Dark Circles:Beauty Hacks to Hide!
Dark circles are one of the most common and frustrating problems people face. They can lower your self-confidence, give you a tired appearance, and even trigger behavioral changes in some people. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to hide those dark circles and look bright again.
But the question is, what are these dark circles? How can we hide it properly? Let's find out.
What are dark circles under the eyes?
Dark circles under the eyes are a common problem many people deal with and can have several causes. It can happen for many reasons and may not be associated with a health problem. They can also be inherited early childhood traits that may worsen as you age. However, dark circles can usually be treated depending on what's causing them. Figuring out the best makeup tricks to mask it is critical, and that's where the pros come in.
What causes dark circles under the eyes?
The skin under your eyes is thinner than the rest of your face, so dark circles are caused by excess pigment and veins peeking through. As we get older, we lose even more volume under our eyes. While darkness under your eyes is something most of us deal with, you could also be prone to more extreme circles for two reasons.
A common cause of dark circles from pigment is irritation. This leads to melanin pigment deposit, so-called post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation—dermatologists call these dark circles allergic shiners. If you've had dark circles for as long as you remember or have allergies or asthma, your circles could be due to lingering irritation.
How to cover dark circles with makeup?
De-puff the eyes: ice packs, cool eye gels, or a cool teaspoon are super soothing under the eyes and help constrict the blood vessels very quickly.
Apply eye cream: it rejuvenates skin and gives it a youthful glow and even skin tone, lessens the appearance of dark circles and puffiness, preps skin for makeup, and strengthens and protects the under-eye area.
Use a foundation: Use a foundation all over, blending in a very thin layer under your eyes. Apply it with a finger to create a dense coverage, then blend it with a damp beauty sponge.
Use a corrector: You can't use just a foundation over dark circles as it will appear ashy. A corrector uses color theory to cancel out the tones of pigmentation or bruised eyes so you can conceal them on top.
Blend in a concealer: It is crucial to pick a concealer that works for your skin type. Deposit small dots of concealer at the inner third of the eye and the outer corner with a synthetic bristle brush. Then, use the pads of your fingers to push-press it in.
Set it well: Use blotting papers to remove the shine in the area, and then use a small brush to apply setting powder.
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