10 Effective Ways to Cover a Blemish


4. Shift Focus

Sometimes drawing an onlooker’s eye away from the blemish is easier than covering the problem. If a blemish is on your forehead, go for an exciting lipstick. If the blemish is on your chin, emphasize your eyes and play down your lips. Use this in combination with concealing techniques to get the best effect. If you have a great lip make up you will look bright and incredible. Everyone will pay attention to your lips.

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My favorite way to shift focus is to use a good lipstick. I think woman’s lips are the most attractive part of her face, and no one will deny this fact. Try to pay more attention to your lips and use a high quality lipstick so that everyone’s attention will go to your beautiful lips, not to your blemish. Every woman has different lip shape and there are some rules of putting on the lipstick, especially if you want to wear a red lipstick.

You need some practice to learn how to apply it correctly. If your lips are dry, consider applying a little bit of lip balm before applying the lipstick. If needed, try to conceal the lines around your mouse with some foundation or concealer first.