A few years ago, a friend posted a YouTube video of a makeup kit with an extremely detailed tutorial on how to apply a layer of concealer to the forehead.

This video went viral, and has since been viewed more than 15 million times.

Since then, I’ve seen the video more than 100 times.

But when I watched it again this week, I was surprised by how well it worked for me.

The makeup kit was designed to be easy to apply and take off.

You just dab a little of the concealer over your eyes, apply a little concealer, and wipe it off with a soft, water-based cloth.

It worked for all of my skin types and all my skin tones, even my very dark skin tone.

But it wasn’t for everyone.

For one thing, the concealers didn’t cover the dark areas of my face, leaving my skin vulnerable to the sun.

The same could be said for a lot of other makeup products on the market today, including eye shadows, mascara, and lip glosses.

And that makes it hard to recommend them.

The fact is, if you’re not a makeup expert, and you don’t want to spend a ton of money on a makeup item, there are probably better options available. 

When you’re starting out, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the options.

But if you follow the steps outlined in this guide, and make a commitment to follow them regularly, you’ll never need to go shopping again. 

The steps below are based on my experience as a makeup artist, and my experience of working with other makeup artists. 

1.

Choose your concealer.

If you want to try out some of these concealers, I recommend using two of them.

One is a foundation that you can wear over bare skin, and the other is a light-medium concealer that you might want to use as an under-eye concealer when you’re using concealer as a liner.

The foundation can be a mix of shimmery, glittery, and matte colors, and they work well on any skin tone and any face shape.

If the concealest concealer doesn’t do your skin any good, you can try one of the light-moderate ones for more natural looking makeup. 

2.

Choose a foundation with a matte finish.

There are many foundations with a neutral, matte finish that are great for a start, but you’ll need to work your way through the rest of the foundation in order to find the perfect one.

I’ve already talked about foundation with an intense matte finish, but I also like to experiment with matte-finished foundations that have a softer feel to them, and I also find that the matte finish works well for darker skin tones. 

3.

Try to avoid eye shadow and lipgloss.

If I was buying a makeup product right now, I’d be buying a lot more than just foundation, so I’d like to avoid the shadows, concealers and lipsticks that are often the most common items in the makeup aisle.

If they’re not your thing, try to find some other concealers or lipsticks for more subtle eye shadow, as well as some more sophisticated lip gloss. 

4.

Choose some eyeshadow colors.

Some makeup artists recommend using the same eyeshadows that you buy in the store for the rest, and that will work just fine.

I don’t think that’s a good idea, because your eyes can start to dry out with time.

If your eyes have already dried out, you might also want to consider getting some of the best-quality high-quality eyeshades that are available, which are made from synthetic pigments, not actual pigments. 

5.

Go with one concealer at a time.

Even though some concealers have a lot to work with, you’re going to have to do a lot with one product.

You might want a different color for your brow bone, or you might not need to do anything at all.

This is okay, because the beauty of this guide is that you’ll get a better idea of how to mix and match products based on the products you already have.

If there’s one thing that I love about makeup, it seems to be that there’s never a set formula for it.

So if you can’t find something that works for you, it’ll be better to stick to one product at a given time. 

6.

Try using concealers for the right shade.

Some concealers can be very good for different skin tones and skin tones can be different in other areas of the body.

You’re going in with a foundation or a lipglaze, for example, and it might be great for the darkest skin, but if you’ve got a little bit of redness around your eye area, you may want to go with a darker color.

The beauty of concealers is that they blend in with your skin, so they don’t completely cover the skin.

So try to blend in as

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