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Pour une couvrance encore plus intense, on peut appliquer le correcteur, poudrer légèrement avec sa poudre préférée, puis le réappliquer. Et voilà les petites imperfections et les cernes masquées pour toute la journée !
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Super produit, facile à appliquer, texture agréable, couvrant les cernes tout en étant naturel. J'adore! J'utilise peu de maquillage et je suis totalement conquise par le produit! Concern:Cernes & Poches
bien couvrant, texture agréable, plutôt bonne tenue . Il faudrait davantage de teintes.
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Why is True Skin Concealer Ilia one of the best concealers?
If the best concealer doesn't exist, since everyone's skin and coverage criteria are different, one of our favorite concealers is undoubtedly Ilia True Skin Serum Concealer. With its light, silky texture, it's perfect for normal to dry skin looking for light but adjustable coverage. Capable of camouflaging the remnants of a too-short night's sleep, a small pimple or even localized redness, it's the concealer to have in your make-up bag. What's more, we love its multi-functionality, since it can actually be applied to all areas of the face, in dabs. It gives an immediate "bonne-mine" effect to all skin tones, without exception. It's just a question of knowing which shade is right for your skin, because the wrong concealer can also have the opposite effect, and look very unnatural! Discover our shade guide.
How do you apply concealer or corrector?
Apply concealer directly to shadowy areas. Ideally, you should start at the inner corner of the eye, but remember that no two people have the same shadows. If you have bags under your eyes, the shadowed areas are less close to your eyes, but will be located more towards the bottom of the circle, in a semicircle, which is where the product should be applied. For a natural result, apply with your fingertips. Alternatively, apply with a small, flat brush, alternating tapping and sweeping movements. To camouflage larger areas, such as marked redness, opt for a wide, flat brush or again with your finger. The trick to camouflaging small spots? Use a very small brush, like a lip or liner brush, then add material directly to the skin, tap with the brush and finish with your fingertips. You can also lightly powder to set the result. For a "lift" effect at eye level, use a small brush and add concealer to the outer corner of the eye.