I have Indian skin and hereditary dark circles and I need an under eye concealer that won't cake, crease or become chalky. My skin tone is similar to Freida Pintos. I've tried Erase Paste, Lancome, Cover FX, tarte and Smashbox. After a few hours the concealer looks awful. I need help.
Re: Dark Circles
I love Janine's product recommendations! Have are a couple tips to help you even more:
1. Make sure your building coverage by layering sheer layers of concealor to help elimante creasing.
2. Utilize a color corrector (something with a bit of peach) to neutralize some of the discoloration which also helps to cut down on concealing time and you use less concealor.
Sephora Collection Smoothing and Brighting Concealor Peach #5
3. Gently press and roll a natural bristle eyeshadow brush over the concealor. It's poress bristles will absord excess product.
Sephora Collection Natural Crease Brush #10
4. Set your concealor with a light dusting of setting powder.
Laura Mericer Setting Powder
Re: Dark Circles[ Edited ]
I would recommend using a concealer that is water based, to prevent creasing mid-day, like Make Up For Ever's HD Invisible Cover Concealer. This product is designed to lift the undereye area while reducing dark circles for a brightening effect. This lightweight concealer can also be used to cover up blemishes, dark spots, and redness that appears on the face as well. since it is part of MUFE's HD line it's designed to give your complexion a flawless finish, even in photographs!