Notifications
Clear all

beard cover

10 Posts
8 Users
0 Reactions
196 Views
Posts: 4296
Managing Ambassador
Topic starter
(@billiejay)
Majestic Member     The Middle of Nowhere (TMoN), California, United States of America
Joined: 6 years ago

what do you recommend for beard cover?

I don't have a lot of areas of "fast" growth, but my goatee (mustache, chin, and sides) seems to be more coarse and requires more coverage to keep hidden.

Reply
9 Replies
Posts: 1522
Duchess
(@alison-anderson)
Noble Member     Middlesex county, New Jersey, United States of America
Joined: 6 years ago

I use Ben Nye's 5'Osharp.  It comes in 2 shades and with my olive skin I use the darker shade.  I will often go for a walk with the only makeup the Ben Nye on my upper lip and chin.  You can also blend this in with other foundation to touch up trouble areas.

Reply
Posts: 4296
Managing Ambassador
Topic starter
(@billiejay)
Majestic Member     The Middle of Nowhere (TMoN), California, United States of America
Joined: 6 years ago

I do similar...

I was wondering what Jecca Blac recommends.

Reply
Posts: 0
Guest
(@Anonymous)
New Member
Joined: 1 second ago

LA Girl HD Pro Orange Concealer + setting powder + color-matched foundation has worked well for me.

Reply
Posts: 24
Professional
(@jeccablac)
Eminent Member     London, London, United Kingdom
Joined: 5 years ago

Hi there!

So, our first product, the Correct and Conceal Palette, was actually designed for helping to cover beard cover! We have two sections of the palette, one which contains a colour corrector shade and the other that contains a concealer.

Firstly, we'd always recommend that you use a primer before applying any products, especially on areas that you have identified as having more texture. We'd recommend using a blurring primer for this, to help even out some of the skin texture around the area you are looking to cover. Then, you apply the colour corrector onto the face and blend it out so that it all looks even. If you find that you need more coverage, then feel free to add some more of the colour corrector and continue to blend it out!

Once you're happy with the colour correction, then you can start applying the concealer shade in the same was as the corrector. Once you are happy with how blended the concealer is, you should powder the area with either some loose translucent powder, or a pressed, tinted face powder if you're looking for extra coverage.

You can find out more information about our award-winning Correct & Conceal Palette here and we've also created some video and blog-format tutorials on the subject, which you can find here and here.

We also offer a free Makeup Assistance Service, where if you submit a selfie to us, we will shade match you and provide you with a free, personalised makeup routine that you can follow along with! You can find the Shade Matching tool here.

I hope that this helps to answer your question, but please don't hesitate to ask anymore questions if you have them.

Have a great day! 🙂

Reply
Posts: 4296
Managing Ambassador
Topic starter
(@billiejay)
Majestic Member     The Middle of Nowhere (TMoN), California, United States of America
Joined: 6 years ago

thank you!

Reply
Posts: 307
(@catherinedickson)
Reputable Member     Los Angeles suburb, California, United States of America
Joined: 4 years ago

I'm such a newb I didn't even know they made products specifically for beard cover. I'm still not free to use makeup due to wife issues, but one day I will be trying this Jecca Blac product.

Thank you for creating this forum and to Jecca Blac for participating.

Cheers,
Catherine

Reply
Posts: 741
Baroness
(@trish1980)
Prominent Member     Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
Joined: 3 years ago

I haven't tried any products specific to concealing facial hair but would like to. I have, however, used either a darker orange lipstick or light red above my upper lip and below my lower lip and they actually work quite well in concealing the "blue" of facial hair. Thanks for the post Billiejay.

Reply
Posts: 260
(@cdrachel)
Reputable Member     Spokane, Washington, United States of America
Joined: 5 years ago

Personally, I use Mehron cremeblend Makeup stick in Light Auguste for my beard cover.  Light taps with a makeup sponge and covering that with the same product, but in medium Olive hides that icky stubble well.

Reply
Posts: 62
(@kandacekussen)
Trusted Member     Florida, United States of America
Joined: 2 years ago

I have done the same thing several times as well with red lipstick and it works extremely well

Reply
Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from Crossdresser Heaven.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details?