Beauty Quickie: Best Dark Circle Concealer Tip- Use a Darker Shade

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Best Dark Circle Concealer

Beauty Quickie: Does it seem like your puffy eyes are thicker than a snicker? Fixing tired eyes to many may seem like a simple solution. For instance, many would say to simply get more beauty rest or slap on some concealer. While both fixes are noble, nevertheless, would you consider trying out a makeup tip that seems kind of unorthodox but the results can be beyond amazing? Well, just hear us out with today’s Beauty Quickie: Best Dark Circle Concealer Tip- Use a Darker Shade?

Best Dark Circle Concealer Tip- Use a Darker Shade

How do you normally apply concealer? For must of us, we pat or slide on one shade of concealer that extends from one end to the other end of our entire under eye area. However, our celebrity makeup professional friends say that to really make dark circles disappear it is recommended to use two different tones. A lighter shade as well as darker shade.





Use the lighter shade to highlight the crease (the area right where you feel bone beginning under your eye) and apply a slightly darker shade of foundation to the dark circle area itself. Remember dark colors help to disguise and minimize, while lighter colors highlight and pronounce areas.

Best Dark Circle Concealer

Think this method doesn’t work? True or false, do most consider black or white to be a more slimming color? Right, the darker color is known for being able to create a slimming effect. This same principle applies with makeup. Therefore, use a darker shade along with your concealer and watch your dark circles disappear.

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Best Dark Circle Concealer