3 Con­cealer

Little Treasures - - BEAUTY -

It may seem ex­trav­a­gant to have two types of con­cealer, but truth­fully you need dif­fer­ent shades and con­sis­ten­cies for dark ar­eas (un­der eye) and spot cov­er­age. Colour the­ory tells us warm tones can­cel out dark cir­cles and cool tones can­cel red spots. Get this wrong and you can end up look­ing ashy or jaun­dice.  Dab con­cealer in un­der-eye cir­cles and in­ner-eye sock­ets (by nose) and blend gen­tly with sponge/brush/fin­ger. Only ap­ply con­cealer where needed  Use a tiny brush to place a thicker con­sis­tency con­cealer onto any red spots and dab If you have a fair com­plex­ion, you’ll need a peach un­der­tone for the eye, and a yel­low un­der­tone for spot cov­er­age. For darker skin, cov­er­age can be achieved by us­ing an or­ange colour cor­rec­tor.

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