Friday, December 30, 2016

How to Conceal Redness or Acne on Skin using Color Correction feat. NYX HD Studio Concealer Wand

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Alright. It seems like concealing skin imperfections ranks high on your need-to-know list. Can't blame ya. Few things take the wind right out of your sail quite like skin troubles. I get it. I've been there.

We recently discussed how to use color correction to make dark under eye circles vanish.

And you guys requested more.

Specifically, you want to know how to hide redness on your skin when foundation and concealer alone aren't doing the trick.

Whether its a pimple rearing it's ugly head, rosacea, or a red nose courtesy of the winter weather, you can use color correction to conceal it.

The same color theory principles apply here. But instead of reaching for an orange tone, you'll be reaching for green. A green color corrector, like the NYX HD Studio Concealer Wand ($4.99), will help counteract red tones in your skin.

Why? Because red and green fall on opposite sides of the color wheel.

Now, let's take a look at how to use green color corrector to hide redness in your skin in the video below. Don't forget to keep submitting your requests!

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