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NYX Dark Circle Concealer
4.02 / 5 based on 2,515 Reviews
A serious solution for one of beauty’s most challenging problems! No fancy names just a product that can be counted on to do the job. The product glides on without looking thick or obvious. The subtle hint of orange counteracts the appearance of dark circles while natural skin-toned pigments work in unison to provide the ultimate coverage.
Octyldodecanol, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Kaolin, Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax / Copernicia Cerifera Cera / Cire de Carnauba, Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax / Euphorbia Cerifera Cera / Cire de Candelilla, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Glycerin, Alumina, Tocopheryl Acetate, Phenoxyethanol
Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, 77492, 77499).see more...
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NYX Dark Circle Concealer
- "love the moisturization but id say it is a 3.5 bc i have used concealers that cancel out orcover my dark circles better." in 715 reviews
- "excellent coverage from an under eye concealer! the formula is easy to apply and blends really well. it's definitely buildable but it can crease so getting that perfect blend can be difficult! it can survive all day but is definitely more long lasting when set with a powder. " in 101 reviews
- "So I started using this one and I love it.." in 1 review
- "It has great coverage and smooths out pretty easy." in 1 review
- "I also used it on my very fair skinned red headed sister with freckles and her face looked beautiful and flawless!" in 1 review
This product is a 10/10. I have dark circles, and the difference this product makes when I apply it blows my mind! It has an orange pigment to it, and I guess that is what actually completely conceals my under eye bags so well. It's crazy. I'm fair skin too, pale and cool toned, and I was kind of sketch as to how an orange pigment would look on my skin, but it seriously looks better than any dark circle corrector that I've ever used and it makes my under eyes look airbrushed. I highly recommend this product, I use this every day.
When I first saw these in stores I wanted to try it right away but instead went home and read reviews about the product. All reviews were about how great the product was so I went out and bought it. Once I applied this product to my dark under eye circles it left it patchy. I think this product is thick and has a dry consistency or there was probably just a mistake with the product I purchased. But needless to say I did not like this product.
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Great concealer for us girls with dark circles! At first you'll be a bit overwhelmed putting orange under your eyes but if you look at the color wheel you'll see that orange neutralizes them dark blueish purple circles! Use it after moisturizing & priming then BEFORE applying BB/CC creams or foundation! Then you can conceal with your everyday concealers then apply powders!
Review for: Fair/Light more...
I love this stuff! it works so well! I use this with my rimmel concealer/highlighter in fair. i blend it out a bit with my beauty blender and then "bake" with my airspun powder. I had purchase itcosmetics corrector before i bought this one and i wished i hadn't. My picture is before and after!
I have dark circles (of course, if not why will I buy this) and I was told that if I didn't want to spend so much in the erase paste that this was a good alternative but not a dupe. It was my first time buying, I used it for a bit but it is a bad product. It creases really bad and it's dry. No matter what I did it just does not work well. In this case you do not get a very good product.
This is a very good dark circle concealer. Because of the thickness of the concealer it is extremely important that your under eye area is moisturized and hydrated before you apply this product. You can also prime your under eye after you moisturize. You can also try applying it with your ring finger that way you can one of the Prada before you apply it and gently tap it in.
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Love this stuff! I've been using it for a couple of years and have gone through many jars. It is the perfect salmon color to counteract blue tones under the eyes. I use light, but could probably even get away with medium. It will crease if you use too much, so don't overdo it. I use Maybelline instant age rewind concealer over this, and set with it cosmetics loose powder.
This concealer is actually just okay for me. The color is a really nice peach tone to balance out the dark circles, but I find that it's a bit oily. I also find that it creases really badly under my eyes no matter what powder or application method I use to set it. I ended up using it as an eyeshadow base so I didn't waste the rest of the pot, but I probably won't buy this one again.
This in theory will correct blue/purple dark circles under a person's eyes. I would recommend following application of a peach color corrector with concealer or foundation, or both if you have a moisturizing concealer. This didn't eliminate my dark circles but it vastly improved them. It's not the best under eye corrector and I find that it is quite drying on my under eye area.
I really like this dark circle corrector. It's not heavy like other brands. It's light and creamy. Don't let that fool you. Once it's on, it stays on. The coverage is great. I've used it alone, and I've used it with make up. I have dark circles and it completely hides them and blends well with my skin tone. I'm really pleased with this product. And another plus, it's wasn't no more than $5 at the local CVS and Ulta!!
Q & A
I see this is for dark circles. I love that, but does it crease? And do you really have to cake it on in order to cover the dark circles?
I noticed that the pot is REALLY small, my question for those that have/had this, is it easier to use it with a brush? If so, what kind/type of brush would you prefer using this product with?
What is the best application method for this concealer? Beauty blender, brush, fingers, etc?
How blendable is it, it is really creamy? I
I have pretty bad dark circles I am struggling to cover well. How is this and where can I get it?
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