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Need a last-minute fix to conceal your imperfections? Dr. Schultz sends us a makeup tip with his Tip of the Week that will do the trick!
Dr. Schultz’s Tip of the Week: HIDING YOUR FACIAL HIGHS AND LOWS
Sometimes a tip for making your skin look better temporarily for a big day or night out doesn't include traditional skin care products at all, but instead, something you wouldn't expect me to include in a tip: makeup. To hide bumps and holes on your face, borrow this trick from professional makeup artists: use a darker shade of makeup (compared to the rest of your face) on bumps (high points), and use a lighter shade of makeup (compared to the rest of your face) on holes and hollows. These tips work because areas that are darker than the surrounding ones appear depressed (i.e., lowers the appearance of a