Tattoo Camouflage with Natural Cover


Camouflaging Dark Under-Eye Circles with Natural Cover


Skin Challenge: Hypopigmentation

Hypo-pigmentation is the absence of normal amounts of melanin (the chemical that gives skin color). It can be caused by disease, injury, burns or other trauma to the skin. The most common cause of hypo-pigmentation, however, is damage or trauma to the skin. Burns, infections, pimples, blisters, scrapes, and any injuries that result in scarring can all lead to skin discoloration. Be aware, too, that improperly administered skin resurfacing treatments, such as laser and chemical peels can cause skin damage that results in hypo-pigmentation.

Hypo-pigmentation can be tricky to treat. Topical medications sometimes help, and light-based procedures like IPL, excimer lasers, and the Fraxel Restore laser can also be explored.

The great news is that Hypo-pigmentation is easy to conceal with Natural Cover Cream.

Once you determine your skin-tone shade and select Natural Cover Cream color, you can use it all over as your everyday foundation, or simply to spot cover challenging areas.

  • If you are spot concealing, it’s important to apply Natural Cover Cream directly on the white spot and then blend an inch or so beyond, into the surrounding skin.
  • QUICK TIP! Match your Natural Cover Cream color to your face, not your neck. Remember, you want your makeup to blend into the skin that’s next to the area you are concealing
  • Next, go back over the area with your fingertip or a concealing brush and layer more Natural Cover Cream over the hypo-pigmented area.
  • Once you’ve achieved the level of coverage you want, dust or press your Performing Powder directly onto the same area, and you’re good to go for the entire day — or night!
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