How to cover pigmentation with makeup?
  1. How to cover pigmentation with makeup?

    If you’re looking to hide those pesky dark spots and even out your skin tone, we’ve got you. Ahead, learn how to cover up your pigmentation using makeup.

    Nothing beats foundation for concealing hyperpigmentation. Look for a formula that's buildable, boasts medium to full coverage and blends easily, and make sure to choose a shade that matches your skin tone perfectly. We’re partial to foundations that feature a nourishing base of skincare ingredients like hyaluronic acid, rice bran oil and plant antioxidants that’ll help your makeup work beautifully with your skin.

    When it comes to hiding particularly stubborn dark spots or areas of hyperpigmentation, concealer is about to become your new best friend. Go for a creamy concealer formula, then use a small brush or your finger to apply it directly to your spots.

Pigmentation-hiding makeup duo

Featuring adjustable, skin-loving coverage, the MÁDARA Skin Equal Soft Glow Foundation SPF15 will cover dark spots and even out your skin tone by granting a smooth, seamless finish with a naturally radiant glow. The skin-first formula also nourishes and cares for your complexion with moisturising hyaluronic acid, soothing aloe juice and antioxidant-rich peony root and blueberry extracts.

Ideal for hiding hyperpigmentation, the Luminous Perfecting Concealer boasts great coverage and long-lasting comfortable wear with a radiant, healthy-looking finish that’s invisible on the skin. It also hydrates and soothes with the help of aloe vera, hyaluronic acid and shea butter.