How to Get Flawless Skin
Expert strategies and tools for concealing a multitude of problems—from a rogue pimple to that sounded-good-at-the-time tattoo. By Didi Gluck
Pretty good? Uh-uh. These cosmetics are pretty great, say Real Simple’s beauty editors, who chose them from among hundreds of makeup items.
What you need: Concealer pencil + translucent powder.
What to do: Pencil or wand-style concealers allow for the most pinpointed application of cover-up, says Van Slee. Trace directly over the offending marks, then blend with your pinkie until there are no discernible lines of demarcation. Set with loose or pressed translucent powder.
RS picks: Urban Decay 24/7 Concealer Pencil, $18, urbandecay.com. Too Faced Absolutely Invisible Translucent Pressed Powder, $27, toofaced.com.