Your going to use the shade or 2 lighter than your skin tone. The green is to hide redness. You can also mix the colors on your hand with a concealing brush before applying. It depends what your trying to conceal. Dab it on with brush or fingertip gently, then blend area around. LET DRY. Then, apply your foundation...I prefer powder.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
From what I understand, the first four are for mixing and/or matching to your skin tone. You can use the first color as a thin line down the bridge of your nose as a natural highlighter too. The green one is for canceling out any redness (red cheeks, chin, acne scars, roscaea, etc.) To use this, I apply primer and let it set for 1-2 min. Then apply green to red spots and blend. Sometimes need a little more but i just have to be careful not to overdo it. The lightest color I use around my eyes. The next three I use on different parts of my face depending on how dark my face is at that point. The third and fourth on my forehead and cheeks and just blend really well around edges. Then foundation and setting powder. I hope this helps, as it took me a little research to figure this out myself..I wanted it originally for contouring, but the colors are too similar for that:(
answered 2 years, 7 months ago