Hey Gorgeous

Liquid Concealer

R 385
Why Use Me?

Did you know that using our natural concealer can actually help to lighten dark spots, treat acne and plump fine lines?  It's the perfect concealer to achieve  a smooth, flawless looking makeup application, especially if you have pronounced blemishes and dark spots. This is because our natural concealers are jam packed with skin nourishing ingredients you’ll expect to find in our super effective serums and moisturisers. 

Our Liquid Concealer is a super-rich, heavy-duty, and full-coverage natural concealer made with potent ingredients to treat blemishes. The combination of green tea, vitamin K, liquorice, caffeine, plant derived collagen, and nourishing oils work to lighten dark spots, kill acne causing bacteria and plump fine lines, creating a super smooth surface over time. This concealer is available in 7 shades

How To Use It:

Whether you're covering up a breakout or trying to make dark circles disappear, there's a specific way to do it for maximum success. Here are some  of our favourite tricks of the trade for perfecting your concealer game. (these are optional though so if you have your own favourite ways, you do you :))

1. Always apply to freshly cleansed skin (remember to exfoliate regularly - old skin cells clog pores and prevent makeup from gliding smoothly onto your skin. It also evens out your skin tone, which ensures a more flawless, airbrushed finish.  Follow with your favourite Hey Gorgeous moisturiser to keep your skin hydrated and smooth. 

2. If you are using a foundation apply it next. We recommend applying concealer  after to avoid it looking cakey or creasing. Applying your face makeup first gives you a smooth, blendable base to work with before you get to covering.

3.  Apply in inverted triangles under the eyes. Rather than swipe the concealer directly under your eyes, you should draw two upside down triangles beneath your eyes, which will brighten up your entire face. Why? When you simply swipe concealer close to your lash line, you’re actually just emphasizing the area. Blend and dab the inverted triangles using your ring finger or a concealer brush. Whatever you do, be sure not to smear or drag the concealer–doing so creates creases and leads to caking.

4. Spot apply on any blemishes : Apply your concealer onto the individual pimple, then pat to blend with your ring finger or concealer brush until the dark spot is no longer visible.

5. Apply around your nose and on any redness. Be sure to dab, not drag the concealer as you apply it around your nose and on any red spots. (Pro tip: Dab it into place using your ring finger and blend focusing of the crease around your nose. Next dip a damp make up sponge into loose powder and blend for a set-it and forget it finish that lasts).



Micro-clustered water (Aqua), Aloe Leaf & Green Tea Juice (Barbadensis). Plant derived glycerin, Sucrose Palmitate (A natural emulsifier made from sugar and palmitic acid), Cetearyl alcohol (this is a fatty protein derived from the coconut plant – not to be confused with denatured alcohol or ethanol which dries out the skin. Cetearyl is safe on the skin and works as an emollient to soften the skin). Hydrolysed wheat protein, Glyceryl Caprylate (this is a co emulsifier and used to stabilise oil-in-water emulsions. It’s produced from various vegetable oils and we use it to restore skin oil, regulate skin moisture and it acts as a humidifier to the skin), Phyllostachys Nicra Extract. (Black bamboo) Provides outstanding antioxidant and skin brightening properties.  Bambusa Aruninacea Stem Extract which is derived from the stems of the Bambusa arundacea bamboo plant. We love it because if provides numerous skin benefits that include its ability to rejuvenate, soothe and restore lacklustre skin. Liquorice Root (for its skin evening properties). Plant derived collagen. Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) seed oil. Phyto Nadione (Vitamin K) Xanthan Gum (a natural thickening agent), Caffeine, Tocopherol (Vitamin E) Citric Acid, Iron Oxides CI77491 – 99. Radish Root Filtrate (Natural preservative).


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