Coloured concealer palette tutorial
Knowing what concealer colours to use can be really confusing so today I am going to share with you what colour concealers you should use for things dark circles, redness, freckles, highlighting, contouring the list goes on!
Recently I got the Zoeva Concealer Palette which contains pretty much every concealer colour that exists so I’ll go through each one and explaining what you need to use what for.
Watch below to see my Zoeva Concealer Palette in action for a flawless makeup look
I hope this video was helpful in explaining coloured concealers to you! If you have a question, just leave a comment below and I’ll get back to you.
And remember, you don’t need to be a model to look like you’ve stepped off the runway – you just need a killer wardrobe and some lipstick!
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Zoeva Concealer Palette: Corrector shades
Lilac, yellow & rose are all great for dark circles under eyes. Lilac neutralizes yellow discoloration and any heavy dark circles while rose neutralizes pale, greenly circles and the yellow concealer neutralizes dark circles that are blue or purple (which is the colour I use).
Green neutralises redness, blemishes and broken veins.
Pink covers freckles.
Orange neutralizes bluish circles and corrects moles on dark skin tones - I don’t use this as concealer but I do use it for something else that I’ll come back to later.
White is for highlighting, so is suitable for down the bridge of the nose, the brow bone and high points of your cheeks.
The mocha toned brown and dark drown can be used to define and contour the face shape I don’t really use the mocha shade on myself but I do use the dark to contour. Before using the dark brown I am going to buff out all that concealer that I just applied (I look scary!) I’m using a Zoeva 142 Concealer Buffer Brush to buff and blend. It’s important to note to take your time when blending concealer, it can sometimes take a few minutes so just go slow and be patient.
Once the concealer is all blended, I then popped some foundation over the top of the concealer to warm it up.
Zoeva Concealer Palette: Larger shades
On to the larger concealer shades in the palette, they are basically suited to different skin tones to be used as a concealer and you can use them to contour your face. I use the darkest brown in the palette from the corrector shades along with a dark shade from the larger shades to contour my face and also a lighter colour to highlight.
And that orange shade I mentioned before, I use that as a cream blush and also lipstick.
At the end of the tutorial I set all my lovely cream work in with a Transparent Powder from Makeup Store.