Best Ways to Cover up acne


Use a color correcting concealer

Covering your pimples with concealer and foundation will only go so far. If you want to get the maximum amount of coverage out of your complexion products, you need to use color corrector concealers on your pimples. For breakouts, you can use a green concealer. This will help neutralize any redness that may peek through your foundation. You can also do this with dark spots. To cover dark spots, use a peach or red color correcting concealer.

Written by Julie Walsh
9 months ago

Try a pimple patch

If you’re looking to quickly conceal a few breakouts without putting on any makeup, I recommend trying a pimple patch. These have become very popular in the skincare industry. Essentially, they act as a barrier to protect the breakout and help it heal faster. Hydrocolloid patches also help draw out the nasty stuff. Personally, I love the Mighty Patch Invisible patches for when I need something on the go. I use them at the gym to keep pimples hidden and avoid irritation caused by my mask.

Written by Clara Jensen
8 months ago

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