Removing a Dark Shadow After Waxing Your Upper Lip
Removing a dark shadow after waxing your upper lip won't take more than a few quick moments of your time. Remove a dark shadow after waxing your upper lip with help from a licensed cosmetologist with over 5 years of experience in this free video clip.
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Hi, guys. This is Chelsey Baker, professional cosmetologist of 5 years. Today, I'm going to show you how to remove a dark shadow on your upper lip after waxing. Let's get started. So to cover a dark shadow after waxing your lip, you're just going to take concealer and just randomly dab it on the upper lip and then go in and just kind of smudge blend it with the finger and cover with a powder. There really is no way to actually remove this shadow because what the shadow is, is your actual hair follicles, so you can really just cover it to hide it, but I really recommend in order to avoid a shadow is use a depilatory cream instead of actual waxing, it's a lot cheaper and not as painful, no irritation and it'll kind of remove right into the follicle so you wont get that shadow, but this is really nice if you do prefer to wax, it's just a quick cover up. And there you go. And that's how you remove a dark shadow on your upper lip after waxing. If you have any more beauty questions feel free to ask. See you next time.