Makeup 101: Spot Concealing

Here’s a short video on how I spot conceal a blemish.

Products used:

VMV Hypoallergenics Red Better Spot Corrector.

This is a non-drying acne balm that tones down redness and fights against inflammation. Using this product doesn’t make my blemish turn dark, which by the way is an indication that it got burnt. Remember that it is easier to cover a blemish that is red than a blemish that has turned into a scab.

To read more about this product click here.

Laura Mercier’s Secret Camouflage in SC4.

SC4 works for medium to golden skin tones like mine. Mixing the two shades together lets me attain the right shade for my skin tone. I have used this product for years; lasts quite a long time too. You only need to use very little of this product.

To read more about this product click here.

Makeup Designory’s Loose Powder in Desert.

I love the yellow tone of this loose powder. It doesn’t brighten the camouflage nor adds any “gray” tone to the skin, unlike when you use translucent powder. I use the powder in it’s true color. When I loose my tan or work on a client, I mix desert with some translucent powder to “lighten” it while keeping the yellow tone of the powder.

to read more about this product, peruse www.mudshop.com.

Beau-Temps Medium Sized Shadow Brush

I got this medium size shadow brush in some small beauty store near Ben Thanh Market in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam years ago. I could not find a link on the internet for it. I use natural hair brushes when spot correcting. I only get to pick up a little product from the pan, and it’s great for stippling as well.

Coastal Scents Blending Brush

The brushed I used for the loose powder was one is a set of 22 brushes that I bought from coastalscents.com. I use it for eye shadow or for any powdered product. Do take note, the Coastal Scents go on sale every so often. Like 50% off. Click here for the link to the brush set.

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