How to deal with Dark Circles and Under-Eye Bags？
3. Use concealer foundation: After applying the concealer, use a foundation that matches your skin tone. Apply it evenly all over your face and gently blend it out, ensuring to cover the eye area, including around the eyes.
4. Avoid excessive foundation: Applying too much foundation can make your makeup appear heavy, especially around the eye area. Therefore, only lightly pat a small amount of foundation where needed for coverage.
5. Brightening effect: To reduce the shadow effect of dark circles and under eye bags, you can use a concealer product with a brightening effect. Apply it to the under eye bags and dark circles, then gently tap and blend it out with your fingertips.
6. Overall contouring: By using a light-colored loose powder or highlighting contour product, apply it under the eyes and above the brow bone to enhance the eye contour and minimize the appearance of under eye bags and dark circles.
It’s important to remember that makeup is a temporary solution. If you have severe dark circles and under eye bags, it’s recommended to focus on skincare, including a healthy diet, sufficient sleep, exercise, and consult with a professional for long-term solutions.
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