Monday, July 26, 2010

Concealer How-to

Do you sometimes find that the concealer you use to cover up your under eye circles, doesn’t quite do the trick when covering blemishes or discolorations?

Well, you’re not the first to experience this mismatched phenomenon. Why? Because when the shade of the imperfection that is being covered varies, a one-shade-fits-all approach to concealer simply does not work. Your best bet is to have a few shades on hand to tackle and conceal each concern most effectively. Here’s how to find the shades that are right for you:

To cover under eye circles: Choose a peach or yellow-toned concealer since these shades tend to cancel out the look of darkness. And never go lighter than your skin tone or the area will look greyish – a common mistake.

To cover a blemish or conceal facial redness: choose a beige toned (never pink) concealer.

To get you started, take advantage of the special savings on Ideal Shade Makeup Concealer Stick in your C18 Brochure. It’s a great time to stock up and save!

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