How to conceal hyperpigmentation with make-up
Natasha Wright, international make-up artist, shares her expertise on using make-up to effectively conceal hyperpigmentation.
“Hyperpigmentation is characterised by brown patches on the surface of the skin, usually brought on by hormonal changes, sun exposure or skin-irritating products. In order to cover up the affected areas, it’s important to moisturise the skin daily and to always apply a SPF as the sun can deepen the colouring of the patches."
“Always apply a primer before your make-up as it will help create a smooth base and ensure a long-lasting finish."
"When applying foundation, add a small amount of the product to the back of your hand and apply it to the face in thin layers, using a beauty blender to create more of a natural finish."
"Stippling brushes give a fuller coverage, but for more precise placement, use a synthetic eyeshadow or concealer brush."
"Finally, use a powder brush to apply foundation powder or translucent powder to set your make-up, prevent transfer and create a full coverage flawless look.”