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Concealers for fair skin tones
Concealer for fair skin...
URBAN DECAY - Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer PRODUCT A weightless full coverage concealer with a wide range of tones, perfect for all skin types. It is on the thinner side as far as concealers go. OPINION This has been my absolute favorite concealer for years. It blends well, doesn’t look cakey (but can make your under eyes look dry if you apply too much, which is my only complaint). I love the shade range, as I am fair skinned, but have a difficult undertone to match, I mix fair and light medium for my perfect shade. I highly recommend this and have used it on a bunch of clients. 4/5 stars!
URBAN DECAY-Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer
Matching my Skin tone with NARS and MUFE
My two product must-haves that match my warm but fair skin tone are NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer in Vanilla and MUFE Ultra HD Invisible Cover Foundation. They are my go-to products, which I am wearing in this photo. NARS Creamy Concealer has a great texture and blends well, Vanilla is one of the lightest shades and works well under my eyes and over my facial redness. MUFE HD Foundation I use a few different shades depending on the season, but I stick to the warm toned fair shades. The formula is great and it really blends well into my skin for great full coverage.
NARS-Radiant Creamy Concealer
Glossier stretch concealer
Felt like swatching my Glossier stretch concealers for those who need to find their shade, since I'm currently quarantining while most likely having corona (I got tested yesterday and it's the 3 day test). Anyway, here's the comparison of Glossier's 3 lightest shades: ✨Note: on Glossier's website, they say to get the concealer shade that's the same as your skin tint's, but I find that the concealer usually needs to be lighter, so I recommend getting one shade lighter in the concealer. The undereye area is usually paler for everyone, so getting the same shade in concealer & skin tint sometimes doesn't help. The Glossier. - Stretch Concealer doesn't cover my undereye bags well, but goes a long way and I love the formula, since sometimes the liquid ones get annoying and are hard to set. This one is easy to set and really stays put - unless you have oily skin, and then you need lots of setting products. Overall, it's a great product and is best bought with the skin tint for $36, so you save $8 and can see what goes together for your individual skin tone. ✨FYI - the undertones of the concealers match the skin tints, making the shades literally identical to the skin tints. G10 - it's pretty tan and it's best for light/medium skin that's a little tan, or as a body foundation, since our faces tend to be lighter than our bodies. It's best to test out the Glossier skin tint & concealers since the undertones don't always suit everyone. G11 - good for yellow and pink undertoned skin, so it's good for light & light/fair skin with some tanness and for year-round use. G12 - best for fair skin since it has pink undertones and is pretty light, making it best for the palest peeps. Hope this helps!! Stay healthy everybody! Also school's starting soon and I hope everyone is able to adjust 💕
Natural Looking Concealer Application Tips & Tricks
The best concealer application makes you look awake, brightened up, and doesn’t age you by settling into your creases! Since I truly believe the magic is in the application, the concealer you have is probably just fine. That said, I really love the Kosas Revealer Concealer because is nourishing to the under eyes and the formula dries down nicely while still looking like skin! Kosas products are formulated without fragrance, talc, parabens, and dimethicone/cyclic silicon’s just to name a few. They are also cruelty-free. My skin tone is fair, and my skin type is normal to dry. I like to use my concealer for the occasional blemish and to brighten up my under eyes but the tips below are still applicable for wherever you might apply your concealer. For flawless concealer application: 1. Don’t apply too much product. I try not to apply the product directly to my face but instead to the back of my hand. 2. You could use your finger to tap a teeny bit of the product on the desired areas but using a Real Techniques beauty sponge to thin the product out on the back of my hand first (by blotting), then apply to the face delivers best results and is much faster. 3. Avoid applying directly under your eyes, smile lines, forehead wrinkles, etc. If you MUST have concealer on one of these “creasy” spots, go light. 4. Set it! Use a good setting powder to set immediately. For those areas like under my eyes where I want to conceal (even knowing I have wrinkles there) I use a setting powder to avoid creasing. I love the Aisling Organic Rice Setting Powder. Since its translucent it will work on most skin tones. It goes on light and I love the blurring properties it has.
Kosas-Revealer Super Creamy + Brightening Concealer
It’s the battle against the concealers!
It’s the battle against the concealers. I have four contenders to share with you today. I rounded up my top concealers to share with you what I love and don’t love about them. Below are the top four concealers that I keep in my makeup arsenal. Next to each concealer, I’ll add in which color I personally use. My Skin Type: I have combination skin (dry cheeks & oily T-zone). My skin tone is light with yellow/neutral undertones. 1. Clinique Beyond Perfecting Super Concealer (Very Fair 06) This is a 24-hour concealer that I love to hide my undereye bags with. I love that it’s 100% fragrance-free, and it has more of a liquid consistency compared to other traditional doe-foot applicator concealers. 2. Maybelle Fit Me Concealer (20 Sand) Not only is this the cheapest option on the list - it’s my personal FAVORITE. I can’t say enough good things about this bad boy! It’s full-coverage, non-drying, a perfect shade match, and it’s under $6. I can use it under my eyes, around my nose, and to cover up any pesky pimples that may come up. 3. Too Faced Born This Way Concealer (Light Nude) This is a super full coverage concealer, but I feel like it’s a bit drying on my skin. I think this may be best for someone with more oily skin than I have. I notice I get a little dry under my eyes if I don’t use a heavy-duty moisturizer underneath when I apply this concealer. While it’s a nice formula, and I know this one is loved by SO many, I don’t really see the hype. 4. Tarte Shape Tape Concealer (Light Sand) This is another one of those concealers that people rave about - and this one I totally get! This stuff is wonderful. It glides over my skin and gives excellent coverage. I do wish I had maybe gone one shade darker, though. My current shade works well in winter, but it’s a bit too light for my tanned skin in the summer.
CLINIQUE-Beyond Perfecting Super Concealer Camouflage + 24-Hour Wear
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