The quality of the canvas has a role to play in the final finish of a painting. The same logic applies when your face is the canvas. That's why its worth your money to spend it on good quality concealer, correctors and face primers.
Concealers are used to lighten the area under the eyes, to disguise "bruises" or similar imperfections. They are usually available in shades of beige, to neutralize any bluish and purple undertones in the skin. Concealers have a thick creamy opaque texture.
Correctors are meant to “camouflage" a different set of skin imperfections:
Most of us use concealers to disguise under eye circles. In fact, to do it flawlessly can be quite a challenge. It is important to select not only the right shade, but also the correct texture of concealer.
Here are some things to remember when choosing a concealer:
For circles under your eyes it is better to use a concealer of creamy texture, containing softening, toning and moisturizing ingredients to prevent dryness and aging of delicate skin around the eyes.
As some of you may know, last weekend I was at IMATS ( International Make-Up Artist Trade Show) in Toronto, and had an unforgettable experience there. I had a chance to meet the most amazing of celebrity make-up artists.
I've got a bunch of make-up products from the show but my favorite, that I use every morning since, is the famous EVE PEARL's “Salmon Concealer”.
Its texture is amazingly creamy and goes on very smoothly. It covers my under eye circles very well and leaves my skin feeling hydrated.
“Salmon” or pinky/peach color as an under eye concealer helps to neutralize the bluish undertones on skin.
As listed on www.evepearl.com here are some additional benefits of the concealer
As if I needed more reasons to love what it does!