L-R: Bobbi Brown Corrector, MAC Pro Longwear, MAC Studio Sculpt & Benefit Erase Paste.
I am one of the unfortunate ones that suffer with dark circles under my eyes, I have pretty much always had them. I have no idea how to get rid of them and have tried so many things like drinking plenty of water, changing my diet etc. Maybe its hereditary I don't know! So until I can literally get rid of them I need to find the best products that suit me to help hide them. These are all the products that I'm using and experimenting with at the moment to see which ones are the best for me. My under eye circles are purple/blue toned for reference.
Starting with the Bobbi Brown corrector I'm using the shade light to medium bisque, when the MUA matched me up at the counter it looked perfect under the bright un-natural lights... Then of course when I tried it at home, ultimate fail. Its far too pink for me and makes me look ill. I know a lot of people love this, so maybe it is a great product but I have just been matched wrong. Pro Long wear is a really good concealer, it covers great, but not enough. I like the formula and it dries matte and of course as the name says it lasts a long time, which I love! MAC Studio Sculpt is also really good, I'd say it probably covers a little more but I'm not too keen on the creamy formula. Last but not least Benefits Erase Paste. I really like this, its more peachy toned which covers up my circles really nicely, It's also quite thick almost waxy if that makes sense? The shade I use for this is No.2. I know that two of these must go really well together and I'm currently using Erase Paste, Studio Sculpt and Pro Longwear. I know this must sound a lot, but using a tiny amount of each seems like a good mix. First starting off with Erase Paste, because its peachy toned it hides the blue tone, then I use the Studio Sculpt to cover some of the peach tone and to match the rest of my foundation, as well as to brighten the under eye area, I then just use a tiny amount of the Pro Longwear because it dries matte and sets it in a way.
Has anyone got any trick/tips/products you could share with me?