10 Best Uses For Concealer

Concealer is a staple in any woman's makeup bag, but most only associate it with covering up imperfections. There are so many uses for this product that most people don't realize and it can change their makeup game forever. These uses will change your life as you realize what you have been missing out on all this time.

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We have compiled a list of some of the best ways you can use your concealer. You may already employ some of these methods, but others will blow your mind as you try these new methods at home. Keep reading to learn about the ten best uses for concealer!

10 Dark Circles

Sleep seems to be virtually nonexistent as we grow older, which is why we look for ways to hide our dark under-eye circles. The best way to hide them is to apply a layer of foundation, then add the concealer on top of it to thoroughly vanquish them.

You should also make sure you are applying it to your inner eye as well, so it looks uniform around your entire eye and the dark circles stay away for good. You won't believe the difference it makes as you go from a zombie to someone who looks like they already had their cup of coffee that morning.

9 Add Volume To Your Lashes

If your lashes aren't looking as full as you would like them to, then consider adding some concealer before applying your mascara. All you have to do is brush your liquid concealer across them, let it dry, then add your favorite brand of mascara.

It makes them bulkier and gives your mascara a better surface to grab onto and give you the look you were after. You will be amazed by the results, and so will your friends, as they all compliment you on your impeccable look.

8 Angle Your Eyebrows

This product is a lifesaver when it comes to creating crisp, sharp lines for your eyebrows. The best thing to use is a pencil to narrow in on perfect lines as you obscure any imperfections around these areas.

It is basically a cleanup tool that will help mask any mistakes you might have made when applying other portions of your makeup. It can be detrimental to try and wipe these spots away, which is why concealer is such a great thing to have on hand during these situations.

7 Make Your Lip Color Stand Out

If you feel your lipstick doesn't pop as much as you would like it to, then you should consider applying concealer to your lips. It acts as a primer, similar to painting your walls white before adding color, and it can help your lipstick really stand out.

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You should always apply some lip balm first to keep a layer of moisture present, and then you can go on to add the concealer. Some even recommend outlining your lips with a concealer pencil for maximum effects as it gives you a set of lips that you had always dreamed of having.

6 Fix Eyeliner Mistakes

We already know this can help you angle your eyebrows and fix any mistakes you have when crafting them, but it can even help mitigate eyeliner mistakes. Applying eyeliner is truly an art form as you attempt to draw perfect lines on an imperfect surface.

This can lead to mistakes, but luckily, it doesn't have to mean you need to start over. Instead, you can use concealer to touch up any of the imperfections to make it look like you did it right on the first try.

5 Use It To Contour

We all want to contour as well as the Kardashians, but oftentimes we fall short. Fortunately, concealer can help us in this department as it creates those looks we crave. All you need is three different shades of concealer with a standard shade, lighter shade, and darker shade.

It can also be helpful to have a small brush on hand to help with blending the product. You can choose to contour your entire face, or certain areas that you think should be more pronounced. The end result will look natural, and this product blends easily enough and doesn't require any top layers that could make it look messy.

4 Help Your Eyeshadow Last All Day

It depends on the type of concealer you are using, but some can be applied as an eyeshadow primer. This can be a great way to save a few dollars or if you happen to be in a minor pinch and need your eyeshadow to survive throughout the entire day.

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Concealer will even out your lid color, which can aid you in keeping your eyeshadow bright and consistent across your lids. Some say it will cause creases, but the only way to find out what works for you is by experimenting with a bit of your concealer.

3 Cover Your Acne

Concealer was created with acne in mind, and there are so many different types out there depending on the acne you are suffering from. If you suffer from oily skin, then you should stay away from oil-based concealers that can make you look like a ball of grease.

The redness that acne causes are best treated using green concealers for a bottom layer and covering it with a yellow-tinted concealer. This will help fade away those ugly red lines that seem to stand out on your face and give you an even look that no one can argue with.

2 Create A Tinted Moisturizer

Faces can grow dry and flaky, especially during the winter months when our skin has a tendency to dry out. You can fix this by creating a tinted moisturizer with your concealer. All you have to do is mix your favorite facial moisturizer with your concealer and apply it to your face.

It will add dimension and color, as well as even out your skin tone while supplying the helpful effects of your chosen moisturizer. It is also a great low-cost method of obtaining this sort of product as those premixed on the shelf can be quite expensive.

1 Highlight Your Face

This goes along with contouring, but it still requires a different concealer than those used for that process. You want to choose a light shade that will really make your face pop and it should be about two shades lighter than your skin tone.

Users will look flawless in no time as they apply this to their face and create magic through a lowcost concealer that does the job as well as any other product currently on the market.

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