Under-eye Concealer: Be sure to blend in concealer thoroughly or run the risk of raccoon eyes. Also avoid Gabby’s faux pas above and make sure your concealer is no more than one shade lighter than your foundation especially if your photo is being taken. Once the camera hits it, it’ll appear even lighter than it actually is.
5. Overdrawn Eyebrows: Your brows are probably the most important part of your look. They frame your face and can make or break any eye makeup look. Try and have them groomed by a professional at least once a month while keeping them trim with a pair of tweezers. If you must fill them in, do so with a brow pencil that’s slightly lighter than your hair color. Fill them in using light, dainty feathery strokes. Set with brow powder or gel.