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in plastic sleeve to cover imperfections, such as redness, scars and skin impurities
The Camouflage Stick is a very long-lasting, waterproof product. It has a soft, creamy texture. You obtain precise corrections with the fine tip.
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For bigger areas check out the Camouflage Cream covers flaws in the skin perfectly and reliably and is ideal for special occasions, like photographic- or bridal make-up. All colors can be mixed with each other which means the skin color can be matched exactly. The Camouflage Cream is also an ideal long-term make-up and lasts well even if the surrounding temperature is high.
Apply to parts or areas of the skin to be covered and distribute with finger. After application, volatile oils evaporate which assures a water-resistant, long-lasting finish. Sharpening disinfects the stick. Please use the Jumbo sharpener.
For bigger areas check out the Camouflage cream The cover can be light or heavy - depending on the amount applied and gets waterproof after fixing powder has been applied. It is very practical because Camouflage Creams are available separately, can be combined individually in the refillable magnetic box and those that have been used up can be replaced.
After moisturizing, remove a little Camouflage with a spatula, mix or soften on the back of the hand. Then apply thinly and evenly, using a slightly moistened latex sponge, and blend in at edges. Perfectly concealed: To neutralize redness such as couperose or scars, use Camouflage no. 2. Numbers 2 and 8 are ideal for covering up pigmentation marks and blue-tinted areas.
If necessary, mix two color shades together. To make sure that the shade of make-up matches the skin tone exactly, always test the shade in a small area of the face, e. g. the cheek or where chin joins neck. Then apply fixing powder.
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