You’d think a good,

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thick con­cealer would do the trick when cov­er­ing up flaws, right? Not al­ways the case. “The two most com­mon times that you need to use cor­rec­tors be­fore con­cealer are when you have dark un­der-eye cir­cles or when you have a lot of red­ness or acne on your face,” says Make Up For Ever artist Kris Ba­cani.

Neu­tral­iz­ing the color in these ar­eas first will save you time and prod­uct be­cause you won’t need to pile on as much con­cealer as you nor­mally would to make them dis­ap­pear. (Bonus: You’ll be us­ing less makeup so it’s eas­ier on your skin, too.) “An­a­lyze your skin first,” says Ba­cani. Some of these prob­lem ar­eas can be ad­dressed by us­ing just con­cealer or foundation, but if you think you need a lit­tle more help, then ap­ply cor­rec­tor after mois­tur­izer or primer, and be­fore ap­ply­ing your foundation and con­cealer.

es­tée lauder Cres­cent White Bright­en­ing makeup Base spf 30, P2,920.

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