This Lily Lolo Mineral Concealer is an oil-free, loose-powder concealer with a soft, matte finish. Containing Kaolin clay to help control excess oil together with healing Zinc Oxide, it is designed to conceal dark circles, blemishes and imperfections without blocking pores, and can be layered if needed. Suitable for all skin types, this soft, delicate powder offers hours of wear with exceptional coverage, and comes with a lockable sifter to prevent messy spills.
Made in Europe. Certified Cruelty-free, Vegan. Recyclable packaging.
Kaolin, Zinc Oxide [+/- Ci 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), Ci 77492 (Iron Oxide), Ci 77491 (Iron Oxide), Ci 77499 (Iron Oxide)]
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How to use
After applying foundation, sprinkle a little matching concealer into the lid of the jar and swirl a concealer brush into the minerals to pick up product. Tap off excess. Starting where coverage is needed most, apply in small, buffing motions and blend the edges in well. Continue to apply in light layers until your desired coverage is achieved.
Applying concealer on top of your foundation means you use less as you only use it in the areas that really need it. If the shade of your concealers is a little light, apply it before foundation or mix it with a little foundation.
Mineral concealer can also be mixed with your foundation and applied with a Kabuki brush for heavier, all-over coverage.
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