Unfortunately, for me it does a tiny bit. It's nothing major. However, there is a trick. After you apply it, let it sit on your skin for a bit. Maybe almost a minute to let is become a bit more tacky. It will interact with the warmth and oils on your face. Sounds gross, but just try it once! I usually apply it under my eyes (not rub it in yet) but dab it in dots under my eyes and then I'll do something else - such as contour while I wait. Now here's my holy grail trick to not letting any type of liquid/cream product set into your lines - go backwards. When using your finger or brush to them blend the concealer, do not start from the corner of your eye against your nose. Start from the outside of your eye and work towards the inner corner. Do not swipe either. I use a tapered kabuki type brush and pat it. However, fingers will work so long as you pat. Doesn't sound like that big of a deal, but I've noticed a HUGE difference in starting from the outside and working my way in. TRUST ME!
Joelle C. asked, “I was curious if this concealer sets into the fine lines under eyes and if it helps to brighten”