If you're looking for inexpensive ways to cover up annoying skin imperfections, you've hit the right spot.
Often people take frequent trips to the salon to cover something as little as a zit. These daily visits to the salon can seriously drain you of your money.
Hence, you can turn to makeup to cover up these imperfections most inexpensively and effectively.
Remember, you're perfect the way you are. But, if covering up those blemishes can make you feel more like a goddess, why not try it? This is what you can do about them:
Plucked the wrong patch? It takes months for eyebrows to grow back! However, you don't need to worry anymore. You can use an eyebrow pencil that is a shade lighter than yours to fill out the sparse regions till you grow them back. Fill in your brows slightly with a pencil and use a brow powder to fill through the length of your arch for a final touch. Don't go too bold if you're seeking a natural look!
Everyone has these shadily persistent circles under their eyes and, hiding them can be a little tricky. First, use an eye cream to moisturize your eye bags and let that moisturizer get absorbed. Then, pick out a creamy concealer and start applying the product outwards from the inner corner of your away. And when we say creamy, we mean it. Using a dry concealer can make lines under the eyes more prominent. After you've covered your dark circles with your concealer, use a translucent powder to get the final natural touch.
Though there are medical procedures to tighten these, using a primer can work pretty fine, too. Silicone primers fill out these pores and, once you go in with the foundation, it smoothly glides over these filled pores, minimizing their appearance. Moreover, a powder foundation can do wonders too. Pores mostly tend to be oily and, powder is the perfect absorbent to reduce their appearance.
A thick concealer can come in handy! However, know that you can only get as much coverage as hiding redness, the bump will still show. Use a thick concealer that fits your skin tone and put a dot of it on your blemishes. Use a sponge or a brush to pat the concealer until it perfectly blends with your skin and hides the spot you're looking to cover.
Your skin is flawless with all its imperfections. Still, these few makeup techniques may give a little boost to your confidence.