Even the staff that is low maintenance on makeup during the week use concealer religiously.
But which color should you use? The editors at TheBeautyPlace.com have categorized the issues by color – we got you covered!
Match Your Skin Tone
Use a concealer that matches your skin tone to conceal blemishes.
Green concealers are great for those that battle dermatitis, rosacea or even a mild sunburn. By using it after priming and before applying foundation, it helps conceal redness triggered by any of these skin conditions.
Also to be applied after priming skin and before foundation, lavender concealers helps neutralize sallow, yellow tones to brighten skin’s appearance.
Another complexion brightener, yellow concealers helps soften signs of redness while adding warmth to the skin.
Ideal for dark circles – hands down. (We also have heard about a red lipstick trick to conceal dark circles, so this totally makes sense!) Use it especially to remove blue or gray undertones. We wouldn’t use it anywhere else on the face though so keep it to the area to avoid any skin blotchiness.
Do you have any other suggestions for concealers? #WeWantToKnow
Beauty Tip: Double your matching skin tone concealer as a primer for eyelids and lips if needed.
- Youngblood Ultimate Concealer
- Glo Minerals Camouflage Oil Free Concealer
- Jane Iredale Disappear Concealer with Green Tea Extract
- Jane Iredale Enlighten Concealer