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Camouflage Cosmetics

Plastic surgery can help you to achieve the new look that you've always dreamed of but although you probably look forward to people noticing how great you look you may not want to have to explain to everyone you know that you have gone under the knife.

If you have just had plastic surgery, you have begun to heal and your doctor feels that you are ready to get back to your regular schedule, it may be time to look into camouflage cosmetics.

Camouflage cosmetics are hypoallergenic, fragrance-free products that are specifically designed to disguise the things that you may not want others to notice.

Almost everyone who goes through plastic surgery will have swelling, bruising and incision lines that are visible, but camouflage cosmetics can be used to hide these side effects until they fade away.

These unique cosmetics are designed with a few specific purposes in mind, which can be summed up by the three C's of camouflage cosmetics: concealing, contouring and color-correcting.

The first, and often most essential, camouflage cosmetic that most people will invest in is the concealer. Concealer is used to mask incision lines, scars and bruising. The most effective brands will be creamy enough to blend in naturally with the rest of your face so that no one will even know that you are wearing make-up.

Contouring camouflage cosmetics can be great for individuals who have undergone facial implant surgery or rhinoplasty because they are especially effective when it comes to disguising swelling. For contouring two separate products are necessary: a highlighting product and a contouring shadow.

Color-correcting camouflage cosmetics are superb for dealing with the bruises that often result from plastic surgery. These products come in two different tints: lavender and green. The lavender is typically used to disguise bruising while the green tint is used to hide redness.

It's important to remember that camouflage cosmetics are not just for women, they are for anyone who is healing after plastic surgery.

You don't need to be confined to your house by bruises and swelling. If you feel great on the inside about the change you have made, camouflage cosmetics can help you get back outside so that you can share your transformation with the rest of the world.

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