Are you tired of struggling to hide those persistent melasma patches even after applying layers of foundation, concealer, and powder? We understand the frustration that comes with trying to cover up this form of hyperpigmentation, characterized by brown patches on the cheeks, forehead, and upper lip
But fear not! At Lorde and Belle, we're here to share the secrets of makeup magic for flawless coverage. Let's delve into the factors that influence effective coverage, from product selection to application techniques.
The Best Makeup to Cover Melasma
When it comes to concealing melasma, several variables come into play, such as the type of product, its shade, coverage, texture, as well as your specific skin type and tone. Whether your melasma is triggered by hormonal changes, sun exposure, or skin-irritating products, you've likely become well-acquainted with the ongoing battle. We've got you covered with everything you need to know about successfully concealing melasma, including the best products and techniques.
The Power of Full Coverage
To effectively cover melasma, opting for a light-coverage concealer won't cut it. Instead, choose full-coverage products, focusing on the areas with dark spots rather than applying it all over your face. Our Power Wear Liquid Foundation is the perfect solution, designed to provide exceptional coverage precisely where you need it.
At Lorde and Belle, we're proud to present our Power Wear Probiotic Foundation, a game-changer in melasma coverage. Packed with real technologies and beneficial ingredients, this foundation ensures your skin remains healthy, resilient, and protected throughout the day. Featuring the following key elements:
Lactobacillus Probiotic: This powerful probiotic maintains a healthy and balanced skin environment, keeping you ready for any occasion.
Lipigenine™ Extract: Strengthening your skin barrier, this extract ensures your skin remains supple, buoyant, and in optimal condition.
Blue Light Technology: While we adore our tech devices, excessive exposure to their blue light can harm our skin, leading to premature aging. Our Power Wear Probiotic Foundation incorporates innovative Blue Light Technology to shield your skin from these potential damages.
Achieving Flawless Application
Now that you have your product arsenal ready, here's a step-by-step guide on how to flawlessly conceal melasma:
Moisturize: Begin with clean, dry skin and apply moisturizer. This step is especially crucial for individuals with dry skin, as it prevents your makeup from appearing cakey or unnatural. Allow the moisturizer enough time to absorb before moving on to makeup application.
Apply SPF: If you're applying makeup during the day, ensure you apply sunscreen, even if your foundation contains SPF.
Apply Primer: Create a smooth canvas for your makeup by applying a primer, ensuring a long-lasting finish.
Select Your Applicator: Choose a stippling brush for fuller coverage or a sponge for a more natural finish. For precise application, consider using a fluffy synthetic eye shadow or concealer brush.
Foundation Application: Start by dispensing a small amount of foundation on the back of your hand. Keep in mind that many camouflage makeup formulas dry quickly, so apply a small amount at a time when building coverage. Apply thin layers of makeup to the affected areas, blending outward. If you require additional coverage, dab more product onto the area until you achieve your desired results. Blend the edges well for a seamless finish.
Set with Foundation Powder: To set your makeup and prevent transfer or smudging, use a foundation powder (preferably over a translucent powder)