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The Chanel bags under my eye…

Most of us tend to just sweep a layer of concealer to the entire under eye area a super-thick concealer and heaps of powder. WHY?  Movement plus thick concealer and powder equals WEIRD UNBLENDED MAKEUP LINES. The product will settle into the naturally occurring lines under your eyes, wrong. I mean this is a perfect way to cover up zits and blemishes but not the right way for under eye circles.

Two Ways to Conceal the Bags:

1- To Really conceal bags, it’s best to highlight the crease and then apply a darker shade to the actual puffy area.

2- Use a lightweight concealer with a slight color-canceling (Color-Canceling Loose  Powder (CC Powder) or Color Correctors) undertone and blend well. The color of your circles will depend on the undertone that you go for. If your circles are purple or blueish, look for a concealer with a salmon or orangey tone; if your circles appear black or greenish, look for one with a slight yellow tint. Generally (but not always), light complexions will need the salmon tones and darker skin will need the yellow. kylie-jenner-schaut-ernst

My recommendations for Concealers:

1- Mini Miracle Eye Wand, Charlotte Tilbury 

2- Radiant Creamy Concealer, NARS 

3- Intant Age Rewind Concealer, Maybelline 

My recommendations for Color-Correctors:

1- 5 Camouflage Cream Palette, Makeup Forever 

2- Naked Skin Color Correcting Skin, Urban Decay 

3- Reveal Concentrated Color Correcting Drops, Algenist 

My recommendations for Color-Correctors Loose Powders:

1- Prisme Libre Loose Powder – Couture Edition, Givenchy

2-  LeClerc Loose Powder – Orchidee | Bistre

3- Retouching Powder, Bobbi Brown 

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