Pick up a wrinkle filler product, which naturally expands when its applied to a dimple. Wrinkle fillers typically contain calcium hydroxylapatite, hyaluronic acid gel or collagen. Over-the-counter wrinkle fillers are cream or ointment-based, while doctors use injections.
Wash your face before you begin to remove oils. Use your typical cleanser, then pat your skin dry.
Use the applicator brush to dab wrinkle filler over the entire dimple.
Let the wrinkle filler dry before you apply makeup.
Cover up the spot with concealer that matches your skin tone. Dab the concealer over the wrinkle filler using a makeup sponge. Cover the dimple, then use a small amount of concealer to blend out toward the skin to make the spot less obvious.
Dab setting powder over the concealer using a powder brush or powder puff. This ensures all-day coverage with the concealer.
Apply a foundation that matches your skin to even out your skin tone and hide the concealer.