Many people around the world deal with dark circles, undereye bags and dark spots in the eye area every day. While these symptoms are completely normal, sometimes you may want to up your makeup game by applying a little “wake up makeup” for a big meeting or night out. That’s where we come in! Mary Kay asked Mary Kay Global Beauty Ambassador Luis Casco how to conceal and correct these three common issues, so continue reading for his tips and tricks for how to apply undereye concealer!
Looking for more general concealer tips? Check out this resource for even more makeup artist-approved concealer tips.
Tired Eye Causes
Discover the causes for these three common undereye issues with science-backed facts and Mary Kay® skin care solutions from Deanna Fell, Vice President, R&D Product Stewardship before you dive into Luis’ expert tips.
The impact of UV exposure, free radicals, and other irritants can weaken the lymphatic drainage system, causing fluid to over-accumulate under the eyes.
Try Mary Kay® Hydrogel Eye Patches to hydrate and help with the look of puffiness and dullness. And don’t forget to cultivate good sleeping habits!
Daily assaults like UV exposure, free radicals and other irritants stimulate excess pigment production and contribute to the appearance of dark under-eye circles.
Gently apply TimeWise® Age Minimize 3D® Eye Cream to help improve multiple visible signs of aging and fatigue, including the look of dark circles, undereye puffiness, fine lines and wrinkles. In terms of lifestyle changes, manage your allergies and continue to work on those healthy sleeping habits.
Dark Spots & Age Spots
Dark spots and age spots are mostly due to long-term sun damage, which leads to uneven melanin production in skin.
Smooth on the anti-aging TimeWise Repair® Volu-Firm® Eye Renewal Cream to target age spots, uneven skin tone, crepey-looking skin and dark circles. Also make sure you avoid the sun! We suggest using SPF and wearing sunglasses that provide UV protection.