A Makeup Artist’s Trick To Transform Undereyes From Dry To Dewy

Two words: eye cream. Generally, you want to give your eye cream a few minutes to sink in before applying makeup, so you let those active ingredients get to work. But after your eye cream is dried down, Irwin suggests applying another layer—this time, “right before you apply concealer.”  

One big caveat to mention here: If you have a water-based eye cream, you’ll need to snag a water-based concealer (like Tarte’s Hydrocealer Concealer). Otherwise, the two formulas just won’t blend—oil repels water, remember? It’s not a problem when you let your eye cream fully absorb before applying makeup, but if you’re hoping to layer one right on top of the other, they need to have the same working base. 

If you don’t have a water-based concealer among your arsenal, you can always mix a little facial oil with your oil-based concealer. This helps the formula smooth out even further and may even keep it from drying out during the day—plus, it adds a nice glow to the skin. Mix a few drops of oil with your concealer of choice before tapping it onto the undereyes (Bonus: It doubles as a DIY highlighter, too, so feel free to press it onto your cheekbones for a little sheen as well.)

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