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How to Conceal Redness
Makeup, How-to

How to Conceal Redness

From sunburn to rosacea, redness can be caused by a variety of factors. As tough as it may seem to cover up, redness can be concealed with the right tools and color correcting techniques. The Corrective Camouflage Kit contains four sheer and easy to apply corrective concealers used to expertly neutralize and conceal skin discolorations. To conceal redness, use the yellow and mint shades.

Yellow concealer neutralizes mild redness, pink skin and black, blue and purple bruises. Mint green concealer neutralizes severe redness from blemishes, scars, port wine stain and rosacea. By using a minimal amount of product along with the soft, lightweight brush, the result is a lot more natural.

How to Conceal Redness

  1. Mix together the mint and yellow shades from the Corrective Camouflage Kit with the Dual Fiber Eye Brush and apply to the source of redness.
  2. Next, using the Dual Foundation/Camouflage Brush and Tinted Primer SPF 30 gently stipple the primer on top of the concealing shades for added coverage. Blend the color out towards the hairline to soften.
  3. For additional, natural coverage, lightly buff Luxe Liquid Foundation SPF 18 into the skin with the Flat-top Kabuki Brush until the skin is even and glowing.
  4. You may still see unwanted redness peeking through and brightness may be lacking. If this is the case, apply Liquid Bright Concealer in brighten to highlight and reduce any additional redness. Make sure to blend seamlessly into skin with the Dual Fiber Eye Brush.
  5. To make sure this corrective coverage lasts all day, ensure it with Redness Relief Powder. Using the Tapered Setting Powder Brush, sweep the powder onto the skin. Remember, less is more with this color correcting powder. If too much is applied, the skin may appear too yellow, giving the skin an unnatural look.
  6. Set the look and add hydration as well as a fresh glow to the skin with a spritz of Hydration Mist.

Rebecca in the video above wears Tinted Primer SPF 30 in light and Luminous Liquid Foundation SPF 18 in tahini. Visit Rebecca on The Novice Native.

July 28, 2016
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