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Make-up Tips

Step 1

Apply a loose powder after you have completed the application of your foundation and concealer, and before applying eye makeup.

Step 2

Release powder into the top section of the container by tipping the container and gently tapping the bottom.

Step 3

Take a large fluffy brush or a powder puff and dip it into the powder. Tap the tool lightly over the container to remove any excess.

Step 4

Dust your face with powder. Stroke your face gently to cover all areas evenly.

Step 5

Touch up your makeup throughout the day using pressed powder. Dab a small amount of powder onto a cosmetic puff and apply it to shiny areas or places where your makeup has become thin


Having pimples and spots isn't easy and even the most confident of people can become self-conscious and upset. Whether you suffer from a lot of spots or just the occasional breakout, follow our advice to help you cover up even the most noticeable of acne.

  1. Step 1: Prepare

    Before you even contemplate techniques to cover spots it is important to prepare correctly. This means always washing your face thoroughly before going to bed.

    Wash your hands before handling your face. Dirt and oils on your hands will only aggravate the blemish.

    Also make sure you moisturize any blemishes as it will be easier to cover soft skin than to cover dry skin.

  2. Step 2: Foundation

    Depending on what suits your skin, you could use either a foundation or a tinted moisturizer on your face, and for smaller blemishes and spots this can sometimes be enough. This isn't a necessity but if you normally use these products then they should be applied before any concealer is used.

  3. Step 3: Concealer

    Put a small amount of concealer on the back of your hand, and using a small brush, your finger or cotton bud apply it directly onto the spot.

  4. Step 4: Blend

    Finally, using a small brush, blend the concealer at the edges of the spot onto the rest of the skin to give a more even finish.

Warning: Using too much makeup to cover blemishes may make skin look blotchy. Start conservatively, and add as needed.