Reply To: Hello from Jecca Blac!

Jecca Blac

Hi there,

Firstly, you should make sure that your skin, especially your under eyes are hydrated and moisturised, as this can make a huge difference to the finished result. After this, we’d recommend applying primer to your under eyes, again making sure its a moisturising primer, like our Hydrate Primer!

Then, you can apply a little bit of colour corrector onto any dark areas of the eyes, to try and cancel them out and make them look less prominent. We’d suggest sticking to cream products for this, as they tend to look more hydrating on the skin. Our Correct and Conceal Palette has a cream colour corrector that would be great for this!

You can then layer your concealer/foundation on top of this, if you wish! With this, we’d say that sometimes less is more and try and avoid build-up of product in certain areas as it can result in the makeup looking cakey. If you apply just enough to blend into your skin, you’ll be left with a flawless coverage! Then, you can set it with a tiny bit of translucent powder, just enough to set the makeup and make sure it won’t move.

I hope this helps and we do offer a free shade matching service for our products, which you can find here! 🙂

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