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Makeup is an art form, a representation of individuality and freedom of expression. It is used to correct flaws and to enhance the natural beauty of a person which helps an individual in presenting themselves in society with confidence.

It's easy to get overwhelmed when there are so many different cosmetic products and formulations to select from, as well as the ongoing changes in design and trends. We can attain the look we want and get the most out of our makeup as long as we understand the basics and know what each product can genuinely do for us.

Types of Makeup

Primer Foundation Concealer

Powder Blush Contour

Bronzer Highlighter


This makeup is frequently used to provide extra coverage for blemishes and other markings. Concealers are usually thicker and more solid than foundations, and they provide more detailed and long-lasting coverage. Some formulations are designed specifically for the eye area.

Concealer is regarded as one of the most crucial products for achieving a flawless base. It helps to conceal any skin imperfections, making the face appear even-toned and beautiful. It's a versatile product that can be used in a variety of ways. It's similar to the foundation but thicker, and it's used to conceal dark circles, age spots, blemishes, and pigmentations. A little goes a long way with this stuff.

Uses of Concealer

Cover Dark Circles: Using a small amount of brightening concealer on the under-eye area could act as an illusion of making you look more fresh and radiant. If you have severe dark circles, applying an orange or peach color corrector before concealer can help to conceal the uneven undertones.

Hide Acne and Blemishes
Because concealer is thicker than foundation, it can be used to mask acne and blemishes. All you have to do is dab a small quantity of concealer into the area you want to conceal with your finger, a makeup sponge, or a blending brush.

As a Highlighter
You can highlight your face by using a concealer that is one to two shades lighter than your typical concealer tone. To get an instant lift and radiant skin, simply apply and blend concealer to the high areas of your face.

Number 3 indicates the concealer that acts as a highlighter.

Different Types of Concealer

Liquid ConcealerThis is best for normal, combination, oily, or sensitive skin and skin that is prone to pimples. It is versatile as you can decide how much coverage you want. It is also great for covering pimples as it does not cake. It has very little risk of aggravating pimples, unlike creamier concealers.

Stick ConcealerIt has a semi-solid, creamy texture (comparable to lipstick) and often contains a lot of pigment. This is best for normal, dry, or sensitive skin and you can choose how much coverage you want, from medium to full. Be careful when concealing blemishes since it may only make them worse because of the heavy and waxy formulation.

Cream ConcealerThis is ideal for dry or sensitive skin. Has medium to full coverage and is perfect for the under-eye area. This is also an excellent option for concealing discolorations such as melasma (also known as pregnancy masks) or birthmarks.

It's still debatable whether concealer should be applied before or after foundation. The truth is that when it comes to cosmetics, there are no rules. It all comes down to personal preference when it comes to how you use it. Even so, there are some suggestions for completing your makeup look with fantastic results.

Here are some:

  • When concealing blemish, apply foundation first before concealer since it could be rubbed away while applying the foundation.
  • If you have dry skin, moisturize your face before makeup to avoid concealer “cake up” on your face.
  • To get a natural look, work your concealer in thin layers, and build it up gradually until you get the coverage that you like.
  • When blending the concealer, make sure that you dab it, not drag it. You can use your clean middle or ring finger or you can use a makeup sponge or concealer brush to blend it.

  • You can also use concealer as a primer for your eyeshadow as it prevents the eyeshadow from falling out and creasing. Just dab a little concealer on your eyelids and blend it before you start your eye makeup.
  • Don’t forget to set your concealer with powder. This is one of the important steps in getting a flawless base. Dust a little setting powder on the area you conceal to keep your concealer in place and to avoid creasing.

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