Whether you’re trying to hide your under-eye circles or blemishes, these top picks got you covered.
The skin under your eyes are quite delicate that’s why concealers that are feather-light but still able to combat shadows and hide those unwanted lines are suitable for this area.
When choosing a concealer, you should always look for products that are packed with moisturizing properties like Vitamin A and D infusions. It prevents dryness and encourages elasticity for your skin.
Benefit Boiing Concealer
NARS Creamy Concealer
A medium coverage concealer that has a hydrating formula that prevents skin from drying out and it doesn’t go cakey afterwards.
BareMinerals Blemish Remedy Concealer
If you have oily skin, this Kaolin clay infused formula with clay that absorbs execs oil and fights shine and a soft formula that blends with the skin seamlessly.
Make Up Forever Concealer
This highly-pigmented concealer for flawless looking skin can cover even the most extreme spots and could last all day without the need of retouches.
Laura Mercier Secret Concealer
Infused with Vitamin A and E, this doesn’t just cover dark circles, but it cares for the skin as well. It fights the effects of dryness, and encourages elasticity.
YSL Touche Eclat
Designed to look like a pen, the YSL Touche Eclat is light and creamy, whilst still able to cover up those dark circles.
Lancome Teint Miracle Concealer
Flawless coverage that leaves your skin perfect-looking with SPF15 sun protection. It may be a little pricey but it’s worth every penny.
MAC Pro Longwear Concealer
Say goodbye to those dark circles and fine lines as it leaves your skin radiant-looking and smooth. This can be used as a great cover-up for spots too.
Estee Lauder Double Wear Light
Get flawless coverage that will leave you with perfect-looking skin. It contains SPF10.
Clinique All About Eyes
If you’re lucky enough to not need the aid of any foundation, and you just wanna pep your skin up, this is the product for you. It has light boosters that help highlight the face and diffuse the shadows around your eyes. It moisturizes and nourishes the skin.
Source: Marie Claire