Applying Concealer

Applying Concealer

Identify Target Areas
  • Determine the areas on your face that require concealer.
  • Common areas include under-eye circles, blemishes, redness, and any spots where you want to add highlights.
  • These are prime areas for concealer application if you have noticeable dark circles under your eyes or acne spots.
Prep the Skin
  • Before applying concealer, ensure that the skin is clean and moisturized, and that you've already applied foundation.
  •   This sequence helps the concealer blend seamlessly with your foundation.
  •   You've cleansed, moisturized, and applied your foundation.
  •  Your canvas is ready for concealer application.

Application Techniques

Under-Eye Circles
  •   Apply concealer in an upside-down triangle under each eye, with the triangle's base along your lower lash line and the tip pointing toward your cheek.
  •  This shape brightens your eyes and conceals dark circles.
  •  Imagine drawing two upside-down triangles under your eyes, extending from the inner corners to the outer corners.
Blemishes
  •   Dab a small amount of concealer directly onto the blemish.
  •   For example, If you have a pimple, lightly tap concealer onto it.
Redness and Highlights:
  •  Apply concealer to areas with redness or where you want to create highlights, such as the bridge of the nose, the center of the forehead, and the chin.
  •   If you want to emphasize the bridge of your nose, draw a straight line of concealer down the center of your nose.

Blending

Under-Eye Concealer
  •   Gently blend the concealer under your eyes using a makeup sponge or a clean fingertip.
  •   Pat the concealer until it seamlessly melds with your foundation.
  •   Imagine softly tapping the concealer with a sponge until it becomes one with your skin.
Blemishes and Redness
  •   For blemishes, use a small brush or your fingertip to blend the concealer into the surrounding skin.
  •  Ensure seamless integration.
  •  Pretend you're an artist, gently merging the edges of the concealer with the surrounding skin.
Set with Powder
  •   To prevent creasing and ensure long-lasting coverage, lightly dust translucent setting powder over the areas where you applied concealer.
  •   Use a makeup brush for precision.
  •  Imagine a gentle sweep of setting powder over your under-eye concealer to keep it in place all day.

Remember, concealer aims to enhance your features, hide imperfections, and create a flawless canvas for the rest of your Drag Performer makeup. Practice and experimentation will help you master this essential step in your beauty routine.

 

 

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