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Dif­fer­ent con­ceal­ers for dif­fer­ent con­cerns; we try, you buy foun­da­tion that prom­ises a skin-like fin­ish; and SOS help for sen­si­tised scalps.

While there’s a de­mand for do-it-all makeup, it’s nei­ther ad­vis­able nor pos­si­ble. Con­ceal­ers, for ex­am­ple, are not cre­ated equal – while one can blur out cer­tain flaws, other flaws need less-gen­er­al­ist prod­ucts. Here are three spe­cial­ists for specifics.

For Dark Cir­cles

El­iz­a­beth Ar­den Stroke of Per­fec­tion Con­cealer hides mild

and se­ri­ous panda eyes. Not hav­ing a pow­dery fin­ish helps, too (pow­dery fin­ishes can make you look older). In five shades, $43 each.

For Pores

Three Air­lift Smooth­ing Wand “fills in” en­larged pores for a flaw­less look. Best worn over foun­da­tion. $55

For Spots

Ur­ban De­cay All Nighter Wa­ter­proof Full Cov­er­age Con­cealer can even cover tat­toos. So hid­ing pim­ples at any stage, hy­per­pig­men­ta­tion, scars or freck­les is not a stretch. In eight shades, $40 each.

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