The Foolproof Guide To Covering Acne Scars And Red Spots

Despite what my friends say and what people think when looking at me from far away, I do not have perfect skin. I just don’t, and that’s fine with me. Do I hate breaking out? For sure. But I’ve been dealing with acne for most of my life, and I’m used to it now.

I’ve always taken very good care of my skin, but that didn’t stop me from getting acne scars. I have several, and I deal with them every day. I know how frustrating they can be because they can serve as a constant reminder of the way your skin affected you. I was really emotional when I had severe acne because it ruined my self esteem. But I try not to let my scars do that.

Covering acne scars is pretty similar to covering up a zit, with just a little more effort. Today I’m going to show you how to do it so click through for your foolproof guide!

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  • aahana

    Hi I have numerous pimple marks on ma cheeks some are really dark n rest are light,,,, guide me how to apply makeup to get a clear face,,,,,

  • Hanna

    Hey, you’re beautiful! At least you don’t have to deal with that acne anymore :/

  • Nas

    You could also use Mederma on your scars to get
    Rid of them. It takes a while and it’s a little pricey, but it’s worth it.

    • no mederma pls

      i‘ve had used the mederma and it actually bad for my sensitive does irritate my skin and it will become like a burning dark spot leaves on my face.

  • goofyt727

    This was helpful, but what happens if you have a HUGE acne scar? I have a really bad habit of picking at them after they start to heal, since I’m really insecure about my looks. It’s been a lot better, but I have a date and I really want to cover it up…

  • Nata

    But you are beautiful…in the “after” shot, yes, but in the “before” you are incandescent