Acne/Blemish Covering Makeup – Foundation & Concealer Tutorial


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The products I’ve used in the film are:

Bare Escentuals – Concealer Brush:

Becca – Shimmering Skin Perfector:

Clinique – Airbrush Concealer:

Clinique – Redness Solutions Foundation:

La Roche Posay – Cicaplast — Pro Skin Recovery Skincare:

MAC – Brush:

No7 – Concealer Brush:

No7 – Foundation Brush:

Shu Uemura – Goat Foundation Brush:

Sue Devitt – Powder Brush:

Vichy – Dermablend Corrective Foundation:

Vichy – Dermablend Setting Powder:

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I’ve had a lot of requests from people who suffer from acne asking me to film a tutorial on the best way to cover their skin with make-up, so I hope that all of you who have been holding out for it find it useful.

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  1. My problem isn’t concealing the redness of the spot, but rather the scabs or dryness around it. Even if I add light product and blend it out, it’s still evident because of the texture of the skin. I can’t just exfoliate that away because they’re still healing.

  2. I love this video and the point that you can mainly just cover the areas with the spots. My question would be this: My face is considerably lighter than the rest of my body, how do I apply the same ideas in this video to my face, but also make it match the rest of me?

  3. Lisa's blending ability is unreal. This is great. Wish I could have seen this tutorial back in 2012 when I was 22 and my skin had produced the worst acne of my entire life with the whole year. Some how I missed this video back then even though it was around.

  4. Thank you, thank you, thank you Lisa for this tutorial. I've been using it since I was 14 and it has saved my life! Ok maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration, but it has helped me a lot. I have the same kind of skin as Madeline and this routine is perfect for me. I swear by it!


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