L'Oreal True Match The One Concealer, 1N Ivory, 6.8 ml
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Step 2. Next, use a damp makeup blender to buff your foundation, working from the center of your face, outward. Follow up with concealer like the L’Oréal Paris Infallible Full Wear Concealer up to 24H Full Coverage to mask blemishes or add more coverage. Additionally, choose one that’s two shades lighter to highlight the face or two shades deeper to contour.If you want to contour with concealer , you’ll need a shade that’s slightly darker than your skin tone — specifically, by one to two shades. This will help create those natural-looking shadows you’re after. Again, it’s a good idea to choose a concealer shade from the same collection as your blemish concealer. As we mentioned, cool undertones appear in your complexion as hints of blue or pink and will be categorized as C in True Match Super-Blendable Foundation. Warm undertones appear more yellow or golden and appear as W in True Match Super-Blendable Foundation. If your undertones are neutral, which means you have a mix of warm and cool undertones, this will appear as N in True Match Super-Blendable Foundation.
If you’re struggling with how to choose a concealer shade for your skin tone, you’ve come to the right place. Ahead, we share tips on how to find your concealer shade based on your unique needs. We rely on the L’Oréal Paris True Match Color-Correcting Crayon to get the job done. Use peach for fair to light skin tones, bisque for light to medium skin tones, and orange for medium to dark and deep skin tones. For redness, reach for a green concealer . If you think about the color wheel, you’ll recognize that green is across from red, making it the perfect shade to neutralize redness caused by blemishes and blotchiness. For blue and purple areas yellow concealer should be your go-to. It will hide blue and purple areas like broken capillaries and age spots. For dark spots, an orange-hued color is just what you need. Reach for a peach, bisque, or orange concealer to disguise dark circles and dark spots.Once you’ve narrowed down your undertone, it’ll be easier to find concealer that will work for you. Many brands will list their concealer shades with letters N, W or C to denote that they're either a neutral, warm or cool shade, which makes it much easier to narrow down your options. The L’Oréal Paris True Match Eye Cream in a Concealer, 0.5% Hyaluronic Acid comes in 14 shades that each specify whether they have cool, neutral, or warm undertones so you don’t have to play the guessing game.