You have certain makeup essentials in your vanity, just as you have certain items in your wardrobe. Makeup products like concealers are essentials in any makeup kit. However, concealers from Suvarna come in a wide range of textures and are designed for a variety of purposes. Which concealer should you choose? Worry not, we are here to help you decide which concealer is right for you. Here are the many types of concealers available from Organic Cosmetics and a guide on how to choose the right one for you.
- Liquid concealer
Although liquid concealers work on everyone’s skin, they are most effective on people with normal to oily skin to conceal dark circles under their eyes and redness on their faces. These concealers are not recommended for people with dry skin, especially if they claim to mattify the skin because they would dry it out significantly. You will only end up enhancing what is already dry on your face if you use it on your dry skin. It is important that you moisturise your skin well before using this concealer, even if you don’t plan on using it. You may also want to look for a liquid concealer made with non-comedogenic ingredients, so that it will not clog your pores if you have acne-prone skin.
- Balm concealer
In comparison to liquid concealers, balm concealers are thicker and will remain on your face all day, even if you have an oily complexion. Furthermore, there are on the market so many balm concealers that act as colour correctors, meaning that they neutralize certain colors on your face like redness, acne scars, pigmentation, dullness, etc. They are meant to be applied under your foundation. When used on your face, green colour corrector neutralizes redness and blemishes because it neutralizes redness. You can also use the orange corrector to neutralize pigmentation under your eyes and on your skin. It can be intimidating to use these concealers at first, but once you know which colours to use when, you’re good to go! Their thick texture allows you to layer them as well. Start off by dabbing a small amount of it on your skin with your makeup brush. You can then layer it if you wish.
- Cream concealer
Contrary to their name, cream concealers have a much thicker texture and consistency. Dark circles under your eyes and redness on your face are beautifully covered without drying out your skin. A cream concealer often comes in a pot and is hydrating for your skin. A cream concealer also helps to brighten and refresh your complexion. You should use a non-comedogenic and oil-free cream concealer if you have breakouts or acne-prone skin.
- Stick concealer
A stick concealer is perfect for hiding those little dark spots and blemishes since it comes in a semi-solid texture. It’s much more convenient to have them on hand when you’re on the go and want a quick touch-up. It is, however, very difficult to spread them out evenly. Concealer sticks are also heavy in consistency, so if your skin is combination or oily you should avoid them. If you became hot and sweaty, it would slip and spread all over your skin instead of locking itself on your breakout.