Before you reach for your concealer, take a second to prep your skin. “You should always start with a good eye cream to hydrate, preferably one that has a brightening component to it as well to add instant radiance to the skin,” Ashley suggests.
Choose The Right Product
If you’re battling seriously dark circles, consider color-correcting concealers. "They can really come in handy for helping to diffuse dark circles and bruising under the eye area," Ashley advises. "Depending on the skin tone, you can use a few different shades. My go-to colors are pink-toned correctors for fair skin and peach correctors for medium to dark skin. Most people are intimidated by using these colors, but when blended with your everyday concealer, you can't see the pink or peach tones, and they really work."
Apply Like A Pro
After your cream has set, Ashley recommends applying your corrector and concealer, lightly blending until you get the desired coverage you want. “You can use a foundation brush, Beautyblender sponge, or your fingers to blend concealer under the eyes.”