When she first started giving makeup lessons to transgender women, founder Jessica Blackler noticed the lack of a product made to cover beard shadow. That’s why she decided to make the Correct & Conceal the first Jecca Blac product to launch. Thanks to its variety of shades and creamy texture, the Correct & Conceal is perfect to cover beard shadow without leaving any trace. But let’s see how it works.
Prep Your Skin
It’s important you prep your skin before applying the Correct & Conceal palette. Make sure you’re clean-shaven and have moisturised the skin to avoid any oil excess.
Choose the Right Shade for You
The Correct & Conceal palette comes in 6 different shades, each of them featuring a Colour Corrector and Concealer. To find the best shade for you, simply reach out to our team. All you need to do is sending us a picture of your skin under direct sunlight and we'll tell you what shade will suit you best!
Arm Yourself with a Makeup Brush
Although our Correct & Conceal palette can be applied using your fingers, we recommend arming yourself with the right makeup tools when covering a larger area. A round foundation brush will be perfect to cover your beard shadow.
Apply The Colour Correct
Apply the Colour Correct shade first: its pink/peachy undertone will counteract the blue-ish tinge left behind after shaving.
With a round foundation brush, apply a small amount of Colour Correct to the area and blend well. Keep doing this until your beard shadow starts fading, leaving almost a neutral tone in its place.
Apply The Concealer
After the Colour Correct, it’s time to apply the Concealer. You can use the same makeup brush or a clean one if you prefer. As before, apply a little bit of product at a time and blend well before adding more. You want your beard shadow area to blend perfectly with the rest of your face.
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