Here are 7 different quick and easy ways to get the best out of your concealer.
Whenever you are highlighting underneath your eyes, draw the concealer in a triangular motion instead of in a circular motion. This will help create the illusion of a face lift and also covers dark under eyes perfectly.
To cover up a pimple, apply a decent amount of the green concealer just on the pimple, then apply a concealer that is your exact skin color over the green concealer, and then finish up by adding setting powder.
In the absence of an eyelid primer, simply dab a bit of concealer over your eyelid before applying your eye shadow. This trick allows your eye shadow stay longer and prevents you from wasting your eye shadow because this trick allows your eye shadow stick on better.
To make your lip look bolder and more defined, simply dab concealer all over your lip, trace your lip with a lip liner that matches your lipstick, then trace the line with a concealer and angle brush, Smoothen out and add your lipstick. Contouring can create a faux shadow to make your bottom lip look bigger and add dimension. Lining and contouring the inner line of your can create an illusion that makes it appear slimmer than it actually is.
Making a mistake when drawing your winged eyeline can be one of the most upsetting things ever, and trying to correct it with more eyeliner just makes it look worse. Instead of wiping out the entire thing, simply use your concealer to correct and perfect your winged eyeliner, by using a concealer and angle brush to trace the eye liner and get the perfectly winged cat eye for your look.
Use a darker shade (2-3 shades darker than your actual skin color) of concealer round your forehead, the outer of your nose bridge, underneath your cheek bone, and your jaw line, to create a slimmer and more defined face.
Use both a bright and dark shade of concealer to contour and highlight your collarbone to make it look slimmer and more structured.