I'll tell you how to do your makeup base | with a concealer.
Use a soft-type concealer on parts where you'd like to highlight such as under your eyes, sides of | your nose and next to your lips and use your fingers to | blend it in.
What type and color of concealer | should we use? First, the concealer should | have good coverage.
Then it must be applied smoothly.
I think that's the most crucial factor.
I think it's better to use | a soft-type concealer rather than a hard one.
Also, a concealer must come out | in various colors so that it could blend in well | on my skin to let others think | it's actually my skin.
You're not holding just | one concealer, right? I'm holding three colors.
Please show us.
They are in different tones.
I actually prefer using a concealer | as a makeup base.
I usually mix in a moisturizing balm with a concealer to make my face shine and | makeup lasts longer.
That's what I like.
Using three different tones of concealer It could give sufficient shadow effect and give us natural contouring.
That's what I think.
Since there are so many colors | in a concealer, it's good to match | your actual skin tone.
Also, depending on the use, | it could look more natural.
First, use a darker concealer to cover up the bags under the eyes.
That's how you can cover up | that purplish color.
Just one layer of concealer – could eliminate the darkness of this region.
– It's true.
– I agree.
It covered the bags up very well.
Another important part is | next to your lips.
If you cover up this area with | lighter color, it could turn white and feel weird – when you talk a lot.
I think it's important to cover up | dark areas with darker color concealer instead of | a brighter tone.
Another area to use a darker concealer | is the sides of your nose.
That part could turn red.
It's worse when it gets cold.
If you cover this area up | with a brighter color your nose could look like it's floating.
Cover it up like this.
Then use a concealer of your exact | skin color to cover up the blemishes.
Usually we use different type | of concealers depending on where you're covering.
But this is all of the same type, right |? Just of different tones? Yes, these are all of the same type.
Is it a good idea to do that? Just think of the concealer | as a thin layer of foundation.
It actually has better coverage and it stays close to your skin.
Lastly, use a brighter tone-concealer to highlight these areas.
Be sure to use just a small amount.
If you want to use concealers this way.
But just a thin layer of concealer It has brightened up her skin tone.
Then use a small concealer brush to cover up any blemishes you'd like to cover up more.
Is not that the toughest part? – This is the toughest part.
It's hard to cover up blemishes by blending it in well to the skin.
The easiest way is to use the remaining concealer | left on your hand.
Use your fingers and pat on the blemish.
Just on top? Yes, but remember not | to press down too hard.
Just lightly with | the tip of your fingers.
That looks very natural.
The instructor did the right side and the left is what you did | at home, right? Two sides look different.
How were the master's skills different? First, I was surprised that | she used three tones of concealer.
I liked that she used a brush to cover up the blemishb but | keep the skin texture.
I think I can get good use out of all concealers I have at home.
I'm most curious about how it feels around your eyes.
Coverage is really good.
– But I could feel stuffy.
– That's right.
When I normally use concealer at home it felt like I had something heavy | around my eyes.
But right now, it feels moist and light.
It looks like she has good | makeup base on just with a concealer.
It's almost perfect.
That's how well makeup was put on.