Post # 1
Looking for recommendations: something that doesn’t crease, doesn’t dry out the area, and lasts the day!
Currently using Lancome maquicomplet and it’s just meh. Need a little more coverage/less creasing. I use a beauty blender to put it on, an under eye primer and a setting spray currently. My eye area is slightly darker overall (not just my undereye) and I have freckles that aren’t covered by my current concealer. I’m also 24 if that helps, and while I don’t have wrinkles currently, my concealer does settle into some fine lines and creases.
Post # 2
Nars creamy concealer is my fave.
Post # 3
Tarte Concealer/Corrector combo. It comes in a compact with a color corrector and a concealer and a brush. It’s $22 and truthfully, I’d pay $22 just for the brush ALONE. Awesome for dark circles.
Post # 4
Tarte Shape Tape! I typically tap foundation under my eyes when I’m doing my face with my beauty blender and then apply this with my beauty blender also. Then set. If I need a little more color correcting I’ll use the tiniest bit of Benefit’s Erase Paste first. The shape tape doesn’t crease for me, I even use it as an eye primer 99% of the time.
Post # 5
My favorite right now is Milk’s concealer, doesn’t crease looks natural and their products are just awesome in general.
Post # 6
RMS Un Cover Up is my favorite!! It doesn’t crease or dry out skin because it’s coconut oil based. It covers all dark circles without hiding the freckles on my nose, as well as breakouts, redness, or undereye. I love to use it as a base for my eyeshadow too. My two shades of NARS creamy concealer and it cosmetics can’t compete!!
Post # 7
Shiseido concealer stick. It’s so good i don’t need primer or setting powder. Lasts all day without touch ups
Post # 8
Benefit Fake Up is my go to. It’s a stick that has like a coating around it so it’s moisturizing as well and doesn’t dry out on me. It can crease a little bit but as long as I set it with powder it’s fine.
Post # 9
Another vote for the NARS creamy concealer!
Post # 10
Another vote for benefit fake up. It is really moisturizing and easy to blend.
I also used to use YSL touche eclat it is great if you don’t need heaps of coverage, as it can be a bit sheer/light.
Post # 11
pinkprincess88 : I’ve used allllll kinds of under eye concealers from drugstores, department stores, Sephora, etc. I have slightly olive skin that and major dark circles come March when I haven’t had any sun in months. My favorite is actually one of the cheapest on the shelves–NYX Dark Circle Concealer. It’s like $4 or something at CVS. It comes in a little pot so be sure to apply it with a concealer brush. I find it creamy, but not oily and it lasts all day 🙂
Post # 12
It Cosmetics Bye Bye Undereye is fantastic! You only need the tinest bit, it blends so well and it didn’t crease on me!
Post # 13
- Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL
Nars is too heavy of a formula for me. I prefer Tarte’s Rainforest of the Sea concealer, but I’ve heard great things about Shape Tape and really want to try it out!
Post # 14
Try MAC Pro Long Wear Concealer. I’ve tried a lot of concealers and this one is the best one for long wear days. I don’t have wrinkles under my eyes but I do have creases and this doesn’t settle into the creases like others did. If you just want to try it, you should go to a MAC counter and use a little of their sample.
I also use the Nars Creamy Concealer and I like it but more for blemishes on the skin. I do use it sometimes on my under eye area but only when I know I’m having a short day outside, because it does tend to crease and not last as long on me.
Post # 15