Tips: Get to Know Concealer

3/13/2017 08:57:00 pm Unknown 0 Comments

Salam and hi!

First of all, thanks to concealer. We’re able to cover facial blemishes and hide everything from zits and dark circles to elaborate tattoos, as well as highlight cheekbones and eyes. Just like lipstick, concealer also has a variety of forms like there is a stick, cream, or liquid. So what you need to know:

1. Stick Concealer

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Avoid using this type of concealer at eye area by dragging or scraping it, it can cause your skin to become loose. If the area under your eyes dry and wrinkled, you can provide a light moisturizer first.

Pros: This type of concealer can cover the flaws with almost perfect.

Cons: Usually this type is oily, so no need to rub it into thick. You need to think again if your skin is an oily skin type.

2. Liquid Concealer

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Usually this concealer has a container such as a tube and has a 'stick' applicator to apply on your face. You can rub it with your fingers or with an applicator such Beauty Blender or Silicon Sponge or whatever you call it.

Pros: This concealer is usually lighter and not too oily, so you can add more layers.

Cons: Because it is a liquid, this concealer has a texture that is difficult to manage because it will 'run' anywhere.

3. Cream Concealer

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Not like liquid concealer, this type of concealer poured into a small container, such as eyeshadow container. The texture was soft and creamy.

Pros: This concealer is suitable for dry skin. The texture is creamy and moisturizing, but sometimes becomes it can be thick and heavy. Plus, it is easily to put it at your face.

Cons: Sometimes the consistency becomes too thick and greasy. It can show the outline of your face.

So, what type do you use right now? Mine is the cream type! -- So if you realize, there are many colours for concealer. But do we know what the function of each type of colours?

7 types of color correcting concealers ;


Purple, lavender, or lilac concealers are best suited for eliminating any unwanted yellow undertones on your skin. People with a pasty, dull, yellow complexion will love how a purple concealer or primer adds a beautiful glow to their face. To remove yellow tones from your entire face, consider a color correcting purple primer. If you’re looking to conceal yellow spots, a spot concealer is best.


Yellow concealers are perfect for hiding purple or blue bruises, veins, and under eye circles. Yellow concealers are typically the most general, and great for evening out skin tone to give a bright base for your foundation. Depending on your skin tone, they can also be a perfect as an eye shadow base if you don't have a eye primer handy.


If you're one of the lucky ones that doesn't have too many problem areas to hide, this will work fine for you. Any regular concealer should work to veil little imperfections or the occasional pimple. Just choose a shade similar to your skin tone, or one shade lighter, and you’re all set. This is also the best kind of concealer to use as a primer for making your lipstick last all day and night.


The color green neutralizes the color red, which is why green concealers are wonderful for getting rid of any redness on your face. Use a green based spot concealer to remove redness from an annoying zit, or any acne scars. If you have widespread redness, sunburn then a color correcting green primer will be best to significantly reduce redness and give an even toned base for flawless foundation application.


These are ideal for brightening around the eye area and masking signs of fatigue. That's why this color is best to combat dark under eye circles. Since it's a great brightening agent, these concealers also work well to cover raccoon eyes and to give sallow olive tones skin a much needed radiance.


White concealers can be intimidating if you're not sure how to properly use them. If you’re not careful, you can easily end up looking like "tepung koma'. So, to avoid looking like a sick hospital patient, be sure to use white concealers for highlighting areas on your face. For instance, when you're highlighting and contouring your cheek bones, dab a little on your upper cheek bones, right under your eyes, blending outward towards your ears. You can also use this in the inner and outer corners of your eyes to appear more awake, under your brow bone for a subtle brow highlight and down the middle of your nose.


For all of you with lighter skin tones, you will want to stay away from orange concealers for the most part. The exception? If you're doing facial contouring and need something that can work as a liquid bronzer. Other than that, this color is perfect for people with darker skin tones looking to hide dark circles or other spots with deep discoloration.
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p/s : Just a good sharing, for more go to the blonde shell wordpress! Pening jugak eh nak bermain dengan warna concealer ni? huhu. By the way, a beginner like sab ni prefer pakai yg jenis neutral concealer type jelah kan.

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