Friday, August 12, 2016

HOW TO: Conceal Under Eye Circles ft Medik8

Unfortunately puffy under eye circles runs in the family, I can't escape it! If I don't sleep enough, over sleep, eat too much junk or dehydrated, my eye circles can be more prominent than usual.

I personally hate them, I feel that puffy or dark under eye circles can age a person significantly. So here's a little post going through my 4 simple steps to hide those circles!

STEP ONE: Eye Cream

Eye cream is always the first step. I like to apply an eye cream to clean skin to prep and hydrate the skin as concealer tend to dry out my under eye area.

I have gone past my gel eye cream period as my under eye area love rich eye creams. Medik8 Hydr8 Night Eye* is a fantastic rich and hydrating cream. I personally like to use this for day and night, it's high performing.


I like to use a treatment product as a second step to assist with de-puffing the under eye area. Medik8 Dark Circle* has now been in my stash for about 4 months now. I have read a lot of reviews for this product online and it is a bit of a hit and miss, works miracles for some but not others. Luckily for me, this works quite well in terms of de-puffing. This can be used as a treatment product alone or under concealer/makeup.


A salmony peach concealer is your key to rid any darkness under your eyes. I've seen a lot of tutorials with red lipsticks, but that's just TOO much for me! I find salmon/peach coloured concealers to work just fine! The salmon shade concealer I own is from Shiseido in No. 6 Honey.


My last and final step is to conceal away that peachiness! I am using a beige concealer that is lighter than my skin tone, applying this over the peachy concealer for an instant brightness. Here I am using a concealer from Bloom's Secret Weapon Concealer Kit.


*These products were provided for editorial purposes, all opinions are my own.


  1. Thankfully I never have a puffy under eye area, but I do get hideous deep, dark circles under my eyes that never seen to go away no matter what I do, or how much concealer, foundation or powder I tend to apply!

    Kez |

  2. I'm not familiar with Medik8 but that eye cream sounds amazing! Thank you for the tutorial!

    Doused In Pink

  3. I suffer from under eye circles too! I can't believe it took me so long to incorporate a colour corrector into my routine. It makes the world of difference!

  4. I suffer from puffy and dark under eye circles too! Any products that may improve this for me I want to try!!!

  5. Oh yes, a good de-puffer, that's what I need, and by the bucketload - you've got the under-eye treatment thingy down pat Lily xxx

  6. I get some dark circles and I love eye creams! This sounds like a doozy!


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