If you're anything like me, you're probably not getting enough sleep. You don't have a lot of time to pamper yourself, and if anything's going to give that away... it would be those dark circles under your eyes.
It's almost disrespectful, really. They weren't invited to show up on your face, they don't even pay rent. So it's time for them to go.
You'll want to use a peach or orange corrector first. That will color correct that purplish-blue tone under your eyes.
Afterwards, use a brighter concealer on top and blend with a beauty blender.
Last, set with powder. I like to set with foundation powder that's a shade or two lighter than my skin tone.
Below are some of my favorite products to cover dark circles on myself and my clients.
So let me tell you, I've been wanting to shoot with this beauty for months! Her skin, eyes and all around natural beauty is memorizing and I knew I wanted to apply one of my signature looks on her. This was this first time I've done makeup AND took the pictures on my own. We walked around the building that my studio is located in and there was a swimming pool so we decided to take some nautical looking pictures by the pool. I made sure her skin glowed so she looked dewy and ready for summer!
Get the Look:
Eyes: Bad Habit Beauty Dreamstate Palette with Morphe's Jaclyn Hill Palette
Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer in Ebony
Face: Shea Moisture Foundation set with MAC cosmetics Mineralize powder and Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit