How to conceal a pimple which has its own postcode
Yesterday morning I woke up with a very noticeable pimple on my chin. It's not the first time it has happened so I had a few tricks up my sleave. I also called Bronzalicious straight away and booked in for another Light Therapy facial.
I knew I had to use an arsenal of my favourite products (new and old) in order to feel comfortable in public.
The night before I had suspected a pimple was coming so I applied a little of the Origin's Out of Trouble 10 minute mask to work overnight. In the morning I cleansed my face, moisturised and applied a thin layer of Dr Lewinn's Medic Spot Clear Gel and allowed it to sink in for a couple of minutes. I then put a little of Garnier's roll on concealer on my finger tip and gently pressed it on the problem area. Afterwards I applied my daily Mineral Foundation by Kit Cosmetics over my whole face including on the pimple. I also wanted to make sure my lips were properly moisturised so I applied one of my all time favourites, Jurlique's Love Balm. It can also be used as an eye shadow primer or as a cuticle balm. To get some colour in my face I tried my new toys, the Mineral Illuminators from Face of Australia. I used the pink one as a blush and the bronze as a highlighter on my cheeks.
Crisis averted and I was now glittering more than your average Christmas tree. It is always good to highlight a bright area on your face so that it distracts from the pimple.
What's your secret to covering up? Do you panic or ignore it?