Offering more coverage than a foundation, concealer is ideal for camouflaging
facial imperfections. It will neutralize and balance the look of a blemish and those dreaded under-eye circles.
Consider concealers that are one to two shades lighter than your skin tone.
Remember that the idea is to make a darker spot blend into your complexion.
Select a concealer most appropriate for the area you wish to cover. A creamier
version is recommended for the delicate under-eye area, while a drier formula is better suited to other facial skin.
Test variations of a yellow-based concealer, since white, green and pink
concealers can leave you with colored rather than concealed imperfections.
Sample a few versions. Consult with makeup artists from a few lines and
request a sample to try. When purchasing from a drugstore, ensure that you can return any item that doesn't complement your
Concealer may be all you need to balance out your complexion. Many women
forego the foundation, set their concealer with powder and head out!
Go a shade darker during the summer months, when you have a little more
color to your skin.