"Pink is opposite to blue-green tones so it makes sense that using a pink concealer would help minimise the appearance of these areas on the skin." Saffron also mentioned that incorporating a little pink with your under-eye concealer can help to blend your makeup into your blush seamlessly and pull everything together.
Who should use pink undertone concealer?
Spencer says pink concealer can work for all skin tones if you choose the right shade based on your undertones. “Those with light-cool undertones may benefit from a pale pink concealer, while someone with deep warm undertones may opt for a saturated peachy-pink concealer,” he shares.
Should I use pink or yellow concealer?
Pink: Brightens up pale or dull skin. For those blessed with pale complexions, use a pink toned concealer to add rosiness and liveliness to your skin. Yellow: Probably the most versatile concealer color, yellow concealers cancel purple tons and neutralizes mild to moderate redness. Bye bye, dark circles or scars.
What is the pink concealer trend?
If you're thinking this has 'TikTok makeup hack' written all over it, then you're right. The trend has evolved from simply putting liquid blush under our eyes, with some beauty influencers going as far as setting their concealer with pink powders for an extreme brightening effect.
Do you put pink concealer on before or after foundation?
Concealer for under eyes generally goes on after foundation. If you are correcting an all over redness, for example, you would put the color corrector/primer on before foundation. Before. First cleanser, then moisturizer, then color corrector, then foundation, then contourer, then blusher, then highlighter.
What does pink under eye corrector do?
If you've tried so many eye creams, concealers, serums, and foundations without satisfaction, it may be time to think pink. You've probably seen pink concealer all over TikTok and the hype is not slowing down any time soon. A pink hue is great to brighten up the area under your eyes or anywhere else on your skin.