I Need a Good, Natural Concealer to Cover Dark Circles

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Certain types of concealers are better at covering dark circles than others. Find out about a good, natural concealer to use to cover dark circles with help from a 30-year beauty industry veteran in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Tracey Brown. I'm a beauty expert. I have about 30 years of industry experience in makeup, skincare and also as a trainer. I am currently a writer, a beauty journalist and I have a great website, Blingingbeauty.com where you can read more about my tips and advice. Our topic today is natural concealer for dark circles. So I've got Chelsie here for my model. She's also my daughter and we're using a natural concealer made by Josie Maran. It's a blend concealer so two colors we get to work together to cover her dark circles. Now some are darker than others for different reasons, people have allergies, don't sleep enough, drink too much wine, whatever the case. So we're going to cover this first by using the color a little more in the orange which helps cut some of the darkness and then we'll go back and blend it out with the brown. So again placing the concealer first under the eyes and at the inner corner of the eye by the nose and then bringing it out. I like to press it in with my finger, the warmth of the finger kind of makes it melt into the skin. I'll take a little bit of the brown. This is chestnut by the way I'm using on her which will give it a little more skin-like finish. Repeat this on the second side. Take the brown, blend it in with the orange tone. For camouflaging those dark circles is getting that placement on the inside near the nose and so we have it, a natural concealer for dark circles. If you have any more questions about concealer, makeup, beauty, feel free to email me at Tracey@blingingbeauty.com.

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