4 Easy Hacks to Fix Your Red, Blotchy Skin
If you have super-sensitive skin, you know it can become flushed at the drop of a hat. Just ask our model, Emma, a bartender in New York City. "I have rosacea, so my skin becomes inflamed whenever I get too much sun or if I eat sugar or dairy—oh, and after I exercise. And since my complexion is fair, that blotchiness really stands out," she told me. So I gave Emma, 33 (who's also a mom-to-be!), a routine that camouflages the redness without hiding what she really looks like.
Makeup artist Mally Roncal works with stars like Beyoncé and Jennifer Lopez and is the founder of Mally Beauty cosmetics.
To neutralize redness on your cheeks, nose, and chin, swipe on a yellow-based cream concealer, as shown above. For under your eyes, apply one that's two shades lighter than your skin.
Using a pat-and-smush motion, gently press the yellow concealer into your skin. Then, for around your eyes, use your ring finger only, since it's the weakest and won't tug at this delicate area.
It's thicker than a liquid so it adds an extra level of coverage, plus it sets the concealer. Brush it on with a light press-and-roll motion (buffing can erase your concealer work).
I know, I know. You just took away redness and now I'm making you put on blush?! But a swirl of peachy pink on the apples of your cheeks adds healthy color where youwantit—and gives you a radiant finish.
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