17 Effective ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ Tips for Concealing ๐Ÿ™ˆ Acne Scars for Self Conscious Girls ๐Ÿ˜” ...

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Have you ever wondered how to conceal acne scars?2

It may seem like a basic step to applying makeup, but there are some tricks that make concealing blemishes easier.

No one wants visible blemishes!

These easy tips will help you effectively conceal your acne scars.

1. Take Great Care of Your Skin

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Prevention should always be the goal, but pimples and blemishes are often unavoidable.

Itโ€™s important to have a thorough skin care regimen that you follow every morning and night.

At the very minimum, you should cleanse and moisturize your skin twice daily.

Make sure to remove your makeup before cleansing at night;

otherwise, washing your face with cleanser will only remove the makeup and not actually cleanse the skin.

Both are necessary for healthy skin.

2. Prep the Skin

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You should always apply makeup to clean, moisturized skin.

To enhance the appearance of your makeup and increase its staying power, apply a makeup primer before putting on your makeup.

Primers have a silicone base that helps fill in lines and evens out the surface texture of the skin.

It makes your makeup stay on longer and stay true to its actual color.

3. Choose the Right Color of Concealer

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Choosing a concealer that does not properly match your skin tone will only make the acne scar or blemish stand out more.

You want to choose a shade of concealer that is the most similar to that of your natural skin color.

If you canโ€™t find an exact match, 1 shade lighter than your natural color is the next best choice.

Never choose a darker shade for hiding blemishes.2

4. Apply Concealer Sparingly

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Applying too much concealer can make acne scars more visible or cause the makeup to look cakey.

Apply just enough to spread a light layer over the area you need to conceal.2

Remember that you can always add more, but itโ€™s more difficult to take away what youโ€™ve already applied.

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