Concealer is one of those products I never really learned how to use, but the older that I get the more I realize I need the blessings it offers to my blemished skin.

Scrolling through YoutTube videos today I ran across one that seems to show not only 'how to' apply the concealer, but also pitfalls to avoid. Apparently, I also learned that I need other products as well. Eye cream is important to moisturize the skin, first. There is another step that involves a correcter - I'm not sure what this is, but I'm going to my local beauty score to ask.

The third step is actually the concealer, and apparently I need two shades for tan days and not-so-tan days. One shade lighter than my foundation is supposed to the magic shade. Technique is also important - layering is key. Power is the important finishing touch.