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4 Full-Coverage Vitiligo Makeup Routines by Beauty Vloggers

While some women with vitiligo are proud to show their spots, others prefer full coverage – and that’s okay too. Yet whether you’re just in the mood, looking for security, or enjoying the art and expression of makeup, covering vitiligo spots can be difficult. That’s where these trend-setting beauty vloggers with vitiligo come in. Experts in the makeup industry, these vloggers have put beauty products to the test and found their tried-and-true makeup routines. Lucky for us, they’re willing to share them.

In the videos below, each vlogger shares her full-coverage makeup routine for an everyday look that you can try yourself.

Everyday Natural Makeup Look by Vitiligo Beauty | 8 minutes

With more than 9 makeup tutorials and reviews, Sonam knows a thing or two about wearing makeup to cover vitiligo. Here you’ll find her everyday look in a simple, 8-minute tutorial.

Full Coverage Vitiligo Routine by Tracey Mendoza | 46 minutes

Looking to lose the glam? Tracey has you covered with her basic, go-to full-coverage look. See how she covers her vitiligo in this every day look she uses for going to the office and trips around town.

Vitiligo Makeup Tutorial by Simply Gaby | 11 minutes

Vitiligo makeup doesn’t have to be hard – just as Gaby. Sharing her everyday makeup look, Gaby talks about finding the right shade of foundation and provides a list of the products used.

Every Day Makeup Routine by Lauren Elyse | 14 minutes

Despite the poor sound quality, this makeup artist’s video tutorial has racked up more than 76,000 views. Known for her ultra-bold and attention-grabbing looks, Lauren shares her more everyday routine in this 14-minute tutorial.

Do you have a favorite online makeup tutorial? Share it with us in the comments below.

Photo by Joelle Jaroski.

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Erika Page

Erika Page is a writer and blogger with universal vitiligo. Her first spots appeared on her spine when she was seven years old and today vitiligo covers her entire body. Based just south of Washington, D.C., Erika founded Living Dappled to create a community of inspiration and hope for girls and women living with vitiligo.

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