Hey guys, this video is my full coverage foundation routine. Here I will show y'all how I conceal my hyperpigmentation for healthy glowing looking skin. If you have any QUESTIONS or makeup SUGGESTIONS, please leave me a comment. Otherwise, Thanks so much for watching. See you in the next video!- Nette

Products Used:
Smashbox Photofinish foundation primer
Milani Conceal + Perfect in the Shade 09 Tan
Maybelline Fit Me! Matte + Poreless in the Shade 330 Toffe Caramel
L.A. Girl Pro. Conceal in the shade Cool Tan
StudioMakeup (Blush) in the shade Wildflower
Makeup Forever Pro Sculpting Duo
Makeup Forever Duo Mat in the shade 210
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector (Pressed) in the shade Opal
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector (liquid) in the shade Opal
MAC lipstick in the shade Velvet Teddy
Urban Decay De-Slick Setting Spray


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35 thoughts on “How To Cover Dark Spots (Hyperpigmentation) | Makeup Tutorial

  1. Nia McLemore says:

    You should try the Airpsun powder, I use the color naturally neutral and its AMAZING! You can get it from walmart or walgreens for $6. It doesn't contain silica which causes flashback.

  2. tenn santi says:

    I deal with hyperpigmintation on my cheeks , and had no idea how color correcting could fix my flaws, I also have acne scarring in the same places, I'm a Latina, and I went on Amazon and ordered me the color correctors, they had the orange, green and yellow, your video was very in formative, thank you for sharing, you look beautiful. u just gained a sub 🙂 I just started my channel , posting videos on skin, diy, beauty, health. I am 38 and deal with acne and from me picking, I know that's bad, left me with the scars and hyperpigmintation, a cheaper bake powder you can get at cvs, I got mine their, watching other beauty videos , it's called air spun by coty. I believe that is the name of it, I got it in translucent, but they have other colors. Please sub back I appreciate all the support. thanks for sharing:)

  3. poui poui says:

    i have to get my hands on la girl like I don't know why I'm slacking… lol but I use a translucent powder from like N.Y.C. I believe and it hasn't done me wrong yet!

  4. Tmac1963 says:

    Cinema Secret ultralucent is one of my go to setting powders. It's in Sephora but cost about $20. Also, Sephora has Laura Mercier in a traveling size for around $20 and it is a lot of product.

  5. Yaz says:

    I like how you mixed the glow with your foundation. I was just wondering, have you thought about purchasing a full-coverage foundation (Becca or MUFE HD) to eliminate placing too many products on your skin? Some of your products are already pricey, you may as well add a quality Translucent Powder to your collection: Laura Mercier has an amazing product. I Love it, because it's so finely milled that it doesn't look cakey! I know you still want the natural look, but let's face it, people can still tell when you have makeup on, especially when you suffer from texture issues. So maximize that advantage, but use your beauty blender in case you get too heavy handed; that's just my theory😆😆😆.
    TFS your routine…👍🏾

  6. Nico and Nette says:

    Side note: I do have freckles across my cheeks and nose. This video and makeup routine is NOT intended to cover them, only to cover the hyper pigmentation that resulted from acne.

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