How to Cover Up Acne and cloak Pimples – eonline
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Let’s be honest: There’s nothing more annoying than waking up with a pimple on your face.
The travel-to tool for these cases? Concealer, a.k.a. the magical tool that’ll earn that surprise blemish disappear in minutes (and cover those dismal circles after a late night out, of course). Sometimes though, the coverage routine that you just spent time on doesn’t erase those irritating spots as smoothly as you planned. Instead, your concealer may even earn the problem worse (i.e. flaky or dryness).
To earn certain you’ve got clear, picture-perfect looking skin the next time you’re trying to cloak a bump, we’ve shared the E!ssential steps to choose for a long-lasting and natural cover-up. maintain reading!
Step 1: Apply primer to your face, followed by foundation where you need it.
Step 2: For a singular pimple, spend a small concealer brush when applying the product. Here, we used a Sigma Beauty F70 Concealer Brush. That way, you’ll be able to accurately coat just the top of the blemish and its small circumference.
Step 3: Using a damp (yes, it must be slightly wet) beautyblender to dab in the concealer. Avoid rubbing—just two or three dabs! Then add a runt translucent powder on the sponge and dab once or twice onto the same area. No need to set the blemish with additional powder, as you’re likely to brush off the concealer.
Ta-da! Picture perfect skin.
And, just like that, you’re grand to travel.