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Applying Dermablend Makeup To mildy flaky skin

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My scab from my 40% glycolic acid peel is just about over with, should be all good by friday, maybe saturday morning. Anyways, I use dermablend makeup and it's most likely the thickest makeup around. How shall I apply it to my skin now? My skin's pretty flaky, a bit below mild flaky so not TOO bad and it's a bit dry. I usually apply it on the spot and spread in all directions but this time it's a streak that's like 2.5 cm long but it's not TOO red but I need it covered and have missed 2 days of school so far because of this. It should be better by tomorrow but just incase it isn't or is still mildly flaky/dry how would I use the dermablend cover cream followed by setting powder to cover this mofo? I need to go to school tomorrow and quick replies would be appreciated. Thanks.

EDIT : I need makeup job as good as possible.

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Guest mishmosh

just go to school and if anybody says anything, just say it is ezcema.

That is what I did when I had a peel disaster a couple of years ago when I burnt my nose . I dont think you can disguise it, esp if you are a bloke.

keep applying mosituriser to it

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just go to school and if anybody says anything, just say it is ezcema.

That is what I did when I had a peel disaster a couple of years ago when I burnt my nose . I dont think you can disguise it, esp if you are a bloke.

keep applying mosituriser to it

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just go to school and if anybody says anything, just say it is ezcema.

That is what I did when I had a peel disaster a couple of years ago when I burnt my nose . I dont think you can disguise it, esp if you are a bloke.

keep applying mosituriser to it

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Guest mishmosh

oh dear! i dont know what happened there!

The site ground to a hault earlier and nothing was happening

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