Concealer makeup is used to hide and cover up blemishes on your skin. Apply concealer for porcelain skin with help from a beauty and entertainment industry veteran in this free video clip.
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Hi, my name is Shannon. I'm a makeup artist, and today I'm going to show you how to apply concealer for porcelain skin. The tools we're going to use today to conceal is a concealer palette, setting powder, and a corrector palette. You also need a primer. The brushes we're going to use are a concealer brush and a powder brush. Start by applying your waterproofing primer, squirt it directly right onto the brush. Let's apply our concealer. So start applying right underneath the eye here, getting really close to your lash line and the inner side of the eye here in the corner and go over the eyelid as well just to get any discoloration that's on the eyelid, especially if you have porcelain skin there might be a lot of translucency in the skin where you can see a lot of redness or even blue from veins that are coming, showing through the eyes. You can also spot treat at this point. To cover redness, just blend right over the area, usually it's around the nose, through the cheeks, wherever you're experience it, just apply with a brush, go back with your finger and really use that heat from your finger to melt it in. You really want it to be flawless and seamless and not look like you have cakey heavy makeup on. Make sure you get all the redness in the skin and even out your complexion. For brown spots, you want to take your orange concealer and dab it right on the area of concern and then take your finger, allow the heat to melt that concealer right in just by tapping it. See that? There's a few more up here so you want to just tap on the brown spot and you want to use orange because orange counteracts brown. So if you look on a color wheel you'd see that it's directly across so it will counteract and neutralize the brown in the skin but you don't want to look yellow either, right? So we're going to go back and conceal it now with your natural color right on top. So now we're getting this really smooth even skin tone with nothing coming through. You can go ahead and set it with a powderpuff. This really packs it on and keeps it from moving. You can do it for all the areas where you've just applied your concealer just to keep it on. It also gives it a really smooth, flawless finish, kind of softens it all up. So that's how you apply concealer for porcelain skin.