How To Conceal Dark Circles
Dark circles make you look dull, tired and weary, and can make you look years older.
Baggy and dark puffiness under the eyes make it seem as if you haven't slept in ages or didn't have your morning coffee fix.
Dark circles can be genetic or a sign that it's time to get a good night's sleep.
While a number of home remedies are known for dark circles, they take long and don't offer instant results.
What to do when you are in need for a quick fix? You may have heard of applying red or orange lipstick under your eyes, but the easiest and the best fix remains the four-step way to combat dark circles.
You will need a concealer that is opposite the shade of the dark circles, a concealer that is your actual skin tone shade, and a concealer that is one shade brighter than your skin tone.
You will also need a concealer brush, a beauty blender and a setting powder.
Step 2:Now select a concealer that is the same shade as your skin tone and gently apply on top of the first layer of concealer that you just applied. This step will make the concealer appear more natural. You can also apply your regular foundation instead of a concealer. Be careful not to swipe off the first shade of concealer underneath. Gently blend the concealers. Use a Beauty Blender for this step, softly patting it.
Step 3:Though this step is optional, you may want to brighten up the under eye area with a lighter shade of concealer. Use a thin consistency concealer that is lighter than your skin tone, and apply a few dots. Very gently pat with a Beauty Blender or use a fluffy dome brush.
Step 4:After all the application of concealers, it is time to set the under eye area with a setting powder or your usual face powder. Using the same dome brush or a face brush, apply a thin layer of setting power under the eyes to set the concealer and prevent it from creasing and getting cakey.
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How To Conceal Dark Circles Reviewed by Minza Siddiqui on 4/21/2016 09:56:00 AM Rating: