Bridal Series, Tutorials

Bridal Series: Blemishes

Ok so spots aren’t what you dream of for your big day but sometimes they are a reality. Stress and diets reek havoc on the skin.

To conceal blemishes  you will need a dryer, solid concealer in your makeup arsenal. You don’t want the spot to look cakey but if the concealer is too moist it will just slide off. Dryer concealers will stay put.

Make sure you’re concealer matches your skin tone exactly. Using  a concealer lighter than your skin will accentuate the spot and make it look like a mountain.

Use a concealer brush to apply concealer directly to the blemish. Avoid the temptation to rub it  in. You can blend the edges into your skin with you little finger but leave the spot alone. Avoid applying the concealer with your finger as you’ll rub the concealer off as you’re applying it.

For spot covering I love:

  • MAC Studio Finish Concealer
  • Rimmel Concealer Stick
  • MAC Studio Sculpt Concealer
  • Laura Mercier Duo Concealer

More from this series tomorrow :)

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  • http://www.laurensloves.blogspot.com Lauren

    oooh I’ve been meaning to try the MAC concealer for ages. Is it the best?
    Which drugstore concealer would you recommend?
    Feel free to pop by my blog and say hello – http://www.laurensloves.blogspot.com and if you’d ever like to feature on it/be interviewed, give me a shout x

  • http://www.thestylediet.com Anna Saccone

    I love this! I absolutely loved the Laura Mercier Duo Concealer…I’ve never used the Rimmel Concealer Stick so I think I’ll get that when my Mineral Maybelline one runs out!

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