For a big day out, when you have to look your best, you cannot expect traditional skin care products to instantly camouflage scars, blemishes and hollows ((Eww.. why don't I have flawless skin?) of your facial skin. If you have blemishes, use a concealer before applying foundation. Also avoid too much of powder on your pimples, or they'll attract attention.
To make your facial skin look better temporarily, Dr Schultz, for a change, suggests using a makeup trick often used by professional makeup artists -- To hide bumps and holes on your face, use a slightly darker shade of makeup (compared to the rest of your face) on bumps (high points), and use a slightly lighter shade of makeup (compared to the rest of your face) on holes and hollows. These tips work because areas that are darker than the surrounding ones appear depressed (i.e., lowers the appearance of a high point) and areas that are lighter than the surrounding area appear raised (i.e., elevates the appearance of low points).
(Guest Post by Dhanya)
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