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Dark Shadow Concealer: Does It Work?

Dark shadow concealer has certainly become a hugely popular item of make-up in recent years, but at the same time there still seems to be some debate as to whether or not this particular item of make-up actually works.

The premise behind dark shadow concealer is that is effectively covers up the dark shadows around the eyes, which can make you look tired, even if you’re not. Let’s face it, we all know what it’s like having to take late shifts at work, or staying up late playing online games such as Foxy Bingo, but did you know that the signs of tiredness can soon start to show on your face? Dark circles under and around the eye area can also be cause by a poor diet, and dehydration. However, some people are also more genetically prone to dark shadows, especially as they get older.

Dark shadow concealer, then, aims to cover up these shadows, in order to give a fresh-faced appearance. Sound too good to be true? Well, sadly, that might just be the case. Whilst some people claim they can’t live without this particular form of cover-up, others find that it does little to help the problem. However, if you’re still willing to give it a go, then here’s a few tips to help you make this product work for you.

Firstly, don’t be tempted to try and wear your regular concealer around the sensitive eye area. Dark shadow concealer tends to come in a much softer liquid form, which won’t drag the skin when you apply it. Unlike blemish concealer, most under-eye options also contain light-reflecting particles, which help to work again dark circles. In order to get the best results, apply lightly underneath the eye area, and then blend using your ring finger. Good luck!

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