For a natural look, you should apply concealer lightly. Use your ring finger to dab it around your nose and on any red spots. If your concealer is too thick, use your ring finger to pat it in place. You can also use a makeup sponge dipped in loose powder to blend it. Then, use a foundation brush to apply your foundation over the concealer for a more even finish.
You can also use different colors of concealer to cover hyperpigmentation and create a flawless look. As we age, our skin loses collagen. This makes blood vessels and veins more visible. Using a light-colored concealer can brighten this area. If you can’t get a smooth, natural look, try a lighter shade. It’s okay to use a little extra concealer under your eyes if it doesn’t make your skin look too dark.
If you have red or dark circles under your eyes, a bright shade of concealer can lift them. It’s best to buy a shade one shade lighter than your skin tone, but be sure to buy the right one. Don’t forget to match your concealer to your skin tone. If you want a more natural look, go easy on the concealer. It’s a great way to create a flawless complexion without over-applying foundation.