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    Default Another makeup thread! Concealer recommendations for dark circles?

    It's meeee agaaaain

    I want to hit up Priceline today while the 40% off cosmetics is still going.

    Can anyone recommend an effective concealer for dark circles?

    Obviously it would be great to grab one at Priceline, but I'm also open to recommendations for high end brands if they are amazing.

    I just want something that really works. I currently use a Garnier one but it doesn't make a huge difference.

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    I have panda eyes and find Maybelline FitMe concealer hides then well.

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    Subbing..I got the Rimmel cover that blemish concealer but it's a bit heavy for under the eye

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    I have Maybelline age rewind under eye concealer. I'm happy with it. It's not too heavy and teamed with a good foundation it's effective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    I have Maybelline age rewind under eye concealer. I'm happy with it. It's not too heavy and teamed with a good foundation it's effective.
    Same! And it's a great price!

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    The Napoleon one that has three colours (yellow and a light and dark beige). I've got total circles and it's the only thing that semi covers them without looking like a mask. Go to one of the Napoleon counters and get the make up artist to show you how to use it.

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    Purple or yellow concealer for dark circles. Apply dotted along the edge of the circle and then blend with foundation using fingers gently.


 

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