How to

Vitiligo Coverage

Step 1Ensure that the skin is well cleansed, then select a matching primer. In this case Ultra Underbase is applied to prime and hydrate the skin. Dermacolor Camouflage Creme 4 g (D 30) is then applied to the areas affected by the Vitiligo.
Step 2Once all affected areas are covered by the Dermacolor Camouflage Creme 4 g (D 30), Dermacolor Fixing Powder 20 g (P 4), is pressed in firmly to set the cream. The synergy between these two products is the key to making the application durable. Do not remove the excess yet.
Step 3At this stage the Dermacolor Fixing Powder 20 g should be left for fifteen minutes. Allowing time for the powder to be absorbed is key to ensure the make-up is completely waterproof. Using a clean Dermacolor Powder Brush gently remove the remaining excess powder from the surface.
Step 4Achieving an exact color match is essential for a successful camouflage. Color match in natural daylight for the best result, mixing colors can result in a much more natural look. Once selected stipple the skin tone over the Dermacolor Camouflage Creme 4 g (D 30), blending the edges into the skin.
Step 5Once blended repeat step 2. The layering of Dermacolor Camouflage Creme 4 g followed by Dermacolor Fixing Powder 20 g has many benefits, it enables finer layers of application, resulting in a more natural finish and prevents the corrective color mixing in with the skin tone.
Step 6Finally, repeat step 3, remove the excess powder after it has settled for fifteen minutes. The appearance at this stage is very matt, after a short time however the natural oils in the Dermacolor will begin to warm leaving a natural sheen to the make-up.

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