In this video I demonstrate how to conceal any bruising that may occur after having a facial procedure done.
If you follow these basic steps and use the proper quality products, you too can achieve professional results with ease.
All it will take is a little bit of practice to get familiar with the textures.
You can do a great job on your own!
- Start with a clean dry face.
Apply any facial serums or treatment that you normally would.
Allow your product to absorb fully.
- Your regular moisturizer is next, giving it enough time to fully penetrate the skin.
- Once the moisturizer is absorbed, follow up with a nice basic thicker primer, such a the Smashbox original oil free primer (US: SMASHBOX Photo Finish Foundation Primer). This happens to be one of my favourite’s for this type of situation. It gives a beautiful smooth surface to work with.
- After the primer had dried, with a small precise brush, apply the concealer (I used Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer / Amazon.com) exactly on the bruised area in a nice thin smooth layer.
- Follow up with a dusting of face powder.
- Repeat the concealer application, this time also blending the edges by gently patting with a finger or feathering out with a small brush (I used Eve Pearl Contour Blender Brush No. 201 / US: EVE PEARL® 201- Dual Contour Blender Brush).
- Follow up with another light dusting of face powder.
- Then gently cover with one layer of your foundation (I used Eve Pearl HD Dual Foundation Light / US: EVE PEARL High Definition Dual Pressed Powder) to give you a seamless undetectable finish. The brush I used here is the EVE PEARL 101 – Foundation Brush
- Add a fabulous lip colour (I used Mac Retro Matte Liquid Lipcolour / Amazon.com) and you’re good to go for the whole day.
By following these steps,you won’t have to worry about your cover up all day! A little more time taken at the start of the day, will save you the constant worry of touch ups through out the day.