People on television have an interesting challenge nowadays: high-def. The TV technology that makes what we’re watching so crisp and clear also emphasizes the flaws and the mediocre makeup they may be using to cover them. You may not think this problem concerns you, but we beg to differ. After all, real life is as high-def as it gets.
If you’re using an opaque concealer to cover dark circles and blemishes, you may get decent coverage, but you also risk a caked-on, yes-I’m-wearing-concealer appearance. Instead, try an option like Senna‘s HD Hydra-Cover. Instead of relying on opacity, this three-shade palette fixes flaws with light-reflecting and diffusing pigments.
Light and healthy, HD Hydra-Cover happens to acts a lot like skincare, with its moisturizing hyaluonic acid, collagen-boosting malachite, and multitasking licorice.
Whether you apply it with a brush or your finger, it’s hard to make HD Hydra-Cover look like makeup. And yet, it’s hard to detect the discoloration your hiding, too. Sounds to us like you’re ready for your closeup.
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