Concealer: Cream makeup used to conceal or correct troubled areas. Application: Concealer can be used on top of or underneath base makeup. Just pat onto the areas you wish to cover. It can also be used as a highlighter (under the eye, above the cheekbone, etc). Set with Colorset Powder. Remove with Makeup Remover followed by soap and water.
Neutralizer:åÊCream makeup used to neutralize skin tone discolorations. Application: Apply Neutralizer under base makeup. Pat the appropriate color to neutralize trou- bled areas. To correct redness ‰ÛÒ apply Mint Buff. For sallow or yellow undertones ‰ÛÒ use Lilac Suede. To correct blue and blue/red complexions ‰ÛÒ apply Tawny Amber. As skin shades may vary, try different colors for the best results. Set with Colorset Powder before application of any base color. Remove with Makeup Remover followed by soap and water. Note: The base should be applied by patting ‰ÛÒ if the applicator is dragged across the Neutralizer, it may pull against the color and remove it.
Bruise:åÊCream makeup used to create a bruise effect of any age. Bruise colors start with Bloody Rose and progress around the ring as the bruise gets older.åÊApplication: Begin with Bloody Rose to create a fresh hit and add Burnt Maroon and Midnight Sky to create an older bruise. Spanish Olive and Maize Yellow are used to create a healing bruise effect. Set with Colorset Powder. Remove with Makeup Remover followed by soap and water.