Here is the low down on three under eye concealers that work well to disguise tell-tale dark circles, brighten the eye area and mask imperfections:
Maybelline UK has recently launched their FitMe makeup range designed to give you all the essentials you need for perfect-looking skin. The liquid foundation, powder and concealer are all designed to fit together perfectly to provide you with a completely flawless face. The FitMe concealer is available in six shades and seamlessly covers bags and blurs imperfections without hiding skin’s natural radiance. Maybelline’s UK MakeUp Director Sharon Dowsett explained why the FitMe range works so well. “Universal all-in-one products are great for saving time, but if you want a flawless looking base, you need the right shade of foundation and you need the concealer and powder to match,” Sharon told Cover Media.
If you fancy an all-in-one eye bag concealer that’s great for use on the move then try Garnier’s Miracle Skin Perfector BB Eye Roll On. You might have tried Garnier Eye Roll On concealer products before, but this one is extra special thanks to the added BB mineral pigment that covers and blurs dark circles quicker and better. This wonder product comes in two different shades and it works to hydrate and radiate the under eye area as well as mask pesky shadows.
To use it to its best ability, start by applying directly onto the eye contour where dark circles appear. As you move the roller around the inner contour the formula is dispensed automatically via the cooling, massaging roller ball. Once you’re happy with the coverage, you can blend in with your fingertips as if you were applying your regular concealer.
If you want something more specific than a roller, then the Dior Skinflash Radiance Booster Pen could be worth checking out. This effective, lightweight and luxuriously packaged product will give your complexion an instant perk by brightening dark circles in a swoosh. You can’t go wrong with this concealer as it is so lightweight there are no tell-tale signs that you’ve used makeup to disguise fatigue.
Your under eye area is the thinnest and most fragile bit of skin on your face, so apply a little dab with your ring finger to start to check the colour then glide around the area.
You can even run this product down the centre and sides of your nose, to make your nose appear slimmer. Try applying this on the inner corner of the eyes to open them up or you can even apply it to the highest part of your cheek bones for some model-worthy bone structure. © Cover Media