5 Makeup Tricks for Covering Eye Bags

If you haven't slept well, or you've gone a long time without sleep, you may have bags under your eyes. Here we have some fail-safe tricks to hide those bags and still look great.
5 Makeup Tricks for Covering Eye Bags

Written by Paula Heidemeyer

Last update: 25 May, 2022

Bags under your eyes can be a real pain if they’re really obvious. However, you don’t need to put up with them if you don’t like what you see in the mirror. In this article, we’ll show you the available options for covering eye bags.

You can have a tired-looking face anytime. Fatigue might creep up on you when you least expect it. So, don’t feel bad if you have bags under your eyes. It’s completely normal.

If you haven’t been sleeping well recently or have changed your working routine, follow the tricks in this articleto cover the bags under your eyes.

Tips for Covering Eye Bags Easily

Covering Eye Bags

Below, we’ve listed some of the best-known techniques for covering eye bags. They’re really simple and will make you look young, fresh, and rejuvenated.

  • Use a base cream like a corrector. These are perfect for covering imperfections because they’re long-lasting and moisturizing. The best products to use are liquid ones.
  • Correcting cream. These are great because the cream doesn’t crack or filter over expression lines. For this reason, it’s one of the most used products.
  • Tan base. Look for a makeup tone that isn’t exactly the same as your skin tone. A tan base will be better for the areas you want to correct.
  • Use corrector properly. This is important because if you use too much you will end up with undesirable results. Use just the right amount. You don’t need to overload yourself or it may look gloopy.

Advice For Covering Eye Bags

Some tricks for covering eye bags

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To get the best results when covering eye bags, pay attention to the following tips:

  • If you want to hide your eye bags you should apply a light shadow below the eye.
  • If you want to separate eyes which are close together, apply a light shadow below the eyebrows.
  • To avoid eye bags, apply a light shadow from the tear duct to the eyebrows.
  • Don’t abuse green or blue tones, otherwise they’ll highlight your eye bags.
  • Go for brown or grey smokey shades.

Overall, makeup is really useful in this situation. You’ll probably need a different plan from day to night, but follow our tips and you’ll be able to cover those eye bags.

Don’t forget that the most important thing with makeup is to take care of your skin. We recommend that you always use high-quality products.

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This text is provided for informational purposes only and does not replace consultation with a professional. If in doubt, consult your specialist.