This TikTok acne concealing makeup hack is going viral

All you need are these three products...
This TikTok acne concealing makeup hack is going viral
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CosmoBy Cosmo -

There are two things that being in lockdown has given us. Number one is an unhealthy TikTok addiction and number two is a face that's breaking out on the daily.

By some stroke of luck, these two things have combined and resulted in the ultimate hack which we will be testing immediately.

@MikayLanogueira is the one we have to thank after she shared the three products she uses to conceal her acne.

In her own words, makeup artist Mikayla says that by using her method, she's been able to "trick people" into thinking she "has no acne at all".

First, she uses Exuviance's Radiance Serum, Dhs258, "this stuff is so sticky and that's what you need for your foundation to stick".

Mikayla follows the serum with Milk Makeup's Hydro Grip Primer, Dhs163, "this stuff is the bomb".

After prepping her skin, she covers her spots with the NARS Soft Matte Complete Concealer, Dhs165.

"Apply the serum, apply the primer . Take your concealer brush with the concealer and cover up all your acne. Now this is the most important part, once you have the concealer on don't touch it, don't blend it, leave it alone for two minutes and then apply your foundation."

EXUVIANCE

Exuviance Radiance Serum 1 oz

Dhs258

MILK

Hydro Grip Primer

Dhs163 at glamazle.com

NARS

Soft Matte Complete Concealer

Dhs165 at sephora.ae

Although there was nothing wrong with Mikayla's skin before, her transformation is shocking and with 2.2 million likes so far, it seems people cannot get enough.

"The fact that not only can I not see the redness, but also can't see the texture," wrote one person. "Was not prepared for the final product, like flawless," wrote another.

@mikaylanogueira

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See, there is more to TikTok than just Hype House videos...

Via Cosmopolitan UK