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Learn concealer tips and how to use an all over concealer to conceal blemishes, dark circles, discoloration, and redness with a full coverage concealer.
Concealer is a makeup staple for many. With its ability to correct, conceal, cover and help create a flawless finish to makeup and conceal dark circles, redness, blemishes and discoloration it’s easy to see why its loved.
Concealer has many benefits but not all concealers are created equal. With many concealers prone to creasing and caking whilst also clogging pores to some offering full coverage and others offering very little it can sometimes be difficult to select the right concealer for you…
If you’re looking for concealer that does it all try Teint Idole Ultra Wear All Over Concealer.
One question you may find yourself asking is “Can I use the same concealer all over my face?” with some concealers specially formulated for dark circles and others formulated for blemishes and breakouts you may think you need a separate concealer for each concern. Teint Idole Ultra Wear All Over Concealer however is just as the name says – an all over concealer. The ultra-blendable concealer with a natural matte finish is able to conceal a variety of concerns including dark circles, redness, discoloration, dark spots, breakouts and blemishes.
With 24 hour hydration and wear the ultra-blendable consistency and lightweight full coverage with a soft matte finish -- Teint Idole Ultra Wear All Over Concealer checks all the boxes of an all over concealer.
As Concealer for Dark Circles:
Concealing dark circles is often the go-to use for concealer but finding a concealer that won’t crease or cake but still provides full coverage isn’t always a seamless experience. With full coverage and 24 hour wear and hydration in addition to no creasing or caking the concealer is a go-to option as a concealer for dark circles.
As Concealer for Redness and Discoloration:
With an ultra-blendable formula comfortable wear and 24-hour hydration Teint Idole Ultra Wear All Over Concealer is suitable for covering areas such as redness and discoloration. The combination of comfort with a natural matte finish and sweat-resistant properties means the product can be worn on areas which have a larger surface area to cover without feeling heavy or greasy. Application on these areas are super easy thanks to the targeted applicator which includes a tapered flat side so you can swipe concealer on in an instant!
As Concealer for Blemishes:
Thanks to its weightless full coverage and the precision flexible applicator the concealer is ideal for applying targeted coverage to blemishes breakouts and pimples. Plus — the non-comedogenic formula won’t clog pores.
To Contour, Highlight, and Sculpt:
Not just a concealer for imperfections, Teint Idole Ultra Wear All Over Concealer can also be used to contour highlight and sculpt the skin. As an all over concealer it can be used to add sculpting and definition to underneath cheekbones and brightness to the highest points of the face like the cupids bow and the tops of the cheekbones. With its hydrating properties and ultra-blendable consistency it’s super easy to sculpt and define your face without any caking or creasing.
When and where to apply concealer in your makeup routine is a commonly asked question for many. Should you apply concealer before foundation? After foundation? After moisturizer? Everyone has their own preference but for best results it’s recommended to apply your concealer after applying foundation. By applying concealer after your foundation you will be able to see exactly where extra coverage is needed without having to apply as much concealer. This is especially true for foundations like Teint Idole Ultra 24 Hour Longwear Foundation which provides 24 hours of full coverage (and teams perfectly with Teint Idole All Over Concealer)
For days when you just don’t feel like wearing foundation you may like to just wear concealer. Try applying concealer over primed and moisturized bare skin for quick targeted concealing on any areas where full coverage is needed (like dark circles and redness or that pesky breakout)
After applying foundation use the ultra-precise flexible applicator wand to apply targeted coverage onto blemishes discoloration dark spots and redness. Gently tap and blend with your finger to seamlessly blend or use a concealer brush to gently press the concealer into the skin and gently blend the edges for a flawless finish. Choose a shade that matches your base skin tone.
For a brightening and highlighting effect apply a concealer one shade lighter than your base skin tone over the under eye area to conceal and brighten dark circles. Use the warmth of your fingertips to gently tap press and blend the product into the skin.
For an added highlighting effect apply the same shade on the center of the forehead down the center of the nose and on the cupid's bow and top of the chin to highlight the high points of the face. Use your fingertips to blend.
After applying foundation select a concealer shade 2-3 shades deeper than your base skin tone. Using the precision applicator apply 1-2 dots of product underneath the cheekbones down the sides of the nose around the jawline and around the forehead/temples.
Use your fingertips to gently tap and blend the product or use a contour blending buffing brush in small circular motions to buff and blend the product into the skin for an airbrush finish.
• Create the illusion of a mini “face lift” (as seen on TikTok) using a slightly lighter shade of concealer than your natural skin tone. Apply concealer around the eyes (the outer corner of the eyes, the inner corner and on any dark circles), the outer corners of the mouth and the bottom corners of the nose in an upward motion and blend with a sponge.
• Use the targeted applicator to apply concealer on the under eye area after applying eye makeup to clean up any eyeshadow fallout.
• Wipe off any excess product and using the targeted flexible applicator apply concealer one shade lighter than your skin tone around the outside of your lips after applying lipstick. This will help clean up any mistakes and make the lips look larger.
• Apply a small amount of pale concealer to the eyelids prior to applying eyeshadow to prep the eyelids for total color intensity.
• Smooth and hydrate underneath the eye area before applying concealer with Advanced Génifique Hydrating Eye Cream (learn more about the importance of hydrating the under eye area)