How to Hide Dark Circles!

Monday, 20 March 2017

As a Professional Makeup Artist, I have been asked this question by women of all ages, skin types, tones, and even by men. I too have also struggled with trying to conceal my dark circles, and it made me self conscience to be seen without makeup at one point. But, luckily for you I have researched the products that actually worked for me and my clients, keep reading to find out what products those are, what they do and how to use them. 

How to Hide Dark Circles

                                              Posted March 20th 2017 by Stephanie Vainer 

1. A Cooling Eye Cream speaks for itself: 

Of course Sephora would have a Cooling Eye Cream 
that is the perfect primer for your colour correcting cream. 
A primer means, you put it UNDER your cream, but after your face has been washed and your moisturizer has been applied.
For a cool $45 you can boost the smoothing of your skins texture, 
support microcirculation, and reduce puffiness and also increases 
circulation to assist in eventually aiding the masking of your dark circles.   

2. Get yourself a colour correcting cream: 

The colour correcting cream works to hide dark circles because it uses the colour theory to contradict the blue, and violets under eye circles, by using range and yellow! 

TIP: The colour correcting cream is used UNDER your foundation and concealer, but OVER your moisturizers. 
This is Erase Paste by Benefit, and you can find it at Sephora for $34.
This has been my favourite colour correcting product,
and I have been using it for years! I actually recently ran
out and I will be going back for another one real soon. 

The best palette in my opinion has always been created by 
Makeup Forever, and you can buy it from Sephora for $49.
I love palettes, if your going to spend the money in my 
opinion should probably be to go for more money. 

3. Simply finish with your usual makeup routine. 

If you want to know how to get rid of them once and for all? Than I have a upcoming post that you may seriously be interested in reading.