Lack of sleep, allergies, and basic genetics can leave you with dark circles under your eyes, says Mally Roncal. Use her makeup tips to hide the drama.
Always put on concealer before foundation. It may be all the coverage you need. No matter what your skin color, choose a creamy concealer with a yellow undertone: It'll counteract undereye darkness. Apply with a brush for extra precision.
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The skin around your eyes is delicate, so don't rub it! Instead, blend concealer by pressing it in with your ring finger-it's the weakest one, so it has the softest, gentlest touch.
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Set your concealer with a dusting of powder that matches your skin tone (bonus if it has a little radiance to brighten the area). Use a light hand with powder. Too much will look cakey.
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Gorgeous. And remember: If the concealer settles into your lines by midday, just smooth your ring finger over it-the warmth will melt it back into your skin.
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