Dealing with dark circles under the eyes can be a hassle, whether it's due to stress or a lack of sleep. However, with the right combination of concealer and colour corrector, you can completely hide them. Here are some simple strategies to help you cover up dark circles under your eyes:
Combine Concealer and Color Correctors
Using an orange colour corrector with your concealer can neutralize the bluish-grey discolouration under your eyes. Apply one layer of the corrector followed by one layer of concealer for best results. If you don't have a dedicated corrector, mix your concealer with orange or pink lipstick, lip gloss, or eyeshadow.
Adjust Eyelid Color
To correct the colour of your eyelids, apply a powder blush to them. This will help cancel out a substantial portion of the pigmentation and make them appear less dull and grey. Avoid using concealer on your eyelids as it can be too thick and may crease.
Add Sparkling Eyeshadow
To make your eyes pop, apply a highlighter or glitter makeup to the centre of your eyelids. This will add a beautiful sparkle to your eyes and make them appear brighter.
Use a Lighter Shade of Eyeshadow Base
If you want to get a true representation of the colour of your eyeshadow, use a lighter base such as a white or nude eyeshadow base. This will help pigmented eyelashes reflect bright colours better.
Choose the Right Under-Eye Concealer Color
If you have blue-grey under-eye circles, warmer tones such as brown, orange, and pink can help neutralize the discolouration. Avoid using blues, purples, and other cool tones as they can make dark circles stand out even more.