How To Cover Up Your Dark Circles Like A Pro!

Dark circles can be extremely annoying especially when we have to go out somewhere! On top of that, your eyes look tired, dead and even when you have a good amount of makeup on, you still tend to look dull throughout the day. Basically, this happens because you haven’t covered up your dark circles correctly. So, in order to make your lives easier, we have bought you some simple beauty tricks to hide your dark circles, and make your overall look beautiful, like never before!

 

1. Making triangles

This is one of the most crucial, and unfortunately neglected, technique.  All you have to do is make small tringles, under both your eyes. What this will do is that, it will make your look fuller and more flawless. In addition, this will help to hide your dark circles and any uneven skin tone effectively. Do try this out the next time, and see the difference yourself!

 

 

2. Using a beauty blender

Using a brush might not be that good, as compared to using a beauty blender. This is because the foundation that is blended using a brush takes considerably more time to set, as it usually sits on the skin and doesn’t set that easily. On the other hand, the texture of a blender is much smoother and softer, than a brush and it makes the blending much smoother, giving you a more finished look.

 

 

3. Color corrector

At times, we skin the part of color correcting not knowing how effective it is. This step is to be done before concealing, otherwise your overall look might appear patchy. Color correcting is essential as it helps hide any spots, pigmentation, pimples, dark circles, or any uneven skin tone which are on your face. Moreover, sometimes only foundation isn’t enough to give you a flawless look, and that’s where color correcting comes in to save the day! For more on how to ace this technique, here is a guide to color correct perfectly:

 

 

 

4. Setting the concealer with a Translucent powder

At times, concealers can crease and create harsh lines, after a few minutes of application. This mostly happens around the under-eye area, and this can lead to the reappearance of dark circles. So, in order to avoid this, we can simply use the baking technique, which means applying the translucent powder under your eyes, and let it set for 5-10 minutes. After that, swipe it off using a simple powder brush. This way your skin will not only look flawless, but will also prevent your dark circles from reappearing.

 

 

 

5. Dabbing with your fingers

One of the best ways to blend your concealer is to use your fingers. All you have to do is dab the product with your ring finger, as it can really make your concealer set up perfectly. Additionally, this way your concealer would really blend well, and it would appear as if you’re not wearing any makeup at all, giving you a natural look. So, win-win!

 

 

Hope this was helpful for you ladies. Do comment below and let us know if you have your own beauty trick to apply concealer, which nobody knows of! We’d love to hear from you!

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Dark circles can be extremely annoying especially when we have to go out somewhere! On top of that, your eyes look tired, dead and even when you have a good amount of makeup on, you still tend to look dull throughout the day. Basically, this happens because you haven’t covered up your dark circles correctly. So, in order to make your lives easier, we have bought you some simple beauty tricks to hide your dark circles, and make your overall look beautiful, like never before!

 

1. Making triangles

This is one of the most crucial, and unfortunately neglected, technique.  All you have to do is make small tringles, under both your eyes. What this will do is that, it will make your look fuller and more flawless. In addition, this will help to hide your dark circles and any uneven skin tone effectively. Do try this out the next time, and see the difference yourself!

 

 

2. Using a beauty blender

Using a brush might not be that good, as compared to using a beauty blender. This is because the foundation that is blended using a brush takes considerably more time to set, as it usually sits on the skin and doesn’t set that easily. On the other hand, the texture of a blender is much smoother and softer, than a brush and it makes the blending much smoother, giving you a more finished look.

 

 

3. Color corrector

At times, we skin the part of color correcting not knowing how effective it is. This step is to be done before concealing, otherwise your overall look might appear patchy. Color correcting is essential as it helps hide any spots, pigmentation, pimples, dark circles, or any uneven skin tone which are on your face. Moreover, sometimes only foundation isn’t enough to give you a flawless look, and that’s where color correcting comes in to save the day! For more on how to ace this technique, here is a guide to color correct perfectly:

 

 

 

4. Setting the concealer with a Translucent powder

At times, concealers can crease and create harsh lines, after a few minutes of application. This mostly happens around the under-eye area, and this can lead to the reappearance of dark circles. So, in order to avoid this, we can simply use the baking technique, which means applying the translucent powder under your eyes, and let it set for 5-10 minutes. After that, swipe it off using a simple powder brush. This way your skin will not only look flawless, but will also prevent your dark circles from reappearing.

 

 

 

5. Dabbing with your fingers

One of the best ways to blend your concealer is to use your fingers. All you have to do is dab the product with your ring finger, as it can really make your concealer set up perfectly. Additionally, this way your concealer would really blend well, and it would appear as if you’re not wearing any makeup at all, giving you a natural look. So, win-win!

 

 

Hope this was helpful for you ladies. Do comment below and let us know if you have your own beauty trick to apply concealer, which nobody knows of! We’d love to hear from you!

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