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Makeup Artist DC/VA/MD YouTube Creator TLCs Beauty Blogger claire@claireashleybeauty.com Uploads on Wed @ 4PM EST/Fri @ 9AM EST Visit here

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✨✨COVERING MELASMA/HYPERPIGMENTATION✨✨ I had someone ask to see how I cover my melasma and I absolutely loved this request, especially since learning in my recent post that so many of us have it. These steps also work well for any hyper pigmentation or acne scarring on the skin. You do not need to use high end products to achieve this look, use what you have and apply the coverage you feel most comfortable with. Here are a few of my favorite tips for covering dark spots that I hope help you out! Step 1. 🍏 To start off use a color correcting primer, I'm using this green one by Smashbox to help prep the skin and counteract discoloration (color primers serve to correct problem areas!) Step 2. 🍑 Use a peach tone concealer with your finger or a flat dense brush to press onto areas where there's dark areas, press into the skin in a patting motion to get more coverage Step 3. 🎨 Apply foundation on top of concealer gently, press it in rather than swiping it, so that it doesn't move around the concealer underneath! I will build this part up in light layers until I feel like I get the coverage I like. Step 4. 💁🏻‍♀️ Use a skin tone setting powder and again, press it into the skin to lock in the coverage to set everything into place. This step prevents creasing and doesn’t allow dark spots to peek through if makeup tends to shift throughout the day. The most important thing for melasma/dark spots is to be wearing SPF as much as possible. These steps are only suggestions that have really helped me when my goal is to cover, but by no means do you need to do this in order to feel beautiful or put together. Embrace the skin you are in and know you are not alone with uneven skin. Thank you all so much for stopping by my page #claireashleybeauty #melasma #hyperpigmentation

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