Dark circles happen to the best of us, whether hereditary or as the result of…
I tried Delilah’s new creamy concealer and it banished my dark circles in seconds
Delilah Take Cover Radiant Cream Concealer, £22
Bright, radiant and healthy looking skin is something many of us aspire to achieve, but waking up to those hideous dark circles under the eyes is a reality that most of us struggle with. I mean, who even has enough time for a good night’s sleep these days?!
Delilah Cosmetics has got you covered with their new Take Cover Radiant Cream Concealer. Its unique formula contains light reflecting pigments to reduce the appearance of dark circles and fine lines, resulting in skin that looks softer and brighter. Challenge accepted…
Flo Jones, Work Shadowing
When it comes to beauty, my main focus is achieving glowing skin. Having dry skin has meant that I’ve struggled with wearing a full face of makeup. So, finding the right products that work with my skin type and help me achieve that much-coveted lit-from-within look is a real ‘kerching’ moment.
I’m super fussy when it comes to concealers and how their formula feels and looks on my skin. There is nothing worse than applying a product for it to flake in the areas it’s supposed to be accentuating, am I right? The creamy consistency of this concealer feels smooth and hydrating, and it blends effortlessly into the skin, banishing dark circles and leaving a flawless radiant finish.
With its buildable medium-high coverage, you’re able to create the look you desire, whether that’s a subtle glowing makeup look or a full-glam glow. Brownie points: it’s enriched with acanthium flower extract and Vitamin E, which help to hydrate skin, repair imperfections, and hide tired looking skin. To apply, use the handy built-in applicator and add a few dots under the eyes. You can simply blend it out with your finger or use your favourite beauty sponge.
Thanks to its ability to banish my dark circles and help me cheat that ‘I totally got 8 hours sleep’ look, this little beauty has earned a hard-to-achieve spot in my makeup bag.