Sleepless nights and stressful days. It’s a powerful combination that is sure to give you dark circles under your eyes and red spots on your skin. Thankfully there is an equally powerful combination to mask them. Concealer and concealer. Concealer and concealer, you may ask. Aren’t they the same? Well, not exactly. You see, there are concealers that work with light reflective pigments that brighten the skin. And there are concealers that rely on their high coverage to get the work done.
I like to use a sheer illuminating concealer beneath my eyes to lighten the shadows there. And as for the red spots, the high coverage of the concealer takes care of them. It’s far more difficult to find one concealer that’s supposed to be one or two shades lighter than your skin (for the circles under your eyes) AND still somehow make spots unnoticeable, meaning it should be roughly the same shade. Quite a predicament.
The products I usually use are the Manhattan High Cover Concealer 22 Sand and the Manhattan Wake Up Concealer 2. I find them suitable to my needs but then again I don’t have big demands when it comes to make up. They’re widely available in Germany, you can find them in any drug store.