Covering Acne With Makeup

My sister was in the amateur makeup and hair business when we were kids. She practiced on her barbies, but I ended up becoming her life-sized Barbie. However, as we got older, her focus really turned more toward makeup, which ended up being somewhat beneficial for me. She liked to use those little liquids to get the hard spots, and then she knew how to blend in the color of foundation to your skin tone. But we also found that applying the powder foundation with a brush rather than a pad was more beneficial. It spread it in such a way that wasn’t as heavy, but it looked better. Of course, the type of foundation a person uses relies on a number of factors, from skin dryness to complexion, but this is what we found worked for us.

In addition to being a makeup novice, my sister had some really bad acne when she was in high school. The funny thing was that nobody actually knew about her bad skin. The bumps were small enough, and she did such a great job of covering them, that nobody seemed to notice. She also used eye makeup in such a way as to distract from other areas that she may not want other people to pay that much attention to. If you know what you are doing, it’s true that you can make it so that nobody knows the difference.

There are a few ways to cover acne and acne scars with makeup, but the most important is to do your own trial and error process. Find a product that works for you and that doesn’t take much time to apply. Some people find it easier to cover acne with makeup when they use a primer underneath a concealer and foundation. If you’re looking for a place to start, consider visiting a nearby department or makeup store and consulting a sales associate. They can help point you in the right direction, or even offer you a free makeover on the spot.

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