Green concealer: how to apply correctly

Women, seeing a mysterious means called “concealer” in the store, often do not know what it is and how to use it. Therefore, they ignore this type of tool.
Green concealer: how to apply?
Green concealer: how to apply?
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The word "concealer" or facial corrector is called a whole range of masking tools that do not eliminate the causes of skin imperfections, but quickly and effectively hide them from prying eyes. Concealers are used after applying the usual moisturizer and before applying the foundation, although you can use them over the base.

Using green concealer on facial skin

Since the concealer contains a number of antiseptic and drying substances, it helps to soothe the skin, relieve puffiness and inflammation, and also disguise unaesthetic pimples, acne and acne. Concealer green has a healing effect - for example, a product with tea tree oil is applied to clean skin, dotted, fifteen minutes before makeup.But oil is not the only active element of this type of agent; in the modern cosmetic industry there are other nutrients and beneficial substances.

Concealers with a thick creamy consistency or stick sticks are traditionally used to mask pigment spots and freckles.

Concealers also help to hide redness, the vascular grid and burst capillaries on the skin of the face. Green concealer neutralizes the red color, so they can easily disguise acne, irritation, allergic reactions and just too bright blush on the cheeks.

Apply the green concealer correctly

Properly apply the green concealer to the skin of the eyelids and around the eyes should be on top of the cream or gel that you usually use. Cover with the concealer only a reddened area or a pimple, gently blend the edges to smooth the edges of the color transition and apply on top of your foundation, which will hide the green tint of the product.

Applying a small amount of powder at the end of the makeup will allow the green concealer to stay in place longer and prevent it from smearing.

Also, instead of a concealer, you can use a green primer - a translucent makeup base,which allows makeup to keep in its original form for quite a long time and masks the reddening on the skin not worse than the corrector.

Green concealer has also proven itself well in masking mimic wrinkles. Since a dense foundation clogs the folds of the skin and makes them even more expressive, you need a tool with a light and soft texture. Such a tool is a concealer containing reflective pigments. The light green shade of concealer will successfully hide small mimic wrinkles in the corners of the eyes and on the lower eyelids.