How To Cover Up Facial Hair When You Don't Have Time To Tweeze
Here’s a little secret for you — I tend to think of myself as being a bit hairy. Not bearded lady hairy, but I do think maybe she’s a part my genealogical pool (or, more likely, I’m just over reacting.) Even so, I’m hairy and my daily routine to be hairless involves painful visits to the salon for a round of hot wax or hours of some light twee-zing. So what’s a girl to do? You can't go walking around town with a mask on your till your next appointment. Can you? I know I'm not alone in needing ways to cover up facial hair when there's no time to tweeze,wax or bleach.
According to research done by Bristol-Myers, a manufacturer of health and grooming products, regarding the treatment of facial hair removal in women, approximately 20 million American women remove facial hair at least once a week. Over time, the cost of those removals have got to add up. And wouldn't it be nice to save a little money on your beauty routine?
Even if money isn't an issue, you may not be able to remove hair due to a skin condition, like keliods. That's when knowing how to cover up hair comes into play. Whatever your reason for hiding facial hair, here are five products to cover my hairs and a tutorial to help to maintain my cuteness in this constant battle against facial hair.
1. Use A Color Corrector Pallet
According to Beauty Vlogger Deepica Mutyala, color correcting concealers neutralizes dark hairs and skin around the face. Stilla's Correct & Perfect' All-In-One Color Correcting Palette ($45) includes a clear mixing tray for customized color. Stipple a light layer of color corrector over the areas you want to disguise.
2. Touch Up Your Brows With A Correct And Conceal Pen
If you're trying to cover up a few stary eyebrow hairs, you don't need too much. L'oreal Paris Magic Lumi highlighter ($10) get the job done and won't break the bank.
3. Layer With A Light Weight Foundation
You use it to even out skin tone and cover up bumps, so there's no reason not to use foundation to cover up hairs. Although Black Opal's True Color liquid foundation ($9) is lightweight,