MAKEUP FOR MATURE SKIN - GRACE'S PRO TIP FOR DARK CIRCLES – Studio10 Makeup

 

Dark circles under the eyes are extremely common and can appear for many different reasons – lack of sleep, dehydration, sun damage or allergies – to name a few. Some people may also suffer from pigmentation or they may have inherited dark circles genetically. 

As we age, we naturally start to lose the fat surrounding our eyes and combined with thinning skin, dark circles can become more defined and harder to shift.  Fortunately, it is possible to disguise these dark circles using the right makeup.

Prep your skin with a good quality moisturiser and primer. This will ensure your skin is well hydrated and create an ideal base for your makeup

Apply a hydrating foundation that gives good, buildable coverage, taking it under the eyes and blending in gently. Look for products that contain SPF to protect the eye area from sun damage

Use a concealer that is one or two shades lighter than your usual colour and apply it to the under-eye area, making sure to blend in well with your ring finger

Apply a small amount of highlighter to the top of the cheekbones – this will reflect the light and help to brighten your entire under eye area, including any dark circles

For a quick fix for DARK CIRCLES try our Age Defy Skin Perfector  

                

Get flawless, perfected skin in an instant with this 4-in-1 concealer-to-foundation palette that primes, conceals, colour corrects and brightens.

Use the primer to minimise fine lines and enlarged pores or to target oily areas. Neutralise redness or blemishes, and conceal dark circles and pigmentation, with the green and peach colour correctors. Then brighten the under-eye area, while softly contouring cheekbones, with the lighter shade.

Formulated for mature skin and packed with antioxidant-rich, strengthening and firming actives Suberlift™ and Nyamplung Oil™, the supremely smooth and creamy formula blends seamlessly for an ultra-natural, real-skin finish. 

  

 

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