How to Mask Dark Under Eye Circles

Every woman knows how tough it is to cover up all those nasty dark spots on their faces… Well, here you have a simple way of hiding them completely… Gotta go try this now!

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52 Responses to How to Mask Dark Under Eye Circles

  1. Kathy Petry says:

    Great advice! Now, what can you do for under eye puffiness? Most products I’ve tried seem to get INTO my eyes (via the lashes) and cause discomfort/bluriness. HELP!

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  2. Fay Barks says:

    Great tip. Some many home products we could use

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    • Linda Harris says:

      What about light skin 57 years old???

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    • Kelly says:

      This is a great tip but my skin tone is much lighter than yours. What color lipstick would you recommend using for someone with fair to medium skin tone? I have incredibly deep set eyes, with very dark circles and I always lol tired. I have tried buying great concealer, even using the yellow concealer mixed in with my regular and my circles still show through. I don’t want to look like I am exhausted for the rest of my life, even if I am! Lol

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      • opensecrets05 says:

        Maybe try something more salmon toned rather than straight out red. Or you could mix some red with a little concealer on the back of your hand and use than then go in with a little more skin tone concealer to cover the color correction.

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  3. nolaw398 says:

    best color to use if your light to med skin tone?

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  4. Natalie Parker says:

    Great tip.
    How do I start to figure out what “red” is good for my skin tone? I have med tone going olive in summer.

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  5. cindy says:

    I have fair, blotchy, combination skin. Will pink lipstick work better for me? I do have circles under my eyes, but I am more concerned with the dark pink areas around my nose and cheeks.

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  6. Thank you for this tutorial. I am going to try it today! Very well done! -Wendy the Wanna Be Fashionista.

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  7. Susie Sweet says:

    I have fair skin ( I am of Irish descent. So fair skin and blue eyes) What shade of lipstick do you suggest for me?
    Thx
    Susie Sweet

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  8. Liz Merie Ursula says:

    Thank you…can’t wait to try!!!

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  9. debbie says:

    WHAT COLOR LIPSTICK WOULD U USE UNDER YOUR EYES,IF YOUR SKIN IS LIGHT AND U WANT TO HIDE THE CIRCLES.

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  10. Alise says:

    OMG! The red lipstick trick, really works!
    Thank you!

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  11. Cindy says:

    Interesting gonna try this!

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  12. Susan says:

    What about dark spot lipstickcolor for fair skin? Thanks

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  13. Jean W. says:

    Should you use different color lip sticks for different color skin tones? If so, what colors? Thanks!

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  14. Ann says:

    You are amazing! You should be a makeup artist. I am fair skinned but I am going to try this with lighter colored lipstick.Thanks.
    Ann

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  15. Jo Ann Marino says:

    i would like to see the difference in your face when you just use concealer without the red/orange lipstick.
    I have really dark circles undery eyes and have not found anything that covers them. Even when I have had my makeup done professionally nothing covers them. I will definitely try your suggestion.

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  16. Veronica says:

    I love the tip. It was very well done.

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  17. Eve says:

    So what about white girls, what color lip stick should we use?

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  18. tiffany says:

    So, if our skin is not as dark as your, an we are Caucasian, should would use like a lighter lipstick such as light pink.

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  19. sylvia says:

    Hi ,I was wondering if this is for any age I have fine lines so I wouldn’t want it to look like heavy make up

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  20. pat w says:

    great idea…so cool…thx

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  21. Pam rutledge says:

    Very awesome…

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  22. nicole says:

    Amazing. Thanks for the tip.

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  23. tammie says:

    and what if you have ivory white skin what lip stick do you use

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  24. Di says:

    This is very helpful! I have had beauty consultant talk me into buying a box of yellow powder to conceal my red areas and I really don’t see that it helps at all. Do you have any suggestions for me?

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  25. Darla says:

    What color lipstick should you use for skin lighter than this?

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  26. gail says:

    What can be used to line the water live on the inner lower lid
    =) ?

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  27. Julie says:

    Amazing, never would have tried this.

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  28. Bobbi says:

    What color would you suggest for fair skin?

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  29. ann theresa arulananthar says:

    Cool, tq for your tip

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  30. Anne says:

    Terrific! What color do you recommend for lighter skin tones?

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  31. Wendy Godard says:

    I love this! Thanks for sharing.

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  32. Shirley Haas says:

    Well done, thank you so much

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  33. Trish says:

    For dark spots use OG3 Beauty Soap, my customers love it…
    http://www.stein.myorganogold.com

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  34. brandy says:

    Thats great, but what color do I use for fair skin completion???

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  35. Constance says:

    I have fair skin, will the dark red you used work for me? Should I use something pink?

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  36. April says:

    I have very fair to light skin what color lipstick woulg you recommend for me please?

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  37. Rachel Rogers says:

    Really cool love it

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  38. Angie says:

    It would be extremely helpful if you would actually answer all the questions. The video is great but not really helping anyone besides the women with your skin tone. Please let us know what caucasian with light to medium skin tone can use. Thanks

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  39. Amar says:

    Thank you for this tutorial. I am going to try it today!

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  40. Desiree says:

    To everyone asking about Caucasian skin tones you can read the comments on this site:
    http://sfglobe.com/2015/01/23/a-creative-but-effective-alternative-use-for-red-lipstick

    Most suggestions were to use bright yellow (like mustard color). I would suggest bright yellow for really fair skin, but if you have a medium skin tone try a light orange color, like peach. You just need to use a color that is opposite to green/blue/purple on the color wheel to neutralize the color on your face.

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  41. Kathy says:

    Amazing…..who would have thought??? Thank you!

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  42. Marrianne says:

    Well we fair skin ladies are waiting for your reply as to what color do we use? Oh and what if you are over 50? In your video you say many times lighter skin but no help in the color to use so your video is not fair skin friendly just your words are. Thanks for nothing…now I am in the dark and still with dark circles or spots.

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  43. Catherine says:

    You should never do a tutorial if you are not going to answer a question that has been asked over 30 times! Even if you don’t have the answer have the courtesy to at last say that. I am referring to the lighter skin question

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  44. zahrapeer says:

    Can you teach me how to do an easy smoky eye? I found this video so helpful because you don’t ask us to buy a million products. All the videos on YouTube ask you to by 1,000 things just to do a smoky eye — it can’t be that hard, or is it?
    Thanks again — this was a great tutorial.

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