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A flesh-toned cosmetic stick used to cover spots, blemishes, and dark under-eye circles.
cosmetics, greasepaintView synonyms
- ‘Here's the dilemma: You want a concealer to cover up and cure, but also to not look like nasty zit cream.’
- ‘Use a concealer to minimize any dark circles under the eyes or blemishes.’
- ‘For those with darker skin, choose yellow-based concealers, which counteract the blue in dark circles.’
- ‘To make lips appear fuller, add a concealer above the lip line.’
- ‘Don't forget to use a concealer or stick foundation that closely matches your skin tone, and set it with pressed powder to keep dark circles and puffiness out of sight.’
- ‘My sisters use their concealer and their pressed powder.’
- ‘I fixed my hair and clothes and touched up my concealer and makeup.’
- ‘There are plenty of new, better-than-ever concealers to hide everything from embarrassing blemishes to undereye circles.’
- ‘For dark undereye circles, peach-based concealers neutralize bluish tones while yellow-based ones erase darker circles.’
- ‘Make-up wasn't my thing, but mascara, concealer, and lip gloss were my life savers.’
- ‘If your concealer is in a lipsticklike form, Burgess recommends cleaning it by occasionally shaving the top layer.’
- ‘Finely paint the concealer on moisturized skin directly where the darkest part of the circle is and in between your eyes.’
- ‘Powder your concealer after applying it for extra staying power.’
- ‘Then, with a clean fingertip, top with your favorite concealer to spot out any redness or discoloration.’
- ‘Those days, I didn't know that concealers and bronzers exist.’
- ‘She then took out her concealer and eye make-up to hide the puffiness.’
- ‘I have tried a ton of cosmetic concealers, but I just can't get it to look right.’
- ‘Her usually makeup-free face was covered with concealer, and eyeliner and eye shadow was smudged around her eyes.’
- ‘Dot concealer on any blemishes, then blend on foundation, followed by a swipe of mascara.’
- ‘If I had his job, I would need all the under-eye concealer and foundation I could get.’
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