Dec 28, 2012
I have really bad under eye circles, almost look like bruises and I just recently bought Kat Von D's "lock it tattoo concealer" after hearing great reviews but it isn't quite doing the job! Help? Any other suggestions? Thank you :)
You can try searching YouTube videos to see how other girls apply it. I know I've seen videos on it before. Seems people have a real love/hate relationship with that concealer.
Dec 30, 2012
You should try a color correcting concealer. One with a pinky-peachy tone to cancel out the purple-blue of your under eye circles. Bobbi Brown has one that seems to be a cult favorite. I use MAC prolongwear in a warm tone is a shade lighter than my own. I have tried and loved erase paste by benefit as well:) Agreeing with Chelsey G though, eye creams are a must! I use vitamin e serum to help my dark circles fade.
Use a olay eye cream its going to work ! and apply it with the finger thats next to your pinky cause thats your lightest finger and your eyes are very sensitive now only apply that when going to sleep ! and i would say use a almay concealer first apply your foundation then concealer under your eyes. Trust me once you start using a eye cream the dark circles will start going away
I agree with Chelsey G and Jocelyn C....you must have a great base for any corrector or concealer to work its magic. View eye cream as a multi-use product..
helps lighten up the darkness and works as a primer for the concealer. ;)
try use a under eye brightening cream after your moiturize too, and then do foundation, then concealer, and or use a eye gel, such as clarins, origins has a nice brightening refreshing eye cream, it works for me! http://www.ThisGirlBeauty.com
Dec 31, 2012
First treat the under eye circles. Dont just hide them. Buy one of the ye gel masks and pop them in the fridge then place on your eyes for 30 mins. Also you can use cumber. Try buying a moisturizer for the under eyes that also has vitamins in it. While doing this daily cover up with concealer after. Mac has really good concealer
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