November 23, 2017

We know that for many people rosacea or redness of the skin can be a real cause of insecurity, but it shouldn't be! Here is a short and simple tutorial to help with covering and concealing rosaces and redness using Glo Skin Beauty. Check out our guide below.

Concealing Rosacea Step-By-Step

  1. To help even out the skin tone, apply Tinted Primer SPF30 (shade Medium used) all over the face using a flat brush.
  2. Next, use our best-selling Pressed Base (shade Honey Light used) sweep over the face, building up the coverage to your desired level. The Pressed Base will give your skin a flawless, semi-matte finish.
  3. To spot treat any areas which might need some extra attention and coverage, apply the Oil Free Camouflage concealer (shade Golden Honey used) with a small concealer brush.
  4. Then use the Liquid Bright Concealer (shade Sunburst used) to conceal and brighten the under eye area.
  5. Spritz the skin with Hydration Mist to hydrate and soothe the skin, leave to dry for a minute or two.
  6. Finally, dust the skin with Perfecting Powder to set your finished, flawless look for all day wear
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