The biggest beauty struggle for everyone is dark circles. We all want to make a good impression at work, in a meeting with clients and even our dates. Because When we talk with another person, we will notice the face and their eyes first. The dark circles around the eyes can make us look exhausted. They also add up years on our face and making up look older. There are lots of reasons behind getting dark like lack of sleep, stress, hormonal changes, age effect, balanced diet. Unfortunately, it’s hard to hide under-eye circles. If you are looking at how to hide dark circles with makeup then you are in the right place. I will share some amazing makeup tips that help you to hide dark circles.

How To Hide Dark Circles With Makeup

1. Moisturizing

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Gentle Wash the eye area first and make sure it’s dry and clean of any oil.  And Apply eye cream. If possible, don’t skip this on your daily regimen. It helps to moisturize and brighten the skin underneath. Always choose a moisturizer that has skin lightening and repair properties.

2. Conceal

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Dark circles are mainly in blue or gray in color. To cover them we need to apply a color that’s opposite in the color wheel, like peach or orange. Always choose a concealer shade that is 1-2 shades darker than your skin tone. So it actually hides your dark circles. Apply the concealer in an upside down triangle, low enough under the eyes to completely cover the area.

3. Blend the Concealer

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If you don’t wear foundation, choose a concealer that’s the same color as your skin tone. Use the sponge to blend the edges of the concealer area and watch the peach/orange color disappear. Be gentle around your eyes area.

4. Brighten

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This step is optional if you feel like you can still see your dark circles, you may want to brighten your under eyes with a lighter concealer. Choose concealer color that is one shade lighter than your skin tone so it brightens the under eye area. Just dab small dots around the dark area under the eye, and then blend in using your soft makeup sponge.

5. Setting Powder And Reduce Dark Circles

If you have dry skin, you can skip this step or just use a matte eyeshadow that is two shades lighter than your skin tone. use a flat thin sponge and apply a thin layer of powder in your T Zone and under your eyes. It will help you to set the makeup last long and prevent it from creasing easily.

Go ahead follow these makeup tricks and cover your dark circles naturally, If you enjoyed this post, I’d be very grateful if you’d help it spread by emailing it to a friend or sharing it on Twitter or Facebook. Thank you!

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