eye liner wing and correct any errors in your eyebrow filling. To do this, dip
an angled brush in the concealer and use to trace your liner cleaning up any
error. Do the same with your brows. This is much easier and saves time rather than
Define your lip shape by lining
the outside of your lips with a fine tip brush and concealer. Doing this will also make your lip color pop and give you a gorgeous lip shape.
6. Give your lips a plumper look
by dabbing some concealer in the middle section and blending it in with your
finger. For better results, go lightly over it with the Showdown Lip Gloss to attract light and make your lips look fuller.
Give your features a boost by
highlighting and contouring using two different shades of concealer: first one
two shades lighter that your skin tone, second one, two shades darker. Use the
lighter concealer on the places that naturally catch light, and the darker one
on those areas that are naturally shaded.