Scarring is a natural process that occurs when the body tries to heal after injury. There are different types of scars. Some of them are light, while others are diverse in appearance. Their color can vary depending on your skin type and where they are in the healing process. Dermatologists describe scars that are too red as hyper-vascular (meaning they have many blood vessels). Excessively dark scars are described as hyperpigmented. Some people are proud of their scars and the stories that go along with them, while others may wish to conceal them so they can express themselves freely.
Scars are beautiful, and you can wear a scar like a badge of honor. You don’t have to hide them. However, if scars make you feel insecure, you can do several things to hide or reduce their appearance. Concealer and foundation can be used to conceal blemishes and even out skin tone, but trying to conceal a scar can seem complicated. Scars usually require more effort to conceal than minor imperfections. When choosing a foundation, make sure to select one that provides all-day coverage. Using a liquid foundation can smooth out the scars’ appearance by filling in the texture. High coverage foundations can make a big difference in your complexion. They conceal redness and uneven skin tones.
Beauty Guru Goa Avetisyan specializes in scar-removing makeup. She regularly gives makeovers to women with cancer or severe skin conditions, and her work not only drastically improves their appearance but also boosts their confidence. Concealer, lip liner, hairspray, and fabulous contouring – everyone looks thrilled with their new looks. Take a look at these beautiful before and after shots of her subjects.