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The Best Low Coverage Female-Founded Concealers For Pores

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Monica Joseph
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This product is good

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Kallie Marshall
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@Monica Joseph yess!! I love it

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Tara Borst
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best concealers for acne and redness?? can’t ever seem to find one that has amazing coverage

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Olivia Kimberling
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It Cosmetics! They make one (the one I linked) that’s specifically for acne so it’s full coverage pigment infused into skincare that helps acne (not acne skincare infused into pigment). Also their regular Bye Bye Undereye concealer is the most full coverage concealer I have ever found and I use it to cover blemishes on soooooo many clients. The only thing about those are that you definitely have to set them with a powder. Another option is to use a concealer on a blemish and then use a full coverage foundation powder (I like the new Urban Decay one) on top... but you have to be careful with this trick because it can end up looking cakey if the 2 products you use don’t layer well with each other or if you layer too much.