Not Just Cover Acne Scars, These 6 Other Functions Concealer
Concealer is commonly used after the use of foundation to cover acne scars and disguise dark circles under the eyes. But apparently, the use of concealer is not only limited to it. There are some concealer functions that can be applied but not yet widely known. Anything? Affirming the Lip LinesThe Daniel Chinchilla who is the Ariana Grande makeup artist, concealer can be used to give a thicker and fuller lip effect. Use light-colored concealer around the lip line area to give the illusion of full-sighted lips. Use concealer first before using lipstick, Daniel light as quoted from Allure.2. Bleaching AlisMakeup artist Kelli Bartlett says if concealer can be used to give eyebrow bleaching effect even if the result is not permanent. Way, mix the cream concealer on the entire eyebrow and then align it with an eyebrow brush or eyebrow mascara. Also use a transparent brow gel to keep your eyebrows tidy.
3. Lips Gradasi Lips gradasi much favored by the women moreover a lot of Korean celebrities who apply it. Kelli said concealer could be a product that supports the gradation lip effect. Use lip balm first on the lips then blend the concealer around the lips and use the lipstick right in the middle of the lips4. As HighlighterMakeup artist Liz Evenson explains, the application of highlights on the face can be varied by using concealer. Choose a concealer that two levels leih brighter than skin tone then highlight your cheekbones. This will provide a highlight effect that will highlight the dimensions of the face, he said. Primary EyeshadowConcealer also serves as a primary eyeshadow that is able to make eyeshadow colors more visible and durable. How, use the concealer on the eyelid and smooth with the ring finger. StrobingMatthew Waitesmith, another makeup artist reveals another use of concealer, to create a strobing technique on the face. Mix a matching concealer of facial skin with glitter eyeshadow that will produce a highlighter cream. Use on cheekbones, nose, chin, and brow bone, he explained. (itn / itn)