Video: How to Hide Nasolabial Folds With Concealer

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Nasolabial folds can be hidden using the careful application of concealer. Hide Nasolabial folds with help from a makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Teresa Michele

Teresa Michele

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Teresa Michele Coates is a makeup artist who specializes in fashion editorial, commercial print, bridal makeup, and fashion shows. Coates' future plans include film and television makeup, which she hopes in turn will further her career as a makeup artist. She has lived in Southern California her entire life and has been working as a professional makeup artist for several years now. Graduating from MUD (make-up designory), Coates' has developed more versatility in creating different looks. Her ability to go from flawless makeup to something beautiful and creative is something Coates hopes the world will be able to see and embrace soon. She loves what she does and will continue in the path of becoming a great makeup artist.

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Hi, my name is Teresa and I'm a Makeup Artist. Today, I'm going to teach you how to hide your nasolabial fold with concealer. The tools that you're going to need today are a concealer brush, translucent powder, a powder brush, a wedge and of course concealer. So, what we need to do to achieve this look is take your concealer and again, you want your concealer to be close to your skin tone 'cause you don't want it to look too dark and your nasolabial fold is from here all the way down to the outer part of your mouth. So, let' take our concealer; we're going to go from the outside of our nose downward on our nasolabial fold. You want to take a little bit of the lighter concealer because highlight brings stuff out and our nasolabial fold is dark. So, we want to use a highlighter concealer on it so that it will bring it out, so then it will hide it. We're going to do the same with the other side, take it downward and blend it out. And after we're done with the highlights, we are going to take our translucent powder, just run your blush over the highlighted concealer that you've used to set it so that it won't go anywhere and it will give you a flawless look. And that is how you hide your nasolabial folds. And remember, the tools that we used to achieve this look was a concealer brush, a powder brush, translucent powder, a wedge and concealer. Thanks for watching.

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