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Four Tips You Should Know About Tinted Concealer

Four Tips You Should Know About Tinted Concealer

Concealer is used to conceal dark circles, but it can also be used for other purposes. Discover in this article, four tips to know about tinted concealer.

Tip 1: Apply Concealer Properly

Before knowing how to apply concealer, it's important to know when to apply it. Many people wonder what is the right way? Concealer or foundation first? The answer is: Foundation first, Concealer second! In fact, many people make the mistake of applying concealer before foundation. If you apply the concealer before foundation, you risk losing its correcting and illuminating effect.

After applying your foundation, apply the equivalent of a grain of rice of concealer from the inner to the outer corner of the eye. If you have very dark circles, use the triangle method to provide more coverage and brighten your eyes. To do this, apply concealer under your eyes in an upside-down triangle shape. Gently blend by tapping with a brush or makeup sponge.

Tip 2: Make Your Concealer Last

To make your concealer stay on better and longer, several things are essential:

  • Moisturize your eye contour

The application of a moisturizing eye contour cream is essential to prevent the concealer from smearing between the wrinkles during the day. Our wrinkles and fine lines eye cream formulated with prickly pear oil and coenzyme Q10 moisturizes the eye contour and prevents the appearance of dehydration lines. Apply it during your beauty routine, morning and evening. In the morning, wait a few minutes for it to be absorbed before applying the foundation formula and then the concealer.

  • Apply a fixing powder

Using a light, sheer fixing powder helps to fix the concealer, prevents it from clumping into fine lines and brightens the eyes. With the help of a brush, pat the powder on top of the makeup and concealer. Be sure to check that the powder has been tested for application around the eye area.

  • Finish with a fixing spray

For a perfect hold, there's nothing better than finishing with a setting spray. It fixes the makeup for a long-lasting effect and moisturizes the skin. It is applied evenly over the entire face, closing the eyes.

Tip 3: Conceal Imperfections With Concealer

The initial action of concealer is to reduce dark circles. But you can also use it as a concealer to hide pigmentation spots, redness and pimples. Our tinted concealer can be used as a concealer for your blemishes. It contains niacinamide which is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. Apply a few drops to your blemishes and gently tap with your fingertips or a brush.

Tip 4: Structure Your Eyes With Concealer

Another tip is to use concealer on your eyebrows to structure your look and accentuate the natural curve of your brows. Apply your concealer above your eyebrows and below at the brow bone, and blend gently with your fingertips or a brush. This technique gives you a bigger, brighter look and better defined brows.


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