How to cover up blemishes

How to cover up blemishes

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Yes, as far as beauty goes, Fashion Week Australia is about fresh new hair and makeup trends. But—and I think you’ll appreciate this—it’s also the one time of year I get up real close and personal with the industry’s most knowledgeable. Could there be a better opportunity to quiz countless experts on everything from eyeliner hacks to favourite foundations? I don’t think so. This year I used my backstage time to ask something relevant to me—what’s your go-to method for flawlessly concealing a pimple? When a model turns up pre-show sporting a breakout, or worse, the aftermath of over-zealous extractions, makeup artists only have a limited amount of time to hide it. Not only that, an amateur cover-up won’t do. These guys are called upon to do their best Photoshop impressions, and make the entire situation disappear. It’s a talent, trust me.

Ahead, you’ll find tips and hacks from fashion week makeup directors on expertly hiding blemishes, as well as the products they really use to do so backstage. Every pro has a slightly different bag of tricks, but don’t let that confuse you—options are a good thing. What may work best for one type of blemish, may not for another. And it’s always good to have a few skin-perfecting aces up your proverbial sleeve, amirite?

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How to cover up blemishes

Backstage at Thomas Puttick, a show cast with muses (not models), Shu Uemura’s makeup director Panda walked me through her method. Note: It’s more about skincare than makeup. “The important thing is cleansing, because without good skin you can’t have a flawless makeup application afterwards,” she says. Panda recommends using an oil-based cleanser to balance excess shine, and prevent it from returning. (Her pick is PoreFinist Anti-Shine Fresh Cleansing Oil, $112) Applying moisturizer is also essential. Boosting the skin’s moisture levels can prevent it from “doing tricky things later, like allowing more oil to come through”. Apply a thin layer of foundation and, if needed, dot concealer on top. Setting with powder is optional. Panda recommends adding a sheer layer of powder only if the skin still appears slick.

How to cover up blemishes

At Steven Khalil, Heidi Scarlet-King echoed Panda’s instructions, stressing the importance of skin prep. “The area around a blemish can be quite dry, so if that’s what you’re dealing with, make sure it’s heavily moisturized prior to applying makeup,” she says. As for a foolproof concealing method, the Revlon makeup director recommends a two-step process: “If you’re doing a no-makeup look it can be quite tricky, but the best way is to first create a base of coverage.” To do this ‘dance’ a soft fluffy brush dipped in a minimal amount of concealer across the areas. Next, switch to a stiff pencil brush, and dab concealer directly on the spot. Work around the edges with your finger to blend, and lightly dust ColorStay Translucent Powder ($35) on top to set.

How to cover up blemishes

Mikele Simone, makeup director for The Body Shop at Karla Spetic, also prescribes nourishing skincare pre-makeup: “When you’ve got a blemish that’s raised concealer doesn’t seem to last, so I tend to apply moisturizer first then tap off the excess.” Next comes concealer, but Simone’s method is slightly different. “Don’t use a brush to cover a spot—it’s like painting on a mirror—the product slides right off,” he says. Instead, press on concealer with a clean finger, blend out the edges and set with powder. Depending on the blemish, you may be able to layer product for more coverage. In this instance, you’d do a light application of concealer and powder, then repeat concealer, powder.

How to cover up blemishes

Kate Squires, makeup director for Napoleon Perdis at Christopher Esber, also subscribes to the ‘foundation then—maybe—concealer’ approach. “I like to lay down a sheer base first because it allows anything placed on top to graduate and fade away into the skin,” she says. Next, Squires uses a fine lip brush to dot concealer onto the blemish, working the product into the skin with her fingers, and building up the coverage. If you can’t get the concealer to stick, try this hack. “Sometimes I loosely spot a foundation stick onto the area and let it sit—I call this ‘marinating’ because the skin absorbs some of the pigment,” she says. By the time you come to blend, you won’t lift as much off.

How to cover up blemishes

Nicole Thompson, makeup director for MAC at Bec & Bridge says the most common concealer mistake she sees is too much coverage: “I understand why—we get a blemish, don’t know what to do, and cover it really thickly.” Thompson recommends starting with a light base of foundation, and then concealing if needed. (Sensing a theme here?) She most often relies on a small pointy eyeliner brush and full coverage concealer, however if a spot is raised, she’ll use powder instead. “Face powder is perfect in this instance because it visually flattens the area.” Go for a shade that either matches your skin, or is one tone lighter, to counteract the darkness caused by layering product in one spot.

There are tons of different makeup tricks to cover blemishes, but it can be hard to find a list of the top 9 that actually work. Well girls, I’ve taken the time and researched and found the top 9 makeup tricks to cover blemishes that really work! So all you girls out there that have blemishes, you ready to explore some makeup tricks to cover blemishes quickly and easily? Let’s take a look below!

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1 Know Your Shade

Whenever you are looking for makeup tricks to cover blemishes, you’ve got to be sure that you know your shade. What that means is that you want to take your skin tone and actually match it to your concealer and also make sure that your foundation is the same shade. That way, you’ll be able to cover up your blemishes in no time at all!

2 Yellow-Tinted Concealer

Now, a lot of you might not know, but yellow-tinted concealer can actually really help drain out any red that you have in your face! So, if you have a lot of acne that is bright red and you are looking for some makeup tips to hide it all, yellow-tinted concealer will do it for you! Just pick a shade that is close to your skin tone and make sure that it has a bit of a yellow base to it.

3 Dark Marks, Choose a Lighter Concealer

If you have a lot of darker marks on your face and you are also looking for some makeup tricks to cover blemishes, you want to take a concealer that is a couple shades lighter than your skin tone. Just dab it around the darker spots and you’ll see just how much it lightens them up and makes them disappear!

4 Masking Cosmetic

Before I started to research all of the top makeup tricks to cover blemishes, I had no idea what a masking cosmetic truly was. This is actually makeup that is thicker than a concealer and has some added pigment. This is a great agent to use if you are trying to hide small scars or even some more prominent blemishes.

5 Concealer Brush

A lot of people actually use their fingers to hide their blemishes, but one makeup trick to cover blemishes is to invest in a concealer brush. Trust me ladies, the brush or even a sponge can actually ensure that your blemishes stay covered and can add in a bit more coverage. Give it a try and let me know how you like it!

6 Blend the Edges

When you are thinking about using concealer, you probably just dot it on don’t you? You probably don’t think about blending in the edges before you put on your foundation right? Well girls, that’s a mistake! Whenever you are trying to cover up your blemishes, make sure that you are blending all of the edges, that way your blemishes won’t peek through!

7 Circular Motion

How do you blend the edges of your concealer? Well girls, another makeup trick to cover blemishes is to use a circular motion to buff those edges out. This will actually make sure that everything is covered and all of the edges are buffed out. I love this trick girls and it isn’t well-known!

8 Foundation Next

After you cover up all of your blemishes and buff out the edges, the next step in the makeup tricks to cover blemishes is foundation! Remember, you want to match your shade up to your skin tone, that way nobody will be able to tell you have any blemishes at all. For me, I use Dream Matte Mousse and it’s one of my favorite foundations! It’s super light, so airy and works beautifully on coverage!

9 Powder Last

Finally girls, the last makeup trick to cover blemishes that we’re going to talk about is finishing everything up with a dusting of powder! Now of course, the powder again has to match your skin tone and you want to make sure that the powder never looks cakey, that’s the worst!

Well girls, there you have it! My top 9 makeup tricks to cover blemishes that really work and will keep your skin looking flawless! Do you ladies have any other makeup tricks to cover blemishes that I don’t know about? Give ’em up!

In a perfect world, we’d all have flawless-looking skin. But of course, that’s not the case for most of us. Sometimes, skin care solutions don’t cut it—or simply don’t work fast enough—and you have to rely on other means of achieving perfect skin. For example, when remedies for dark spots aren’t clearing up your complexion in an instant, makeup can make those spots go undercover faster than you’d think. Yup, with the right products (like foundation and concealer), you can hide dark spots with no struggle at all. Think this is one makeup lesson you need to learn? Keep reading as we share our best concealer for dark spots and teach you a step-by-step routine for covering any dark marks.

HOW TO HIDE YOUR DARK SPOTS WITH MAKEUP

Think of makeup as your secret remedy for dark spots. You can dot on the right concealer, and no one will be the wiser. Now, are you ready to disguise your dark spots? We’ve got you covered—literally—here’s how to do just that.

What you’ll need:

Cover dark spots with these simple steps:

STEP 1: PRIME YOUR SKIN

Help create an even canvas for the rest of your makeup application by applying a primer. Smooth it over your entire face or apply it on targeted areas (i.e., wherever you have dark spots). Primer can also help ensure your makeup wears evenly throughout the day—another reason it’s a must.

STEP 2: COLOR CORRECT

If you’re not familiar with color correcting as of yet, it’s time to change that—especially if you have dark spots. Before applying foundation or a flesh-toned concealer, grab a color corrector. Our line of color-correcting crayons features three shades that can be used to neutralize the appearance of dark spots. Pick the best shade for your skin tone: peach for fair to light skin tones, bisque for light to medium skin tones, or orange for medium to deep skin tones.

Bonus: All three of these color-correcting crayons can also be used to help disguise dark circles!

Editor’s tip: To learn more about the wonders of color correction, read our article, Your Guide to Color Correcting.

STEP 3: APPLY FOUNDATION

Once you’ve covered your dark spots with color-correcting concealer, reach for foundation. Look for one with a radiant finish and apply it with a makeup blender, bouncing and blending it onto your skin. Make sure to be gentle when applying foundation overtop of your color corrector so that you don’t disrupt your concealer application. (Here’s more on How to Apply Liquid Foundation.)

STEP 4: REACH FOR CONCEALER

Now it’s time to brighten up your complexion! If you can still see imperfections peaking through your foundation, have no fear, our best concealer for dark spots is here! Swipe concealer under your eyes in an upside-down triangle, between your brows, down the bridge of your nose, and on the middle of your chin. This technique can help instantly brighten your complexion while sculpting your face, ensuring that all eyes will be on your best features. Dark spots? What dark spots? Nobody has to know they’re there!

STEP 5: FINISH WITH FACE POWDER

The best way to ensure that your look lasts all day is to top it off with a face powder. Use a fluffy makeup brush to apply a thin layer of face powder to set your makeup. (Learn how to use face powder for a long-lasting makeup look with our guide, What Is Baking Makeup and How to Do It Like the Pros.)

Next up: Now that you have the lowdown on one of our favorite “remedies” for dark spots, we have some skin care tips to share with you, too. Read our article, Can You Get Rid of Dark Spots?, for advice on how to tackle dark spots via your skin care routine.

Even if you take good care of your mirror, there is a good chance that it will eventually get damaged. Some types of damage, such as cracks or breaks, leave you with no choice but to replace the mirror entirely. Additionally, with serious damage to certain types of mirrors — bathroom mirrors, which are expensive and difficult to repair, but easy to replace, or other more replaceable mirrors — repairing is not cost effective, and simply replacing the mirror makes more sense. However, in certain situations, you may not want to replace a damaged mirror. Whether it is a valuable antique, or a mirror with sentimental value, you may want to do things the hard way and repair it. How is this possible? If you decide that repairing your mirror is for you, the following should be of some help.

This technique seems obvious, but it is easy to forget. Many blemishes that seem very serious at first can turn out to be rather superficial. Because of this, it is important to make sure the surface of your mirror is perfectly clean before attempting any complicated repairs. Otherwise, you run the risk of spending time and money, only to realize afterwards that your problem could have been solved in minutes.

To clean your mirror, use a mixture of water and vinegar. The water should be free of minerals, so if this is not the case with your tap water, use distilled or bottled water instead. Spray the mixture onto a piece of newspaper — not onto the mirror — and wipe the piece of newspaper over the mirror. This should remove all superficial blemishes on the surface of your glass. If this does not solve your problem, you will need to try a different solution.

If your mirror is blemished, but is not responding to attempts to clean it, the silver is probably damaged and must be repaired. In these cases, you must resilver your mirror. To do this, you will need a resilvering kit, as well as the appropriate protection — gloves, a dust mask, and goggles.

Use the chemicals included in the kit to remove the original silver. It is important that you wear your protective clothing for this, as many dangerous toxins will be released during this step. Once you are finished here, find a level surface to place the glass flat on. Then, use the included glass cleaner to clean the glass. Do not touch the glass from this point on. Since the glass is still on a level surface, you should have no trouble applying the chemical mixture containing the new silver for your mirror. Wait ten minutes, then rinse the mirror and go over it with a dry cloth. Once it is completely dry, you can apply the paint that will serve as the new backing, which should be included in your kit. When it dries, you are done.

If you wish to use a simpler solution, you may simply disassemble the full mirror, throw away the glass but save the frame, and cut a new piece of mirror to fit your frame.

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How to cover up blemishes

How to cover up blemishes

When your complexion is constantly giving you problems in the form of breakouts, redness, and irritation, nailing down a beauty routine that doesn’t annoy your skin even more can feel next to impossible. One of the trickiest pieces of the clear-skin puzzle? Choosing a concealer that totally hides your acne instead of making it look (and feel) worse.

“Finding a concealing formula that works best for your skin is vital to the final outcome of your makeup look,” says makeup artist Karissa Bodnar, founder of Thrive Causemetics. “Thick and dry concealing products typically add texture and emphasize fine lines, pores, acne, and acne scars.”

It’s also important to use a concealer that matches not only your skin tone, but the specific level of acne coverage you need. Otherwise, your makeup will appear patchy rather than smooth, which is the ultimate goal, says New York-based makeup artist Desireé Delia.

Beyond wrecking your look, using the wrong concealer can clog your pores and lead to more breakouts, ultimately defeating the purpose of using complexion products in the first place. Here’s everything you need to know so that this doesn’t happen to you:

How to find the best concealer for acne coverage

Look for noncomedogenic on the label: “When buying a concealer to cover up acne, you want to find a product that’s noncomedogenic and oil-free, as these products are less likely to clog your pores,” says Delia.

Choose a double-duty product: Consider going with a concealer that also contains ingredients that can help your skin heal while it’s covered, says Delia. For example, salicylic acid to unclog pores, sulfur to calm inflammation, and SPF to protect against sun damage, as some acne medications can make your skin more sensitive to the sun.

Steer clear of drying ingredients: If you have sensitive, acne-prone skin, alcohol-based and scented products can irritate your skin even more, says Catherine DiGiorgio, MD, board-certified dermatologist at West Lake Dermatology in Austin, Texas. The result? A flaky, patchy-looking finish.

Factor in coverage needs: Another important thing to think about is the level of coverage needed. “If you’re working with a lot of scarring and fresh breakouts, you’ll want something a little heavier and completely opaque to cover the area,” says Delia. For acne that’s not as severe but does involve faded scarring areas, something thick would most likely be overkill, in which case you can opt for a lighter liquid formula.

Shade is everything: Make sure that you purchase a shade of concealer that’s an exact match for your skin tone. “This is super-important because you want this area to appear even with the rest of your face,” says Delia.

To save you the hassle of eyeing up every concealer in the makeup aisle to find the perfect one to cover your acne, below are our experts’ top picks below.

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By Krissy Brady Feb 28, 2019 How to cover up blemishesEmily Schiff-Slater

When your complexion is constantly giving you problems in the form of breakouts, redness, and irritation, nailing down a beauty routine that doesn’t annoy your skin even more can feel next to impossible. One of the trickiest pieces of the clear-skin puzzle? Choosing a concealer that totally hides your acne instead of making it look (and feel) worse.
“Finding a concealing formula that works best for your skin is vital to the final outcome of your makeup look,” says makeup artist Karissa Bodnar, founder of Thrive Causemetics. “Thick and dry concealing products typically add texture and emphasize fine lines, pores, acne, and acne scars.”
It’s also important to use a concealer that matches not only your skin tone, but the specific level of acne coverage you need. Otherwise, your makeup will appear patchy rather than smooth, which is the ultimate goal, says New York-based makeup artist Desireé Delia.
Beyond wrecking your look, using the wrong concealer can clog your pores and lead to more breakouts, ultimately defeating the purpose of using complexion products in the first place. Here’s everything you need to know so that this doesn’t happen to you:

How to find the best concealer for acne coverage

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Look for noncomedogenic on the label: “When buying a concealer to cover up acne, you want to find a product that’s noncomedogenic and oil-free, as these products are less likely to clog your pores,” says Delia.
Choose a double-duty product: Consider going with a concealer that also contains ingredients that can help your skin heal while it’s covered, says Delia. For example, salicylic acid to unclog pores, sulfur to calm inflammation, and SPF to protect against sun damage, as some acne medications can make your skin more sensitive to the sun.
Steer clear of drying ingredients: If you have sensitive, acne-prone skin, alcohol-based and scented products can irritate your skin even more, says Catherine DiGiorgio, MD, board-certified dermatologist at West Lake Dermatology in Austin, Texas. The result? A flaky, patchy-looking finish.
Factor in coverage needs: Another important thing to think about is the level of coverage needed. “If you’re working with a lot of scarring and fresh breakouts, you’ll want something a little heavier and completely opaque to cover the area,” says Delia. For acne that’s not as severe but does involve faded scarring areas, something thick would most likely be overkill, in which case you can opt for a lighter liquid formula.
Shade is everything: Make sure that you purchase a shade of concealer that’s an exact match for your skin tone. “This is super-important because you want this area to appear even with the rest of your face,” says Delia.
To save you the hassle of eyeing up every concealer in the makeup aisle to find the perfect one to cover your acne, below are our experts’ top picks below.
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This noncomedogenic, creamy concealer is Delia’s hands-down fave. It comes in 10 shades and is full coverage: “You can use it to cover tattoos, so you know it’ll make your clear skin dreams come true,” she says. The concealer wears for about 16 hours when set (without looking cakey), and is formulated without common irritants like parabens, sodium lauryl sulfate, and fragrance.
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An acne medication and concealer in one, Clearasil’s Stubborn Acne Control is another good choice. It includes benzoyl peroxide in a tinted concealer to hide breakouts and prevent new ones from forming, says New York-based board-certified dermatologist Hadley King, MD.
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This heavy-duty concealer contains vitamin E and sunscreen, which improve inflammation and help scars fade faster, respectively, says DiGiorgio.
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Clinique’s acne concealer formula contains salicylic acid to treat and prevent acne by helping unclog pores, says DiGiorgio. It has a green tint to help cover redness, and is also phthalate-, paraben-, and fragrance-free.
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For those who are after a medium-coverage blend, Neutrogena’s blemish concealer is where it’s at. It’s a fragrance-free product that treats active acne and prevents new breakouts with salicylic acid to keep pores unclogged, says DiGiorgio.
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If you’re on prescription acne medications that leave your skin on the sensitive side, this noncomedogenic concealer provides hydration and natural coverage that won’t result in a dry or cakey finish, says DiGiorgio.
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When you’ve got a red, angry pimple, this is an excellent pick for neutralizing the redness, says NYC-based, board-certified dermatologist Susan Bard, MD. It contains vitamins C and E, which condition and protect your skin. Bonus: By using this first, you won’t have to use a dense concealer on top. Even noncomedogenic products can clog pores if they’re thick, so it’s important not to glob them on too heavily, says Dr. Bard.
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This lightweight formula is super-concentrated, so a little goes a long way. “The product won’t clog pores, and uses mineral sunscreens to block UV rays without irritating acne-prone skin,” says Los Angeles-based board-certified dermatologist Tsippora Shainhouse, MD. It’s also packed with antioxidants, like vitamin A and E derivatives, which help to absorb excess oil and nourish the skin.
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Isdin Skin Drops are gentle and provide excellent full coverage for blemishes and acne scars. “It’s a product used for fragile, post-procedure skin, so it can safely and gently provide heavy-duty coverage without clogging pores or irritating your skin,” says DiGiorgio.
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Wall blemishes and imperfections are something that you can never get rid of. They are the result of aging and are also caused due to various utilities. But that does not mean that you have to tolerate these real eyesores. Here are 15 clever ways to hide those and make your property look new.

Paint it up
Painting walls is a cheap and fast way to correct wall imperfections. Restore the flaws with a surface coating and then paint. This will camouflage the blemishes. Using textured paints will add to the décor. You can also highlight the wall flaws by faux painting technique. They will render a rustic look to the interior.

Turn to tapestries
Tapestries are a great way to cover up localized wall flaws. Hanging them on the wall adds character and enlivens the interior. This is very easy to do. You can hang it from a simple curtain rod. Or, this may be framed and fixed on the wall.

Create a gallery wall
Displaying an art collage on the defective wall can mask the wall flaws. Take your inner art connoisseur out to organize art pieces with bright colors and textures. Fix them to hide the wall flaws. You may also use a canvas painting with a swing arm.

Paint a mural
Painting a mural helps to conceal the wall flaws and improve the decoration. Murals are a great way to go bold. Painting them, especially, on the fifth wall or the ceiling can make the interior glam. For the rented places, you may use temporary murals.

Hang a mirror
Mirrors are multifunctional. They create a nice focal point; make a room bright, and visually spacious. These can also be used for hiding the wall flaws. Simply hang them on the defective walls and they will change them in an amazing way.

Hang art pieces
Hanging art pieces puts you in a win-win situation. Get something that matches your lifestyle and hang them on the walls. This could be anything from scenery to funny characters based on the use of the place.

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Take advantage of drapes
Draperies are perfect when you want to hide a big area. You can get them in a plethora of bold colors. Hang them from the ceiling to the floor with designer curtain rods. They will create a nice backdrop and can even conceal an off-centered window.

Cover with framed maps
Covering the wall with maps is an incredible way of camouflaging the wall flaws. Pick maps of your favorite places and give them a spin by framing. Hang them on the wall over the imperfections. They will cover those up and make a unique décor statement.

Mount Instagram photos
Maybe you have many Instagram followers. Pick some photos and create a mosaic wall art with those. Try to choose photos of different sizes. This will add life to the collection. You can also make it creative with retro prints. Use them on the defective wall for an improved look.

How to cover up blemishes

Mask with a personalized calendar
Personalized wall calendars offer a brilliant solution for hiding the wall flaws. They also enhance the interior decoration. These can be upgraded every month by loading new photos. You can also highlight memories like anniversaries, birthdays etc. This hack lets you make the blemishes and
enhance the décor as well.

Use wall decals
Wall decals can be used to cover up the wall blemishes and imperfections. These are available in a variety of designs and can be fixed on the walls easily. Pick anything that matches your décor theme and apply it on the defective wall. It will transform the wall into a classy canvas.

Disguise with a bookcase
Books are excellent décor element. They also convey the taste and preference. Build a bookcase and fix it on the damaged wall. This will totally conceal the wall imperfections. Filled with books, this will also uplift the interior.

Use vintage posters
Vintage posters are great décor elements. They draw attention and make the place cool and interesting. They can also be used for masking the wall flaws. Varieties of vintage posters are available in the thrift shops. Get one that matches your décor theme and fix it on the walls to cover the flaws.

Consider wallpapers
Coming in a myriad of designs and colors, wallpapers offer an excellent decorating solution. You can apply them continuously on the walls. This will cover all wall blemishes. Alternatively, you can also use them in frames to cover a part of the wall.

Wall panels offer an excellent solution
Why repair walls when you can improve them? The acoustic felt tiles are perfect for concealing the blemishes. Maybe you are looking to improve your home or office walls. These offer a unique aesthetic solution with an added advantage of controlling noises. These are available in many collections based on their designs. You can pick anything from Flaps, Planar, Cumulous, Stencil, Bumps, Gravity, Plates, Fence and many more. With a wide range of pattern and color variants, they offer a versatile décor solution.

Meticulously crafted from acoustic fiber and 100 % wool felt, the felt wall panels have a high noise reduction coefficient. No matter if it is your living room or office hall; they can reduce the reverberation and make the interior quiet. Other than the wall, they are also great to conceal the imperfections on the ceiling. Coming in attractive designs, the felt ceiling panels can add a dramatic touch to the ceiling. This enhances the acoustic comfort in the interior. The acoustic felt panels can be customized to match any specific need. Aside from masking the wall flaws, they bring in a luxurious perfection with their soft touch.

Conclusion
Often, reconstructing a wall is not possible due to the cost and other constraints. This makes hiding the flaws the most obvious alternative. The above ideas are affordable and they can also be implemented easily. Try these for impressing everyone with a new look. A big thank you to CSI PoshFelt™ for sharing these top 15 ways to hide wall flaws!

This article was co-authored by Paul Friedman, MD. Dr. Paul Friedman is a board certified Dermatologist specializing in laser and dermatologic surgery and cosmetic dermatology. Dr. Friedman is the Director of the Dermatology & Laser Surgery Center of Houston, Texas and practices at the Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York. Dr. Friedman is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Texas Medical School, Department of Dermatology, and a clinical assistant professor of dermatology at the Weill Cornell Medical College, Houston Methodist Hospital. Dr. Friedman completed his dermatology residency at the New York University School of Medicine, where he served as chief resident and was twice awarded the prestigious Husik Prize for his research in dermatologic surgery. Dr. Friedman completed a fellowship at the Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York and was the recipient of the Young Investigator’s Writing Competition Award of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. Recognized as a leading physician in the field, Dr. Friedman has been involved in the development of new laser systems and therapeutic techniques.

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If you feel a pimple pop up, you might be feeling like your day is going to be ruined. Inflamed pimples can cause you to feel a little self-conscious and they might even hurt a bit. No one likes to deal with zits. You’re probably in a rush to cover it up as fast as possible, but take a beat. Both medical and beauty experts recommend letting it heal before covering it with makeup. If you can take the time to do that, awesome! But if you have a big job interview or an important social event, you might feel like you have no choice. Don’t worry. You can use light makeup to reduce the redness. Just make sure to treat the pimple so it starts to heal.