5 Rules Of Covering Dark Circles by Lizzie Venni - Musely
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5 Rules Of Covering Dark Circles

posted in Beauty > Makeup
  • 1. Apply concealer after your foundation.

    Many of us learned that concealer comes before foundation, but your foundation will provide some coverage and help you to use less concealer.

  • 2. Use caution when choosing your concealer’s colour.

    Use a concealer that has an undertone that is the opposite colour of the discolouration, for most people this would be peach, coral or salmon coloured but yellow-tone concealers can make the under eye discoloration look grey.

  • 3. Go darker with your concealer when puffiness is present.

    For puffiness, use a darker coloured concealer, because a darker colour will recess something or make something appear deeper or smaller. A darker color will pull the puffiness back, making it look even with the rest of your skin.

  • 4. Go lighter with your concealer when there are deep lines.

    A lighter color will open something up or bring something forward.

  • 5. Only use concealer where there is discolouration.

    If you apply concealer in the entire under eye area, it doesn’t hide dark circles it can accentuate them.


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