Three Ways to Use Power Play Concealer

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One Concealer to Conceal, Contour & Highlight.

Sleepless nights and breakouts have nothing on our new Power Play Concealer— a crease-proof, weightless, full-coverage formula that flawlessly covers dark circles and imperfections. Not only does this breakout liquid, complete with an easy-to-apply dome applicator, banish blemishes - Power Play Concealer can also be used for two of makeup’s trendiest techniques: highlighting and contouring.

 

Watch & read our easy-to-follow breakdown of the three ways to use this innovative product.

To Conceal
To Highlight
To Contour
To Conceal
  1. Dot concealer directly over dark circles, blemishes, or other imperfections using the spherical applicator
  2. Blend with a fingertip, brush, or sponge. Use a stippling motion to blend concealer into foundation and ensure a seamless, airbrushed look. Remember: More dots = more coverage.
To Highlight
  1. Choose a concealer that’s 1-2 shades lighter than your skin tone
  2. Dot over the high points of the face, including the top of the cheekbones, bridge of the nose, brow bones, cupid’s bow, and center of the forehead.
  3. To brighten the under-eye area, dot in a triangle formation.
  4. Blend with a wet sponge.
To Contour
  1. Choose a shade 2-3 shades darker than your skin
  2. Dot to trace the contours of the face, including the sides of the nose, jawline, perimeter of the forehead, and under the cheekbones.
  3. Blend with a wet sponge.
  4. Pro-Tip: If you are going to highlight and contour simultaneously, apply Power Play Concealer in both shades; then blend the highlighting shade first, followed by the contouring shade.

Not sure of your shade? Check out our ultra-handy Power Play Concealer Conversion Chart here that will guide you to the right shade for the technique you’re using—and the look you desire.

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