Many of us struggle with darkness (and often puffiness) under our eyes which can age us, make us look tired or worse, ill. Dark circles can be seen on both men and women and are difficult to get rid of or at least improve; expensive serums which promise to work often leave us disappointed. There are numerous causes to dark circles and because of that it can be a challenge to pinpoint exactly what causes them but also how to treat them.
Using a colour corrector is essential before using your concealer if you want your makeup application to look flawless. I know you’re probably thinking, “Gee another product to add on?” However, if like me you have highly pigmented hereditary under-eye circles, you will truly appreciate what a colour corrector can do for your eyes and other areas of your face that might need colour-correcting for redness, dark spots, or dullness.