Concealer Class: Sabrina Molu

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Meet Sabrina Molu, the charming and witty voice behind Simply Sabrina.  In a city of transplants, she's a born & bred Atlantan with a creative soul and a love of fashion. Sabrina lives in the city with her high school sweetheart – turned husband and their puppy Theo. She started Simply Sabrina over 5 years ago and it is a collection of articles for the 20-something woman.

We sat down for a Concealer Class with Sabrina to learn her tips & tricks on concealing, highlighting and contouring like a pro. Let's get schooled...

 

Q: When applying makeup, when and how do you rely on concealer?
A: My undereye circles are probably my biggest concern when it comes to concealing. I usually dab a bit on my nose, under my eyes, on my chin and under my nose even when I’m headed out the door quickly.

 

Q: Concealer is a gift! But using it properly can be tricky. Please describe some concealer “oops” you’ve seen or experienced.
A: Color matching is big! It gets tricky because concealer should technically be one shade lighter than your foundation. I’ve certainly worn the wrong shade and saw ghostly results once I took a picture – yikes!

 

Q: How does Power Play Concealer stand out vs. other concealers you’ve used?
A: I love the color options. I usually get 3 options with medium skin: light medium, medium medium, and dark medium – I was so impressed by the options available to me within my shade range.

 

Q: Share a tip (or two!) about using concealer—and using it properly.
A: I like to make a triangle under each of my eyes. I think that helps distribute the product evenly and brighten that area without caking on the concealer.

 

Since we’re talking class — and it is back to school season...

Lightning Round

Favorite Class in School?

"Contemporary Issues - we discussed and debated highly controversial issues and learned how to express our opinions"

Favorite Cafeteria Lunch?

"Cool Ranch Doritos and a can of Coke everyday 🙈"

Your High School Beauty Look?

"Mineral foundation, a nude lip, and lots of black eyeliner. I’m talking on top of the eyelid, on the bottom, waterline top, waterline bottom – the whole shebang"

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