How to Use a Brush with Liquid Concealer

Getting the right makeup for your skin tone, and skin type can be tricky. Making sure your concealer reaches any fine lines and wrinkles without settling into them or making your skin look cracked, or dry can be even trickier. 

 

For these reasons, having the right makeup is important. But to get the most flawless results possible, you need to learn how to apply it well too. 

Getting The Right Shade

 

First things first: matching your skin tone. For some women, finding a shade of makeup that matches their skin tone can be difficult, especially if your skin tone changes throughout the seasons. At Fièra Cosmetics, we recommend that you choose the shade closest to your own for regular coverage, and a shade slightly lighter for undereye use. 

 

The Fièra Anti-Aging Concealer comes in five different shades: light, neutral beige, medium, deep, or dark. If you select a shade that doesn’t match to your exact liking, Fièra also offers a 30 day 100% money-back guarantee. 

 

Now that you’ve found your shade, let’s talk about application. 

Is It Bad To Apply Makeup With Your Hands?

Applying foundation and concealer with your hands can be a risky choice. If your hands aren’t completely clean, you could be exposing your skin to bad oils, and germs, potentially causing infection, acne, or irritation. 

 

It can be done – but for quality assurance, using a brush is a better option for a cleaner, more even application. 

Using A Brush

When using the Fièra Concealer Brush, we recommend taking a small amount on the end of your brush and sweeping it across any problem spots. For expert application, start towards the middle of the face, and work outwards. 

 

After a few uses, you can also clean the brush with makeup brush cleaner, or by using shampoo and water. 

Liquid Concealer vs. Stick Concealer

For mature skin, finding the right type of concealer can completely depend on the form of the concealer itself. For example, stick concealers can be better for coverage of imperfections like acne and are typically a bit heavier than liquid concealers. 

 

Liquid concealer, however, is much better for fine lines, wrinkles, and dark spots. The liquid quality allows it to reach those tough spots and is less likely to crease. Likewise, it’s light, so it’s discrete coverage. 

Before or After Foundation?

For the best possible results, you’re better off applying your concealer after your foundation. Of course, you don’t need to apply foundation at all, but it can set a nice base for the rest of your makeup, and even out the general tone of your face and neck. 

The Reviews

So, what makes the Fièra Concealer and Concealer Brush the best option for mature skin? 

 

92% of our customers said the Anti-Aging Concealer covered everything. 83% said they use it on a daily basis, and 93% said they would buy it again. Of course, successful coverage is important. But we go the extra mile. 

 

The Fièra Anti-Aging Concealer has active ingredients specifically meant not only to make your skin look good, but to make it feel good as well. For rehydration, to shield and protect, and to restore, we include the following:

 

  • Sodium Hyaluronate
  • Lecithin
  • Glycerin
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E
  • Hydrolyzed Collagen
  • Haloxyl

 

Right now, you can buy two tubes of concealer and get one free!

 

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