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How to Properly Make A Pimple Disappear With Makeup

No one will ever know what lies underneath!
IMAGE Tina Yong | youtube.com/makeupbytinayong ART Clare Magno

We hate it whenever we get a zit. Its ugly red head stands out, and it ruins our overall look. Thankfully, we've got access to the best foundations and concealers that can help us cover the blemish. The question is, do you know the proper way of applying the said products to fake a flawless complexion?

Youtube beauty guru Tina Yong reveals her newbie-friendly way of camouflaging the pimples. She starts by applying a thin layer of pigmented liquid foundation. She then conceals each spot, and blurs the concealed zit with a sponge. And to seal everything in, she sets the whole face with finely-milled translucent powder by pressing the sponge on the skin. The result is immaculate, and you won't find the finish cakey or thick. No one will ever know that you've got a blemish!

See how it's done in the video below:

This story originally appeared on Femalenetwork.com.

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* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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