This store requires javascript to be enabled for some features to work correctly.


  • Free Shipping on your first order

    Text JOIN TO +1(877) 591-5027
Under-eye color corrector | dark circles

How to Choose the Right Under-Eye Color Corrector: A Comprehensive Guide for Your Skin Tone and Concerns

Dark circles under the eyes can be a common concern for many individuals. While concealer is often used to disguise them, a more effective solution is to use an under-eye color corrector. In this blog post, we will provide a comprehensive guide on selecting the perfect under-eye color corrector that suits your specific skin tone and concerns, including our new under-eye color corrector designed specifically for dark circles.

Understanding Color Theory:

Before diving into the selection process, it's essential to understand color theory and how different tones can cancel each other out. The color wheel can be a helpful tool in identifying complementary shades:

  • Redness: Green color correctors can neutralize redness, making them useful for individuals with underlying red or pink tones in their dark circles.

  • Bluish or Purple Undertones: apricot color correctors can counteract bluish or purple shades, making them suitable for individuals with cooler undertones in their dark circles.

Choosing the Right Shade:

When selecting an under-eye color corrector, it's crucial to consider your skin tone and the specific concerns you want to address. Our new under-eye color corrector for dark circles is specially formulated to target and neutralize deep blue and purple undertones commonly found in dark circles.

Application Tips:

Once you've selected the appropriate under-eye color corrector, it's essential to know how to apply it effectively:

  1. Start with a moisturized under-eye area to ensure smooth application.
  2. Use your finger or a blurring concealer brush to apply a small amount of our dark circle color corrector directly to the affected areas.
  3. Gently blend the corrector using a tapping or patting motion with your finger or a damp makeup sponge.
  4. Follow up with your regular concealer, matching it to your skin tone, and apply it over the color corrector to create a seamless finish.
  5. Set your under-eye area with a translucent powder to prevent creasing and extend the longevity of your makeup.

Final Thoughts:

Choosing the right under-eye color corrector can make a significant difference in canceling out dark circles and achieving a flawless finish. By considering your skin tone, understanding color theory, and utilizing our new under-eye color corrector designed for dark circles, you can select the perfect shade to address your specific concerns. Remember to apply the color corrector correctly and blend it seamlessly with your regular concealer for natural-looking results.

We hope this comprehensive guide, along with our new under-eye color corrector for dark circles, has been helpful in demystifying the process of choosing the right under-eye color corrector.