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Read Top Tips To Get the Most Out of Your Concealer – Saloni Makeup Corner

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Get the Most Out of Your Concealer:

Order of Products:

“If you’re working with a cream concealer that doesn’t set with a long-wear finish, I typically like to apply foundation first. This allows for the foundation to do its best at masking any imperfection, After foundation has been applied, I will assess what blemishes need tending.”

-Josh Graham, Lead Makeup Artist at Cate McNabb Cosmetics

Blemished Areas:

“The same approach can be taken to concealing blemishes on the face—a brush is great, but sometimes tapping a bit of the product on with the finger can really allow for a layering effect,”

-Josh Graham, Lead Makeup Artist at Cate McNabb Cosmetics

Cream Concealers:

“Without a doubt, my biggest is aging skin with some uneven color. Occasionally, I'll have dark circles as well. It matches my skin tone perfectly, and has a buildable texture that provides a flawless finish that works well on all areas of my face that need a little concealer help. I love that it isn’t greasy; it doesn't leave a ‘dewy finish.’ I have combination skin, so I steer clear of that.”

-Shannon Smyth of A Girl's Gotta Spa!

Holding a brush on the handle affects your control:

"Where you hold a brush on the handle affects your control. The closer your fingers are to the barrel (the silver section beneath the brush head), the more pressure you put on the brush head and vice versa."

-Make Up For Ever educator Lijha Stewart

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