Oluwa, you're an artist! (And yes, we women have to "put on our face" to face the world.... :lol:
I'm a klutz when it comes to blending, etc, but Oluwa's described how to do it beautifully. I"ve also heard of using small sponges (single use only) that are made for putting on makeup. Just practice, and try to use the same type light you'll be seen in most of the day (sunlight, flourescent, incadescent, etc...)
There's a product you can find at places that specialize in makeup called something on the order of "Dermakote" - it is made to cover up blemishes, birthmarks, etc. It is expensive, but I'm told it works wonders.
~"I find hope in the darkest of days, and focus in the brightest. I do not judge the universe." (Dalai Lama)