Two complementary shades suit variations in skin tone: The lighter shade brings brightness to the eye area, while the darker shade can be blended directly onto the skin to obscure imperfections and dark spots. All-day, crease-proof wear; easily blendable for a flawless finish.
- Enriched with moisturizing Vitamin E
Like foundation, concealer is best applied with fingers. The heat of your skin warms it, so you can literally mold it onto the face.
Everyone needs concealer. I like to apply it with the top of the ring finger (it's the weakest and, therefore, gentlest finger to use on the skin) and blend it with a Flat Concealer Brush. Start with a minimal amount, especially on blemishes, and gradually build up coverage for the most natural and least noticeable effect.
Only apply concealer where you need it. Pull your chin toward your chest and look up, then apply concealer only where the skintone appears darker. Avoid placing concealer under the entire eye, as it could create a heavy-looking effect. –Jane Richardson, International Makeup Stylist
Mix both Duo Concealer shades together for a perfect match. I love to use concealer mixed with a small amount of Copacabana Illuminator to brighten under the eyes. –Tracy Silva, Lead Trainer