If you have a pockmark -- a concave scar -- on your face from acne or chicken pox, you can conceal it by filling it in with a concealer that's just a shade lighter than your skin tone. Here's how to do it:
- Using a small makeup brush with a pointed tip, dip the brush into the concealer.
- Dot the concealer into the pockmark, filling the center of the scar. Be careful not to go outside the scar.
- Allow the concealer to dry, then dust with a powder.
For raised scars, it's best to use a concealer that matches your skin tone.
For tips on how to use concealer under your eyes and on blemishes, check out my article, How to Properly Apply Concealer.
More on concealing blemishes:
- How to Cover Acne Scars
- How to Cover Up Scars, Spider Veins or Varicose Veins
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