How do you hide Eye Bags with Foundation?

How do you hide Eye Bags with Foundation?


If you’ve ever noticed that your eyes have bags, it can be tough to hide them. Luckily, there are a few tricks to help concealer hide under-eye bags.

Apply your foundation to the sides of your face.

  • Apply your foundation to the sides of your face, not directly over the eye area.
  • Do not apply any liquid or cream concealer to any area around your eyes, including under-eye bags and lids. It’s best to apply this type of product on top of foundation instead (see below).
  • Don’t apply more than one layer at a time; otherwise you’ll end up looking like Grandma!

How do you hide Eye Bags with Foundation

Blend with a concealer brush.

  • Blend your concealer with a brush.
  • Use a brush that is soft and blends well, like the Urban Decay All Nighter Concealer Brush ($20). This concealer brush has both large and small bristles, which are perfect for blending in eye shadow and foundation. It also has an angled head so it can reach into corners of your eyes easily without going too far over them (which could cause creasing).
  • If you’re using liquid or cream formulas, try using something like this small eyeshadow applicator ($3) instead of applying directly onto the skin around your eye area—this will help prevent spillover onto other areas of your face!

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Use a concealer stick.

One of the best ways to hide eye bags is by using a concealer stick. A concealer stick is a small piece of makeup that you can use on your skin to cover up any dark circles or blemishes, but also works well as an under-eye brightener for those who don’t have time for foundation yet want to look awake and refreshed in the morning.

To use it: apply the product directly under each eye around where you’d like the puffiness to go away (you’ll want this coverage in place before applying any foundation). Use your fingers or brush (you can find brushes specifically designed for this purpose at most drugstores) to blend everything together until there aren’t any signs of purple smudging around either side of your eyes anymore!

Try a tinted moisturizer.

Tinted moisturizer is a good choice if you want to conceal dark under-eye circles. It’s easy to apply, and it can be used as either a foundation or concealer. You’ll just need to make sure that the product has enough coverage so that it doesn’t look like you’re wearing makeup around your eyes.

You may also want to consider using tinted moisturizer on its own; this will help hide any fine lines around your eyes while providing extra moisture for those dry areas of skin around them (this is especially important if they’re prone to dehydration).

Apply a concealer after you’ve applied cream products.

If you’re looking to hide those pesky under-eye bags, it’s important to apply a concealer after you have applied your moisturizer or foundation. Eye creams and foundations can be quite drying on the skin, so it’s best to follow up with an eye cream or concealer that doesn’t contain any oil. You may also want to use an under-eye brightening product in addition to the concealer if you think it will help brighten up your eyes even more (and who doesn’t want their eyes brighter?).

You can choose from several different types of concealers: liquid ones that come in tubes (like Smashbox Cosmetics), pressed powders (like Laura Mercier Cosmetics), creams/gel formulas like Revlon Colorstay 2-in-1 Foundation + Concealer Duo Illuminating Concealer & Highlighting Cheek Cream duo – light; medicated formulas such as Neutrogena Healthy Skin Anti-Wrinkle Moisturizing Creamy Liquid Concealers – lightest shade; mineral or talc based formulas such as Clinique Even Better Clinical Dark Coffee Coverage Invisible Under Eye Creme – medium shade; creamy formulas like MAC Studio Fix Fluid Makeup SPF 15/PA+++, which provides full coverage without creasing into fine lines around eyes when applied over foundation SPF15+.

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Try concealer on your decollete area (under your chin) or around your nostrils.

To hide eye bags under your chin, apply concealer to the sides of your face. If you’re using a cream foundation, apply it to the sides of your face and blend with a concealer brush.

If you’re using a liquid or cream concealer stick, dip into it then tap off excess on the back of your hand (this is great for those who don’t like using brushes). Using this technique will help keep things neat and tidy while still giving you coverage!

Tinted moisturizers can also help hide under eye bags—just be sure to use one that matches!

If you’re looking for ways to hide eye bags, these tips will help you do it!

If you’re looking for ways to hide eye bags, these tips will help you do it!

  • Don’t sleep on your side or stomach. The face is naturally curved, and when you lay down with your head at an angle, gravity causes your eyes to slope downward. This can lead to bags under the eyes. Instead of lying flat on your back or side, try sleeping on a pillow so that the curve of your face remains upright throughout the night.
  • Avoid heavy makeup and products with high alcohol content (such as foundation). Heavy makeup makes it difficult for skin cells in the area around your eyes (known as “epidermis”) to breathe properly—and if there aren’t enough nutrients being delivered from within those cells into their outer layer (called dermis), then those cells may begin breaking down faster than usual due to lack of oxygenation.”


We hope these tips will help you supercharge your morning and prepare you for an amazing day. As we’ve seen, there are many different ways to hide eye bags, and as long as you start with a good concealer and foundation, it won’t matter what time of day it is!

By: Herbal Care Products