glo minerals is recommended by dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and licensed skincare professionals in the United States and abroad for camouflaging following microdermabrasion, chemical peels, waxing, cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures and to help calm and soothe a variety of skin conditions.
Camouflaging the red vascular areas of skin and creating a fresh, even skin tone are the primary goals for this makeup application. This condition requires first to even out the complexion with a combination of gloConcealer and gloCamouflage applications, then finish with gloPressed base.
This skin faces challenges with adult acne, acne scarring, hyperpigmentation and slight signs of hypopigmentation. The primary goal with the makeup application will be to minimize the appearance of scarring and create an even skin tone. This skin is very sensitive and oily, which prompted the choice to use honey Protective oil-free liquid base, matte finish. For additional coverage, dust the entire face with the powder brush using honey-medium Loose Base. This combination effectively concealed pigmentation challenges, uneven skin tone and under eye area.
Camouflaging the darker areas of skin and creating an even skin tone are the primary goals for this makeup application. This condition requires first to even out the complexion with a combination of goncealer and gamouflage applications. Apply the golden Camouflage using a stippling stroke with the camouflage brush to hide the hyperpigmented areas of skin. The next objective in evening out skin tone is to conceal under eye circles, using Concealer, also in the golden shade.
Acne flare-ups can occur from time to time. This goal is to camouflage the visible acne and to create a flawless skin tone, especially on the forehead area where the flare-up is the most visible.
We began by using beige Camouflage to even out red tones and neutralizing blue pigment under the eyes with a light application of Concealer under the eye in beige. A light application of the Pressed Base in beige-light with the powder brush sufficiently covered any remaining traces of acne and evened out the skin tone.
Evening out the skin tone and reducing the visible redness is the primary goal in camouflaging this skin condition. Rosacea is characterized by several uneven tones of red and pink. Begin by using beige Camouflage to tone down the areas with the most redness. Use the same product to conceal under eye circles. Neutralize and camouflage the remaining redness with golden-light Pressed Base. An even application with the ultra brush is the best option.