So my current career is actually my second career--I used to be a hair dresser. In cosmetology school we were taught a bunch of corrective makeup, and the basic principles of color theory--complementary colors--that you used for 1st puberty (green tint for red acne-prone skin) apply to 2nd puberty as well. Basically orange tint to hide blue undereyes. With my skin color, which is pale, I went with an orangish coral color. There's really no need to spend a fortune on orange corrective makeup--I just used Revlon's cream blush in this shade:
The above is the real shade...for some reason my camera washes out all the colors. Somehow that orange is the same color as my NEON PINK nails, which look like a Barbie pink below.
Just pat the product on your eye bags so it looks like you've got the strangest sunburn ever (the tint is as bold as the hand swatch...my phone is really washing out colors for some reason):
Then PAT on your usual concealer. PAT, do not smear it around with your finger or brush. Or blend it like the teens on YouTube do. If you "blend" it, you will just be wiping away all of the color you just put down, which means you will look exactly the same and you just wasted your time. Pat it into your skin. Like magic it will match the rest of your skin tone.
|the concealer is Boi-ing in ivory, which was my Sephora birthday gift!|