This is something I haven't mentioned on here yet, camouflage make-up. This is where you focus on covering up 'imperfections' for someone, such as a scar, a birthmark, a tattoo or a bruise etc. I don't really like to refer to these things as imperfections because it makes them sound like they're hideous, when of course they're not at all.
As I was saying though, it's using a range of products designed for this style of make-up, blending and covering to help with someone's insecurities or just to cover something for a special occasion.
I mostly use a brand called Veil for my work and I find them great because the consistency of the product is just right, it's solid enough to get the coverage without taking away the ability to blend. I enjoy using their products and I get great results too.
Recently I did some camouflage mark-up to cover a bruise caused by gym equipment and the following photo shows a before and after, to compare the difference.

What do you think? Would you like to see more of this?

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