What is it: A customizable concealer from Laura Geller that completely covers and camouflages the appearance of imperfections with a unique trifecta shade-matching system.
Who is it for: Any skin tone or skin type, especially those looking for a flawless appearance.
Why is it different: Different shades allow for custom concealing that always blends perfectly into skin. The universal peach color corrects any areas of purple, blue, or green discoloration--commonly seen in the under-eye area. The lighter concealer shade can be used to highlight specific areas, including the tops of cheekbones and any other area that's experiencing dullness or darkness. The darker concealer shade can be used to cover any dark or red spots on the face and can be blended with the lighter shade and/or universal peach shade to create your perfect color. The concealer contains antioxidants centella asiatica and white tea extract, as well as vitamin C and vitamin E.
How do I use it: Step 1--Camouflage. Swirl concealer brush in the universal peach shade and lightly apply to any areas with purple, blue, or green undertones, paying special attention to the under-eye area. Tap gently with ring finger to blend into skin.
Step 2--Conceal. Swirl the concealer brush in the darkest concealer shade and apply to dark spots and imperfections. Mix with lighter shade if necessary to create your perfect, seamless color. Tap lightly with ring finger to blend.
Step 3--Correct. Swirl your concealer brush in the lightest shade and apply to areas of darkness and dullness. Focus on the top of the cheekbones or any area that needs highlighting. Tap gently with ring finger to blend.
Concealer can be applied with fingertips or a brush. Use separately or blend shades together for custom concealing.
From Laura Geller.
- Includes Correct & Conceal Concealer Palette and concealer brush
- Light: porcelain, fair, and light skin tones
- Medium: medium to golden-medium skin tones
- Tan: tan to deep skin tones
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