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It’s now possible to hide your imperfections with small dots of concealer and get a natural-looking, flawless complexion. It’s all thanks to a new makeup technique called focused concealing.
Contouring, strobing and baking are incredibly popular innovative makeup techniques. You can now add a new trend to this list: focused concealing. The goal is to use small dots of concealer on very specific zones to conceal blemishes, red spots, brown spots and shadows caused be certain facial features, among other things, and naturally and easily boost your complexion. Your skin will look even and bright
Follow these steps to master this novel makeup technique:
First, single out which flaws you want to conceal and which zones you want to blur with the concealer.
According to numerous professional makeup artists, the most targeted imperfections are the following: small pimples, brown spots, red spots around the nose, fine lines that make the lips seem thinner and dry, and shadows around the eyebrow arch. You can also focus on the internal and external corners of the eye as well as Cupid’s bow above the lips.
Apply a small dab of liquid concealer using the stick on the zone you want and blur the product with a small flat brush with synthetic bristles (ideal for working with creams or liquids). This will allow you to use the concealer in an extremely precise manner, making it a powerful makeup tool to hide your imperfections. The results? A discreet colour correction and a natural-looking complexion worthy of a skilled makeup artist.
Finally, forget the foundation. Instead, use translucent loose setting powder applied with a large kabuki brush to make the results last all day!
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