Concealing your dark circles and blemishes can be a little tricky. There are so many different shades of concealers available, each claiming to provide the best coverage for your specific skin tone. If you're wondering which products will help you get rid of those pesky bags under your eyes or cover up those zits that pop up at the most inopportune times, we've got some recommendations! We tested out six different concealers in four different shades (green, peach, yellow and peanut butter-colored) to determine, which products worked best.
Green Tinted Concealer
Green-tinted concealers are great for concealing dark circles and blemishes. They can also be used as a brightener under the eyes, but keep in mind that they're not as long-lasting as other types of concealer.
Green-tinted concealers are best suited for sensitive skin because they're lightweight and don't clog pores like some other formulas do. They tend to have less coverage than other types of concealer, so if you have severe dark circles or blemishes, you may want something with more pigment (like yellow).
Soft Peach Concealer
If you have medium to dark skin, a peach-colored concealer can help neutralize the blue and purple tones in your dark circles. Peach is also a good color for concealing blemishes, as it blends well with most complexions.
If you're looking for a concealer that works well on all skin tones, try something in an orange hue instead of peach. Orange is known as a "warm" shade (meaning it contains red), which makes it ideal for concealing discoloration caused by sun damage or rosacea, but keep in mind that this type of product isn't recommended if you have freckles or any other light spots on your face!
Peanut Butter-Colored Concealer
If you have dark circles or blemishes, peanut butter-colored concealer is a good choice. Concealers with a yellow or peach undertone are best for concealing dark circles, since they counteract the blue color in black pigment. The same logic applies to blemishes: if you want to hide redness, look for a concealer that has green undertones, this will cancel out any redness in your skin and make it appear more even-toned.
You can also add a little bit of foundation (or tinted moisturizer) if you want your peanut butter-colored concealer to be lighter than its natural shade; this way you won't have as much contrast between your face and neck when applying makeup!
Yellow Concealer With Peach Undertone
Yellow concealer with peach undertone is a great shade for concealing dark circles. It's also helpful if you want to brighten the under-eye area and make it appear more awake.
To apply, use a brush to pat the concealer under your eyes (if possible) or use a sponge if you're covering blemishes. Start by building up layers of yellow concealer until all visible marks are covered then blend outwards towards your cheekbones for an even appearance.
These Concealers Are Great For Concealing Dark Circles Or Blemishes
- These concealers are good for dry skin.
- These concealers are good for sensitive skin.
- These concealers are good for acne prone skin.
These concealers are good for oily skin
I hope this list has given you some ideas for concealers. Remember, the best concealer is one that works for your skin tone and complexion. If you have any questions about which product would be best for you, feel free to reach out!