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Step 1: Exfoliate
Exfoliate your face prior to using any acne concealer. This will ensure a smooth surface for the make-up.
Take a little extra time and use a facial mask with alpha hydroxy. This will further prevent future breakouts.
Step 2: Apply moisturizer
Apply a non-greasy moisturizer that inhibits oil production so your skin will not start to feel greasy during the day.
Step 3: Choose concealer
Choose a concealer based on your skin color and skin type.
Mineral-based make-ups tend to provide better coverage.
Step 4: Apply concealer
Dab a small amount of concealer onto your face and over your zits using either your clean fingers or a make-up sponge.
Do not rub it into the skin, but brush over the area with a light dusting of finishing powder.
Step 5: Look in a mirror
Take a quick look in the mirror to make sure the concealer is spread evenly across your skin. Now you can head out to start breaking hearts instead of popping pimples.
Did You Know?
Anyone can get acne, and it is estimated that almost 80 percent of 11 to 30 year-olds have had an acne outbreak, making acne the most common skin disease.
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