Color correcting concealer Depending on your skin tone and the hickey itself, the color you'll use to cover it will vary. Make Up For Ever has a great palette with all three shades in it.
On clean, dry skin, tap color corrector gently onto the hickey with your fingers, carefully building coverage and blending out edges use a dampened sponge to blend edges if you need to! Pat the formula in, rather than rub it.
Remember, this is your neck Tap on matching concealer lightly, the same way you applied the corrector Set with a light dusting of no-color setting powder and poof, the hickey might as well be gone! Spoon Not like that.
You've gotten close enough. Apply to the hickey as massagr as possible to prevent further swelling and bruising and leave on for about minutes.
You can also massage the cold spoon over the area to break up any of Up Edison and generous looking for fun congealed blood," says Molly Leahy, bridal hair and makeup artist at Blushing Brides. Use A Lipstick Cap Not like that. Another trick is to get fresh blood flowing to the area by taking the cap off a lipstick and pressing it into the mawsage over the hickey and twisting it back and forth, says Leahy.
When datibg remove it from the hickey the area will briefly get redder before lightening up.