Concealers to Help You Look Your Best

One swipe and you can kiss those under-eye circles good-bye!

Woman putting on concealer to cover acne.
Complete your beat with a creamy concealer.Rodnae Productions, Pexels

Whether you’re looking to cover blemishes or dark circles, or simply want to highlight the high points of your face, a good concealer can do the job. Here’s how to find the one that works best for your skin.

Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles Treatment Multi-Use Concealer, Ivory, 0.2 Fl Oz (Pack of 1)

Cult Classic

The puffy applicator glides right over the delicate undereye area.Maybelline

Concealer works best when applied with a soft, flexible applicator that helps the product glide on easily and blend effortlessly for a seamless look. For an extra seamless finish, tap the excess product into the skin with your fingertips.

Maybelline Fit Me Liquid Concealer Makeup, Natural Coverage, Oil-Free, Light, 0.23 Fl Oz (Pack of 1)

Featherweight Formula

Available in tons of shades to perfectly match your unique skin tone.Maybelline

If you typically wear a full face, you know you need a couple concealers in rotation. Pick one that’s one to two shades lighter than your natural skin tone to highlight, a shade that matches perfectly to cover up blemishes, and a slightly darker shade to contour or match a fresh tan.

Glo Skin Beauty Under Eye Duo Concealer, Beige

Multipurpose

Dual shades provide highlights and lowlights exactly where you need them.Glo

Don’t stop at under eye correction; take it a step further when you use two complimentary shades to cover, correct, and create highlights to brighten your face. Two shades also help you nail your undertone for a flawless blend.

Dermablend Cover Care Concealer, Full Coverage Concealer Makeup and Corrector for Under Eye Dark Circles, Acne & Blemishes, 24-Hr Hydration, Matte Finish, XL Applicator

Heavy Duty

This gentle formulation expertly covers without burning or irritating sensitive skin.Dermablend

The last thing you want is a concealer that causes more redness than it covers. If you have sensitive skin, especially under your eyes, opt for a non-comedogenic and allergy-free product.

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