Hello, summer wedding season! This is the time of year where showing a little leg is practically a requirement but wearing stockings is the last thing we want to do. How else can a woman get flawless-looking legs without out them? A pair of sheer pantyhose can have the benefit of smoothing down last night's guacamole fest and covering up leg veins, scrapes from weeding the garden and any other bug bites turned what-the-heck-happened, but, let's face it, they're hot on 90-degree days!
The Best Way to Cover Up Leg Veins
So, if you want to say no to stockings, but look like you have flawless Hollywood starlet legs, we have a trick for you...Glow Time BB Cream and Golden Shimmer Face & Body Lotion. That's right, all you need is a bit of two products you probably already own to cover up leg veins or any other marks on your legs.
Leg Makeup Pro Tips
Wondering how to hide varicose veins and other imperfections? If you want to cover up leg veins like a pro, here's a quick video tutorial.
Apply Glow Time with a Blending Brush to the areas where veins are most prominent. First, use a stippling motion to apply the product then blend it out using quick circular strokes.
Next, apply Golden Shimmer using the same technique.
Spritz your leg with your favorite Hydration Spray to set the makeup for a long-lasting airbrushed finish.
The 60-second Version
Applying makeup for veins on legs doesn't have to be complicated. If you're in a rush and don't have time to carefully apply Glow Time BB Cream and Golden Shimmer with a Blending Brush, then use your hands! Here's how to cover up leg veins in 60-seconds or less. Squirt equal parts Glow Time BB Cream and Golden Shimer in your hands. Rub them together to combine the mixture. Then, apply it like you would lotion. Goodbye to pantyhose, hello airbrushed legs!
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