Whether it's on your face or somewhere on your body, you can easily cover a scab with make up. No one wants to show off a blemish, so it is important to know how to cover a scab with make up. It doesn't take a lot of time, just a little bit of your girlfriend's make up.
To cover a scab with make up, you will need:
- rubbing alcohol
- cotton swab
- The first thing you need to do is make sure that the area on and around the scab is clean. To clean the area, apply a small amount of rubbing alcohol to a cotton swab and gently wipe around the scab. Let it air dry for a few minutes before you start to apply the make up.
- Once the area on and around the scab is clean, you are ready to apply the concealer. Dab a small amount of concealer onto the tip of your finger. Then, apply the concealer onto the scab. Rub it in until it blends in with the skin around the scab. Make sure to cover the scab completely and blot off any excess make up.
- After you have applied the concealer, take the powder and use the applicator to gently brush it over the scab. This will help cover the scab and give it a more natural look. You want to blend in the make up as much as possible to minimize the appearance of the scab and the make up.
When using make up to cover a scab, make sure the concealer and powder you use matches your skin color as closely as possible. This will make the cover up look more natural and will more effectively minimize the appearance of the scar. Keep in mind that the cost of the make up makes no difference when covering up a scab. The cheaper brands will work just as well as the expensive ones. Also, make sure not to apply too much make up or you will get that caked on look, which will defeat the purpose of trying to cover up the scar.
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