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If you have ever wondered why do we need concealers of various colors like concealers in blue, orange, green, purple colors, then this article will help you to know more about the color correcting concealers and usage of color correcting concealer. If you want to achieve flawless skin tone, then read on to know how to use color correcting concealer to get rid of your flaws and get perfect skin tone.
Green concealer or yellow concealer – If you got any redness on skin, a green or yellow concealer works the best on such redness. Just ensure you use a clean concealer brush or fingertips and dab on the concealer on the red spots. This concealer will immediately neutralize any redness on the skin. Whether you have a pimple, rosacea, redness around the eyes, or broken blood vessels, you can cover these up with the green concealer.
Orange concealer – If you have dark circles and bags under your eyes, which look purple or blue, go on and dab some orange concealer. For drag queen makeup, orange concealer is of a lot of importance, because the drag queens do apply a lot of thus orange concealer on their chin and jaw area to cover up any 5’o clock shadow which might appear even after shaving.
Yellow concealer or peach concealer – Even yellow or peach concealers can be used to cover up purplish or bluish under-eye bags or circles.
Violet or lavender concealer – You can use this concealer on any yellow colored bruises. It adds on to the glow to complexion and saves us from looking too dull or pasty.
Apart from these color correctors, you can always use a concealer which is at least one shade lighter than your skin tone, to brighten up areas like under eyes. And if you got a bump which you want to hide, use a concealer which is at least one or two shades darker than your skin tone on the area.
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After you have applied the color correcting concealers, make sure to go over those places with a sheer concealer which matches your skin tone or may be a shade ligher than your complexion, to layer on top of the color corrector. Finally, apply foundation all over your face and neck. You can puff on some translucent powder too on top of this.
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