Next level tips to brighten under eyes

Undereye darkness is quite possibly one of the biggest makeup concerns women have. No one wants their dark circles to show, and sometimes no amount of sleep will make them go away. If your concealer just isn't getting the job done, then it's time to up your brightening game with a few added steps.
In this video, you'll learn how to use concealer, a color corrector, setting powder, and eye shadow to achieve the brightest look possible. Since the shadow is the very last step, make sure you pick a matte shade as you're not going for glam or glitter here, just brightness. Grab your tools, watch this quick tutorial, and get ready to bask in brightness.
- Liquid concealer
- Color corrector, one shade lighter than your concealer
- Setting powder
- Matte eye shadow in a light shade
- Damp beauty sponge
- Fluffy brush for blending
1. Begin by drawing a triangle below your eye with the concealer. Angle it from the outer corner of your eye to your nostril, and then finish it by drawing a straight line up to your tear duct. Fill in with concealer by using your damp beauty sponge.
2. Next, take your color corrector and dab a few dots in the inner corner of your eye and just below the tear duct. Be sure to blend this up to the waterline to avoid any obvious lines of demarcation.
3. Next, set the undereye area with your powder of choice. Apply this with a fluffy brush or beauty sponge.
4. For an added touch of brightness, dip your fluffy brush in a light colored matte eye shadow, then sweep it just below the eye.
You're all done! Bright and beautiful. Stay pretty!
Fierce League
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