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Dark circles are so annoying! They can make you look tired and totally mess up your makeup game! The good news is that covering up dark circles is not as hard as you may think! It's all about understanding basic colour correcting.

The main idea is to start off by adding a colour that will neutralize your dark circles, which normally have blue or green undertones. You can use colours like salmon/peach, red or even orange to neutralize the blue or green under your eyes.

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Here's how to use a salmon/peach colour corrector:

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Here's how to use a red colour corrector:

Here's how to use an orange colour corector:

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