I wouldn’t go for a darker color than your natural skin tone. It will just make the dark circles worse. I always recommend going into a department store to try different products before you buy them. The sales people will also be able to recommend different products that might work even better!posted almost 3 years ago
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Physician’s Formula has an affordable double-sided concealer wand with one light salmon-y side and a yellower side for correcting your dark circles. A shade lighter is always a good idea, but make sure to apply it in a triangle formation from your inner corner down the side of your nose area, then out to your pupils only. This will create that Kim K undereye glow :) hope this helped!posted almost 3 years ago
If your under eye circles are bluish/purple I would look for a yellow concealer since yellow is purple’s contrasting color. And I would think a lighter shade over a darker one would conceal better. I’ve heard that your concealer should be one shade lighter because it will blend seamlessly after you put on your foundation.posted almost 3 years ago