Concealer

  • 1 Cinema smiles
    It just takes a little skill with makeup if you want your lips to be the centre of attention. Take note of these four tips to help you make the...

  • 2 Cosmetic care
    We're always talking about taking care of your health with exercise and diet, and about which products to use to look after your skin and your hair etc., but here...

  • 3 Concealer – a secret ally
    We all miss out on sleep sometimes, whether it's because we've been out partying, busy studying, crying over a relationship, sitting up with a sick child or simply engrossed in...

  • 4 She’s got perfect skin: how to achieve a flawless complexion
    Slapping on a bit of base is only the first step to achieving a flawless complexion; the rest depends on hiding imperfections and making sure your make-up stays exactly where...

  • 5 Keep your looks long-lasting for Christmas
    What with all that kissing under the mistletoe, socialising and entertaining, never mind the time spent getting Christmas dinner ready in a hot kitchen, make-up has its work cut out...

  • 6

    Complexion perfection: Take care with concealer to protect skin from lines

    The skin under the eye is the thinnest on the face and therefore the most prone to 'mechanical' lines – those created by repeated actions, such as frowning. Tugging or...

  • 7

    Complexion perfection: Give concealer the perfect, lasting finish

    Whether you want to disguise spots, blemishes or undereye bags, you also want the confidence to know the result will last. The best way is to apply concealer with a...

  • 8

    Get the look: Summer smudge control

    Eyeliner smudges even more than usual during hot weather. To keep yours in place, blend a tiny dab of your normal concealer over lids, using an eyeshadow brush to get...

  • 9

    Eyes and brows: Conceal those circles

    Normally, we match our concealer to our foundation and skin tone. However, on holiday for the Christmas break, we mistakenly packed our normal solid concealer (Barbara Daly make-up for Tesco)...

  • 10

    Undo under-eye botch

    If you've over-done the under-eye concealer, resulting in make-up that looks cracked and caked-on, then dip a cotton bud in eye cream – not gel, which contains more water. Dab...



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