When we think about concealer the only thing that comes to our mind is dark circles, blemishes, and pimples. But there is so much more that your concealer can do. From being an eyeshadow primer to the prime ingredient of your very own tinted moisturiser, your concealer is literally a life saviour. Here are six more ways to use your concealer.
There's nothing worse than putting on an eyeshadow without priming a lid. You don't always need an eyeshadow primer to make your makeup sits well. A concealer works just as good as any other base too.
Apply concealer all over your lids and blend. Use loose powder to set it. Go about your smokey eye routine as usual.
We've all been there: we have to head out for a party and there is very little product left in our foundation bottle.
Take 3-4 pumps of concealer and mix it with your day cream. Apply it on your face using the dot method and blend it using a Beauty Blender. Set it with powder and then apply blush.
P.S: If you have oily skin, use a smaller ratio of moisturiser.
As much as we love falsies, we can't wear them all the time. So if volume is what you're looking for, you have to try this concealer hack (it's Kardashian approved by the way).
Prime your eyelashes with a few coats of concealer using either a wand or a small brush. Wait for it to set and then apply mascara.
Having perfectly shaped eyebrows is the new obsession. Did you know your concealer can help you in achieving those sharp brows? Plus it's really helpful on days you haven't had time for threading.
Trace a short line parallel to the top edge of your brow with concealer and blend it gently with your finger or a brush. Fill in your brows as usual.
I'd be up for a hack that doesn't require lip fillers, wouldn't you? Applying a concealer on your pout has two benefits: it works as a primer which is great for your lipstick to settle onto your lips without creasing.
Apply concealer all over your lips blend it with a flat brush or even a sponge. Use a lip liner outline your lips and then apply lipstick.
If you have a shade of concealer that doesn't match your skin tone, don't just throw it away. Instead, use it to contour your features.
Find a tone that's 1-2 shades darker than your skintone. Dab it to your cheekbones, sides of your nose, forehead and chin. Make sure you blend it really well.
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