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Help concealing/treating my hollow undereyes

Hi so I have been having so much trouble doing my under eye concealer. I have hollow eyes so the shadow never goes away. I want to know some treatments and how to conceal them without so much shadow popping out.


Re: Help concealing/treating my hollow undereyes

@Allison555101, I have perma-luggage aka mylar bags.  I don't plan on doing treatments for them, because while I don't like them, I can live with them and don't necessarily want to pay for a treatment.


That being said, the trick to conceal them is too use a concealer that is light enough to cover the area, but not to much as to draw attention, because you're essentially highlighting the area.  You conceal right where the shadow appears.


If I'm not wearing a full face I just either Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Bright Fix Eye Brightener Concealer or concealer like Natasha Denona Hy-Glam Brightening & Hydrating Medium to Full Coverage Crease Proof Serum Concealer ... or Dior Backstage Concealer 4N in the smallest amount to cover.  The shadow softens a lot.


The other thing to do is get an under eye roller and keep it in the fridge.  The coolness helps with depuffing.  You can also try lymphatic massage, too.

Re: Help concealing/treating my hollow undereyes

Hi there @Allison555101 

Using a color corrector before your concealer can help counteract the color of your undereye shadows. Since they tend to be blue or purple, orange or peach tones will help cancel them out.  After you use a color corrector you can use your concealer over top to mask it.

I say start lightly with both, you don't want to much product on your face and everything sits nicer when your base is hydrated. So don't skip the moisturizer 😉

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