Blue veins that appear on the face are called spider veins. These veins are superficial blood vessels that appear blue in the skin. Common causes of spider veins include hereditary, hormones, and injury to the skin. Sun exposure can cause spider veins on the cheeks or nose of someone who has fair skin. Although spider veins develop in both men and women, they are more prevalent in women. The good news is that spider veins can be disguised. Yellow and peach concealers neutralise blue veins so they are easily covered.
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Things you need
- Skin cleanser
- Moisturiser, if needed
- Face powder
Prepare the skin by cleansing the face with your favourite skin cleanser.
Moisturise, if needed.
Apply yellow/peach concealer directly onto the blue vein with a clean fingertip or a concealer brush.
Pat lightly around edges of concealer to blend into skin.
Apply the foundation over the concealer. Pat the foundation on lightly to avoid rubbing the concealer off your skin.
Apply face powder for lasting coverage.
Tips and warnings
- Dermablend foundation provides full coverage.
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