Color Concealer by Morgan Paige - Musely
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Color Concealer

posted in Beauty > Makeup
04/18/2016
  • When using colored concealer you have to know what you're doing or your makeup can end up looking like a rainbow threw up on your face.
    I personally like using these color concealers in lipstick form because you can use the bigger side for under your eyes or on your forehead and then use the smaller side to draw little lines on your T-zone and around your nose.

  • Green concealer is used to hide any redness or rosacea.
    Green concealer is used to hide any redness or rosacea.
  • Use orange to cover up dark coloration like dark circles,bruises,etc. 
    Use orange to cover up dark coloration like dark circles,bruises,etc. 
  • Use the purple to hide any yellow-toned skin or acne scars.
    Use the purple to hide any yellow-toned skin or acne scars.
  • Use blue concealer to counter act an unwanted orangey glow like when a self tan goes wrong or you bought the wrong color makeup and it makes your skin orange. 
    Use blue concealer to counter act an unwanted orangey glow like when a self tan goes wrong or you bought the wrong color makeup and it makes your skin orange. 
  • Personally I use the yellow last as a highlighter. After you conceal and contour your face use the yellow to highlight places you may have missed. 
    Personally I use the yellow last as a highlighter. After you conceal and contour your face use the yellow to highlight places you may have missed. 
  • Always use the color wheel to figure out what colors you need to use. Use the color diagonal from the color you would like to cover.
    Always use the color wheel to figure out what colors you need to use. Use the color diagonal from the color you would like to cover.

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