Instead of just layering up your skin with concealer and foundation, it’s important to know smart ways of using your concealer without caking up your skin too much.
Apply your foundation first and then move on to the concealer, always. If you do it the other way around, most of your concealer will be off by the time you’ve applied the base foundation.
Draw an inverted triangle right under the eyes, towards the cheeks. This is a flattering way to under-eye make-up. Use a beauty blender for this.
To hide blemishes and marks on your back or chest, use a soft concealer pencil that matches your skin tone exactly. Then, brush on some powder over that area.
It’s best to use a pencil concealer over blemishes and zits. Then use a green concealer and blend it gently with a sponge blender and dab on some translucent powder.
If you've made any eye liner mistakes, dip an angular eye brush into very little concealer and hide those marks or creases.
Mix an orange colour corrector with a bit of concealer, in case of dark circles. This doesn't appear as white patches and blends into your skin tone well.
Simply dab on some concealer onto your eye lids, this keeps your eyeshadow in place and doesn't cause any creases as well.
For fuller looking lips, apply concealer at the centre of your lips and blend it out. Apply a lip gloss for a natural look.