Tuesday, February 19, 2013

How To Correct & Conceal Acne

concealing a pimple is not an easy task, especially when said pimple is the biggest zit ever. my biggest zit ever tends to be the size of a mountain - albeit a tiny mountain. how to conceal this pimple takes a small amount of effort but follow the steps above and your plumped pore will quickly become banished to exile.
  1. identify the pimple
  2. locate moisturizer
  3. gently pat moisturizer over the pimple - these tend to be dry (the irony) so moisturizing will prevent those ugly flakes from showing.
  4. get yourself some Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage - the secret to concealing pimples.
  5. pat onto zit using your ring finger for delicate application.
  6. apply foundation to your entire face - when applying over the biggest zit ever, use a stippling motion rather than rubbing it in.
  7. pat a finishing powder over pimple to 'set' concealer. this will help keep the concealer from rubbing off and improve the concealment of your biggest zit ever.
in case i haven't hit it home yet your pimple will forever be concealed.

xo,
kristie

9 comments:

  1. This is seriously my favorite post ever! AMAZING AMAZING concealment! WOOOOOO

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  2. Ooooohhh.... thanks a ton for sharing! It's been a nightmare for me these past few weeks, not 1 or 2 but 4 on one side!!! Can't wait for them to disappear!

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  3. Thanks for sharing! I tried everything in this order this morning and it worked nicely! :)

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  4. Great post! I've been curious about the Laura Mercier concealer for some time & your post definitely inspired me to check it out next time I'm at a counter!

    xx Louise
    A Little Beauty Luxury

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  5. Great concealing method. I could use a lesson like this. And also learn about Laura Mercier. Will have to check it out myself :)

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  6. Hi i want to purchase the camoflauge product but not sure if the link directs me to the right product cause the picture above looks like a concealer and link shows like a powder..

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