Redness, blemishes, dark circles, or sallow skin, when it comes to camouflaging uneven skin tone, nothing works better than colour corrective concealer. But how do you use it? When should you use the green, purple, yellow, or neutral? Colour correcting is a lot easier than you may think, all you need to know is how to pick the right shades to address your skin concerns and achieve flawless coverage.
Glominerals Corrective Camouflage Kit contains four sheer, easy-to-apply neutralizing shades that help conceal skin imperfections using colour theory (understanding which colours cancel out others). The key to perfect coverage is to select the appropriate shade of concealer for your skin concern and the appropriate application tool. We like the Glominerals Camouflage Brush because it provides optimal control for detailed application and blending.
Below is an easy to use guide to help you achieve seamless coverage.
Use mint green if you are acne-prone or have red blotchy skin. Green is great for covering redness, scars and rosacea.
Use lavender to conceal yellow and grey undertones, as well as dark undereye circles on deeper skin tones. To conceal a sallow, dull complexion, apply to areas where the sun would normally hit your face: cheekbones, nose, and chin.
Use the neutral shade to conceal general skin imperfections, minor acne and dark circles under the eyes and dark spots caused by aging or sun damage.
Blend all colours out at the edges and with neutral shade for seamless coverage.
If you would like to learn more about Glominerals makeup and application tips and tricks to help you look your best, visit with us at the boutique and take advantage of one of our mini makeup workshops. You can make an appointment for a one-on-one session with our resident makeup-artist Ariane Lemire.