i like elf studio concealer pencil : ) it spot covers and covers dark circles perfectly. powder and goposted almost 4 years ago
During the school year I have epic dark circles. Sleep makes a HUGE difference, but other things help when that’s not possible (or even if it is possible; I am getting lots of sleep lately but they’re still there, albeit much smaller). I use RoC eye cream. It’s nice because you can get it at any drugstore and it works (I saw a huge difference within a week of use). And like everyone has said, concealer is the best. I’m trying to use up my MAC cream concealer so I can get something from Amazing Cosmetics, but it’s not too bad for the time being. Dust powder on over the concealer though so you don’t get anything cakey going on.posted almost 4 years ago
I dislike benefit’s erase paste because of how thick and sticky it is. It also settles into lines. For an undereye concealer I would recommend Benefits’ boiing highly. just look up reviews; it’s an amazing product. I use it all the time :!posted almost 4 years ago
I heard that green tea teabags work. just put them in the fridge after using them and then when it’s cool put them on your eyes :)posted almost 4 years ago
I get them really bad, always. It stinks. I will definitely try some of the tips. :]posted almost 4 years ago
A MAC MA once told me that if you’re looking to purchase an undereye concealer, test it at the store on the back of your hand, on the vein – if you blend it in and the vein disappears or appears extremely faint, that’s the right concealer for you…
Also, when applying undereye concealer, tilt your head downwards – the dark circles will show up more visibly and you know where to apply the concealer.posted almost 4 years ago
ive been trying to get rid of mine forever. i think im allergic to something. try to get a concealer with pink tones instead of yellow tones.posted almost 4 years ago
I have really dark ones, but they’re genetic so there’s nothing I can do about mine.
I’ve tried Benefit’s Erase Paste, and I have to say it’s pretty bad. It’s really dry and look horrible after a few hours wear.
I usually just put cucumber slices on my eyes in the morning to brighten them, and then for now, I put up with the Benefit one.posted almost 4 years ago
i was at the chemist today and saw the garnier caffeine anti-dark circle 2-in-1 (foundation and eye cream) roll on – which i want to give a try. its had mixed reviews online.
has anyone tried it?posted almost 4 years ago
I have had mine dark circles under eyes for ages and they don’t go away. I have tried everything…longer sleep, cleaned my skin super-neatly, creams, face masks, even tried that light reflecting foundation. So nothing has helped and I’m quite used to them. I even like them:)posted almost 4 years ago
I’ve tried the Garnier eye roll on, but not the foundation one.
It’s pretty crap to be honest, doesn’t get rid of them, or even reduce the appearance of them. The only good thing is that it’s cooling under your eyes in the morning, but you could use a cold spoon for that.
sleeps reallllllyyyy helps a lot!
But if it’s actually by nature and it never goes away, than i’m ur savior:
chek this video out. it really saved me! & u don’t even need to use expensive concealer!posted over 3 years ago
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