Cover-up Tips for Dark Circles

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By Amy Lawrenson

If dark circles are one of your biggest beauty bugbears then these tips from Liz Earle Colour Make Up Artist Jane Bradley could help...

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'To conceal dark under eye circles apply a creamy, richly pigmented concealer under the eyes using a small brush. For best results tilt your head down and look up into a mirror which will signpost where you need to conceal; inside the slight indentation where the triangle of darkness is most obvious. Once applied pat gently with your ring finger and blend out a little; you shouldn't need to take the concealer over the whole socket area. Now set into place using a little lightweight loose powder.

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For extra radiance follow with a light reflecting concealer blended over the lower curve of the socket and out onto the cheekbones; this bounces light off the skin which detracts from dark areas giving the appearance of more even and radiant skin.'

Liz Earle cosmetics don’t launch until May (there is a great Light Reflecting Concealer in the range) but in the meantime try my favourite concealing products... Clinique Line Smoothing Concealer, £15, or Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage, £29, for the inner eye. Below the eye and on the cheekbones try YSL Touche Eclat Complexion Highlighter, £22.50, to reflect light.

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