Make Dark Cir­cles Van­ish

No mat­ter how you got those rac­coon-like rings, this fix will leave you bright-eyed and beau­ti­ful.

Cosmopolitan (India) - - BEAUTY -

Did Lisa Hay­don party all night long? We’ll never know THE PRO: Bobbi Brown, make-up artist, au­thor and founder of Bobbi Brown cos­met­ics

THE PREP: Ap­ply SPF un­der your eyes ev­ery sin­gle day since sun ex­po­sure can in­crease me­lanin lev­els, mak­ing dark cir­cles more dra­matic. 1 Pat on a quick-ab­sorb­ing eye cream to smooth out your skin. Just avoid any lo­tions that leave a film—like a rich night cream, which will cause your make-up to cake and peel.

2 If you’re fair, pick a pink-based cor­rec­tor. If you’re dark, try a peach-based one. With a small brush, ap­ply cor­rec­tor to the in­ner cor­ners of your eyes and then take it un­der the eyes. 3 Ap­ply a thin layer of con­cealer that is two shades lighter than your usual foun­da­tion shade. The con­cealer and cor­rec­tor com­bine to cre­ate the il­lu­sion of per­fectly even skin. 4 Set the con­cealer with a fine dust­ing of a matte yel­low-toned pow­der that coun­ter­acts dark spots on just about any skin tone. Sweep it un­der eyes with a small fluffy brush or mini pow­der puff.

Lakmé Ab­so­lute Mat­treal Mousse Foun­da­tion in Golden

Medium, ` 575 Estée Lauder Dou­ble Wear Stay-in-Place Flaw­less Wear Con­cealer with SPF 10 in

Light Medium, ` 1,650 Garnier Light Anti Dark Cir­cles

2-in-1 Eye Roll-On, ` 199

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