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How to conceal those dark circles under the eyes

While some (“none”) of us love the look of dark circles under our eyes, probably most of us don’t.

And despite employing the use of eye creams and massage techniques and forest gypsies, those purpley-blue circles remain there, making us look far more fatigued and ragged than we actually are, and fooling everyone into thinking we are twenty years older than our passport would suggest.

So… conceal them, you gorgeous dunce! And conceal them PROPERLY, using the magic step so many of us neglect… corrector.

Zoe uses the Napoleon Pro Palette Concealer ($55) and YSL Touche Eclat illuminator.

Zoe is an author, columnist and porridge fan. She was beauty director of Cosmopolitan, Harper’s BAZAAR and PRIMPED and then collated all the best tips and tricks from her time in these roles for the beauty bible, Amazing Face. She is currently the dating columnist for Cosmopolitan magazine, although her best advice in this arena can probably be found in the dating and relationship guide, Textbook Romance , which she co-wrote with Hamish Blake. Zoe has published three novels, Air Kisses, Playing The Field and The Younger Man, and she rates them among the best novels ever written in the history of the written word. Find more info on her here, or supervise on her daily procrastination here and here.

Please understand that Zoe cannot respond to ALL your questions – but never fear, there are readers that are bound to know the answers, so don’t be afraid to ask.

How do you conceal dark circles under the eyes?

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