01/9Different ways in which you can use your concealer

Different ways in which you can use your concealer

Apply it on your eyelids: Want to make your eyeshadow last longer? Just apply some concealer to your eyelids. Blend it well and then apply your eyeshadow on top of it. The concealer will work as a base for your eyeshadow and will help bring out its proper colour. It'll also give the colour a smooth texture.

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02/9Lighten lip colour

Lighten lip colour

How often have you had an instance where you have a certain lipstick shade but it’s too bright or too dark for the daytime or for your mood? Many, right? All you have to do mix your concealer with your lip shade. The shade you achieve will be more likely to match your skin tone as you mix it with concealer of your skintone.

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03/9To neutralise pigmented lips

To neutralise pigmented lips

Cover your lips with concealer before you apply lip colour to neutralize your lips and make the lipstick colour pop. The natural pigmentation of your lips can interfere with the colour of lipstick, making it appear much different from what you thought you were buying. To preserve the original tone of the lipstick, lightly cover your lips with concealer, blend it with a sponge, and then apply lipstick over it.

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04/9To make eye makeup appear sharper

To make eye makeup appear sharper
Give your eyeshadow a strong edge by cleaning up the edge of the eye makeup with concealer that matches your skin tone. After making the line with the concealer, don't forget to blend it with a sponge or Beautyblender. This trick will make the edge of your eyeshadow look clean and professional. by Deesha Bondrereadmore

05/9Use it for contouring

Use it for contouring
Use concealer that's darker than your natural skin tone for contouring. Find a tone that's much darker than your skin and trace the lines of your cheeks, forehead, and chin. Just make sure to blend it really well. by Deesha Bondrereadmore

06/9Use green concealer to cover redness

Use green concealer to cover redness

Green helps neutralise the colour red. Which is why it can work wonders in hiding the redness on your face. Just dot it on the red areas and blend properly. If you have redness all over your face because of acne or sunburn, you could opt for a primer first and then use your concealer on your face to give it a smoother look.

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07/9Use it in place of foundation

Use it in place of foundation

If you've run out of foundation and need to make do with something, just take a few pumps of concealer and mix it with your day cream. Dot it on all over your face and use a makeup sponge to blend it over carefully. Apart from giving you a seamless complexion, it will also work as a moisturiser for your skin.

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08/9Apply it to your eyelashes for volume

Apply it to your eyelashes for volume

This hack will really come in handy when you don't want to opt for false eyelashes. All you have to do is apply some concealer to your eyelashes. Wait for it to set and then apply a coat of mascara to your lashes and you'll see just how much volume concealer can add.

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09/9Use it to angle your eyebrows

Use it to angle your eyebrows

This works really well when you haven't had time to get your eyebrows done. All you need to do is trace some concealer across your brow line along the arch and then fill in your brows as you normally do. It'll help give your brows that neat and clean look and will also help them look defined.

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