Your No. 1 Winter Beauty Question, Answered
We called in an expert for a solution to the wintertime beauty woe that affects the most of our readers
First, you'll want to find a creamy concealer in an apricot tone that is one shade lighter than your skin tone. The yellow of the apricot tone will cancel out the blue and purple under your eyes. A creamy texture is also important -- if you use a powder, it will settle into the fine lines around your eyes, which will just accentuate them.
Apply your concealer after you've put foundation on the rest of your face. Only apply it where the dark spots are, not under your whole eye, which creates a raccoon effect. Typically, dark spots start in the inner corner and continue in a semi-circle down toward your cheek. Blend your concealer with the rest of your foundation using a sponge. Set the products with a translucent powder for a glowing finish.