We've all had those days where we look sleep-deprived. Dark circles under your eyes are evident from the all-nighter you pulled earlier in the week and it's getting harder to hide them. You may find that normal foundation isn't quite able to conceal it anymore or it's visible after an hour. That's where your new best friend comes in to play. Eye concealer is used before applying foundation and is used to hide bruises, scars, dark circles, redness or anything else you're trying to hide. You can get it in a few different colour combinations, so which one should you be using?
Selecting An Eye Concealer
Firstly, consider the colour of the mark you're trying to hide. The colour concealer you use will be based on this. If you're trying to hide purple blemishes, dark circles or veins, use a concealer with yellow pigment. It's opposite to purple on the colour wheel, so that's the best guide at finding the colour you'll need. Purple helps to combat dull complexions and is used on those with more of a yellowish tinge. You'll need to use orange if you have a darker complexion with the dark circles under your eyes. Finally, if you're got lighter skin and tired lines, pink concealers best for you. Liquid or cream versions of eye concealer are recommended for normal to dry skin types. For oily skin, then consider a powered version. Most commonly used would be a cream-based blend. It's easier for professionals to use on a wider range of skins.
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