Tuesday’s Top Under Eye Concealers

Mimi ON Aug 16, 2011 AT 1:50 pm

Don't use sunglasses to cover your circles, get yourself an amazing under eye concealer

Don't use sunglasses to cover your circles, get yourself an amazing under eye concealer

This is for anyone that needs to banish those puffy eyes and dark circles

If you’ve been holding out for that late holiday, likelihood is that you’re at the end of your tether energy-wise trying to get everything sorted before you go. If you need to look bright eyed and bushy tailed, but are in desperate need to fake it as the dark circles under your eyes give you away, we’ve found just the products help you out.

Check out our best Under Eye Concealers below:

Clinique Airbrush Concealer

This is a staple beauty product for a whole host of makeup artists and is super easy to use. It has a click-pen applicator and nicely weighted formula that glides on and blends in really well, especially for fair skin tones. The pigments reflect the light very well and leave you with a lovely bright complexion. You can use it for blemishes as well which is handy.

£16, www.houseoffraser.co.uk

Garnier Caffeine Anti-dark Circles 2-in-1 Roll-on

This is a BATD HQ favourite and should be in every beauty-lover’s handbag for on-the-go touch ups. The cool rollerball and caffeine rich formula give your under eye area a real boost. Plus, it’s really light without sacrificing pigment intensity so you really to get a great concealer with this product (which is actually an updated, tinted version of the original Caffeine Roll-On). Our Deputy Editor literally couldn’t live without this wonder product.

Oh and it’s only £10.20 and last for AGES.

www.boots.com

Tuesday's Top Under Eye Concealers - Clinique, Garnier, YSL, MAC and L'Oreal

Tuesday's Top Under Eye Concealers - Clinique, Garnier, YSL, MAC and L'Oreal

Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat Complexion Highlighter

The YSL Touche Éclat has been a firm favourite for banishing dark under eye circles for years and they recently released a much stronger breadth of 7 colours, meaning that there are some great tones for darker skin. The formula is very reflective but is pretty pricey compared to the performance and prices of its counterparts. However if you are looking for a great range of colours this is the one for you.

Oh and the packaging is really pretty (not that we’re swayed by aesthetics at all…)

£24.50, www.johnlewis.com

MAC Prep+Prime Highlighter

This highlighter comes with a click-pen applicator buy not only will it hide you dark circles, it will also primer the area for further makeup application. The formala is slightly heavier than the other products we’ve mentioned but it’s good none the less. Plus, it’s a great product to apply under a fab feline flick using liquid eyeliner. It just won’t budge!

We like the Bright Forcast shade for under eyes.

£17, www.debenhams.com

L’Oréal Paris True Match Touche Magique Concealer

This is another great budget beauty buy and once again, it comes as a pen. The selling point of this concealer is its good range of shades (there are 6), although there isn’t one for really dark skin as they stop at deep beige. The formula is very wearable and reflective and the pen itself is great for taking on a night out in your clutch as it’s super small.

£7.19, www.boots.com

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