How To: Cover Nasty Blemishes and Eye Circles

Cover Nasty Blemishes and Eye Circles

It is easy to use too much product when trying to cover dark under eye circles and blemishes. Here we give some tips on how to apply these products in moderation. 

For Dark Circles:

Eye Gel:

Use an eye gel or cream to help reduce the appearance of under eye circles and puffiness. This product will also brighten the eye area as well.

Example: DDF Erase Eye Gel 

Corrector:

Use a very small amount of a corrector to cover up dark eye circles. Blend upwards with light padding motions.

Example: CoverGirl/Olay Simply Ageless Corrector

For Blemishes:

Serum:

Apply a serum to the blemish as a base before using a coverup or corrector.

Example: DDF's Mesojection Antioxidant Moisturizing Serum

 Corrector:

Use a small amount of a corrector and lightly dab it onto the blemish, blending it in.

Example:  CoverGirl/Olay Simply Ageless Corrector

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