Dark circle before using Keromask
Dark rings can be a sign of an iron deficiency anaemia and can also be hereditry. This is a common problem. Anaemia is the most common nutritional problem in the world.
Dark circle after using Keromask
I used Keromask Cream on our model.
Using stipple movement the product was applied to the skin very slowly and delicately, covering the areas of Dark circles first. Use a pin size of camouflage cream. You can always add more when needed. Keromask camouflage cream is highly pigmented and highly concentrated so remember a little will go a long way.
Camouflage cream needs to be blended, properly, especially under the jaw line, into the hairline, on the ear lobes, corners of the nose and mouth and over and under the eyes.
Stipple and blending movements. Making sure that the edge of the sponge was used to blend and create a natural look. With my Dark Circle model, I made sure the I did not press to hard on his skin, blending the cream in to the skin. We waited for a 2 minutes to allow the product to penetrate into the skin.
Keromask Powder was then applied, using a large powder brush.
Translucent white powder was used on our model.