Salmon darkcircle concealer cream #1 (0.35oz/10g)

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Salmon darkcircle concealer cream #1 (0.35oz/10g)

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    Eyes, Skin Care, Concealers & Neutralizers, Dark Circle Treatments, Makeup, Face, Beauty & Personal Care

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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Thread: Simple Questions [R]

2 years, 2 months agoclassylassy posted submission on MakeupAddiction.
Jan. 23, 2018

Ask any questions you may have here! Remember to sort comments by 'new' so the latest questions are seen and answered!

2 years, 2 months agoclassylassy posted comment on MakeupAddiction.
Jan. 24, 2018

Well, if you have really dark eye circles, I would recommend a salmon color concealer to cancel the purple of the dark circles. I like this skinfood one

People also like to go back in and brighten the under year area then. This can be achieved by finding a concealer 1 or 2 shades lighter than your skintone. It will brighten the under eye area and look more youthful. I use the tarte shape tape one but they have been under scrutiny lately because they wouldn't take the time to provide adequate shade range for POC.

So, if you would like a different option, you can try Maybelline age rewind, nars concealer, or just type in concealer into the search bar and a bunch of threads can come up with more inclusive recommendations.

What is the best thing you've ever purchased from Amazon? [R]

2 years, 6 months agoanotherwish posted submission on AskWomen.
Sept. 26, 2017

I made this post to get my basket to $25 for free shipping, but I see that Amazon is filled with treasures. Thank you for all the responses!

2 years, 6 months agoanotherwish posted on AskWomen.
Sept. 27, 2017

Korean under eye concealer. Total game changer. https://www.amazon.com/Salmon-darkcircle-concealer-cream-0-35oz/dp/B004FKD3HI/ref=sr11ait?ie=UTF8&qid=1506536774&sr=8-1&keywords=salmon+concealer

Looking for a new color corrector for my dark under eye circles, any recommendations? [R]

2 years, 8 months agoJuly 1, 2017

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2 years, 8 months agosloan_h posted on MakeupAddiction.
July 1, 2017

I really love this Skinfood in Bloom Skinfood ($7) for a creamy concealer, and for a thicker one for sleepless days, I use the Pixi Correction Concentrate in peach Pixi ($12).

MUA, help me. New to make up and can't afford for a make up artist for my August wedding. CC definitely needed! [R]

2 years, 9 months agominicucumbers posted submission on MakeupAddiction.
June 10, 2017

SOS DARK CIRCLE HELP [R]

4 years, 2 months agoSprinklepug posted submission on MakeupAddiction.
Jan. 27, 2016

Okay so I'm about to show you guys the most unflaterring picture of myself out there, but I'm desperate. I can't pin point the exact color of my under eye circles. I've used every single color out there to help correct: salmon, yellow, green, you name it. My circles make me so self conscious because they're so ugly and make me look so tired. If any of you have the same color and can help me figure out what color they are and tell me how you correct them, please let me know!

http://i.imgur.com/09WI9gF.jpg This is with no makeup

http://i.imgur.com/erntpVJ.jpg This picture is with concealer and yellow correction :(

4 years, 2 months agoSprinklepug posted on MakeupAddiction.
Jan. 28, 2016

The Skinfood Dark Circle Corrector is my holy grail and I've tried every corrector in Sephora! I love it for what it does and the price! You have to warm it up a bit in your fingers before you place it under your eye and I usually put another brightening concealer over it but it's truly magic for me.

http://www.amazon.com/Skin-Food-Salmon-Concealer-Blooming/dp/B004FKD3HI

I'm older than most of you but I really need your help with foundation/concealer [R]

4 years, 2 months agoTwoNewfies posted submission on MakeupAddiction.
Jan. 4, 2016
4 years, 2 months agoTwoNewfies posted on MakeupAddiction.
Jan. 5, 2016

Love your hair! I'm older too, and have a fistful of concealers for my genetic dark circles. One thing that worked for me (where nothing else ever had) was Onomie: I bought the $4 sample, and thought it was another not so great concealer. I used it up because I was too cheap to throw it out. But then I noticed my eyes looking ... better. So, I use Onomie and then NYX yellow color corrector, or this product I found on /r/asianbeauty. Tarte, Shishedo, Amazing Concealer, Benefit, all settle into the wrinkles. Definitely agree that a very light dust of powder helps.

Looking for some CC on a recent look I did! been working on my blending and eyebrows :) [R]

4 years, 2 months agonoys posted submission on sugarfreemua.
Dec. 28, 2015
4 years, 2 months agonoys posted on sugarfreemua.
Dec. 28, 2015

I use a clean mascara wand I salvaged from an old mascara to comb through my lashes :)

This product gets rave reviews and has a really good price/quality/quantity ratio.

Long time lurker, first time poster. Here is my everyday look. Cc welcome :) [R]

4 years, 2 months agoDec. 28, 2015
4 years, 2 months agoVitamins08 posted on MakeupAddiction.
Dec. 28, 2015

I swear by this under eye concealer

SKINFOOD Salmon Darkcircle Concealer Cream

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004FKD3HI?keywords=skin%20food%20salmon%20dark%20circle%20concealer%20cream&qid=1451340143&ref=sr1_2&sr=8-2

Help with undereye concealer [R]

4 years, 3 months agoDec. 17, 2015

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4 years, 3 months agogofauvism posted on MakeupAddiction.
Dec. 17, 2015

Skinfood . Every now and then if I rush and use too much, then find myself in a really humid environment - it'll crease a little but it's easy to fix with a finger or q-tip. I'm curious to see how it would behave differently with eyeshadow base under it - it's occurred to me but I just haven't tried it because I'm generally pretty satisfied with it. I never set it with powder, either, but I probably would if I used any, hah. Anyways, I like how it doesn't look muddy or painty, but still covers really well. I find it looks better with time, too, like it settles itself out. As far as my skin/eyes go - I have thin Irish skin, so I get those creases a lot from smiling and having deep set eyes. The dark circles are bluey/purpley in some places and kind of green in others. Cute, right? It's also in between my eyes on the side of my nose, so I use it there too.

edit: plus it's cheap!

After hearing so much about the Skinfood darkcircle concealer, I had to compare it to my favorite undereye corrector. [R]

4 years, 3 months agololabeans posted submission on AsianBeauty.
Dec. 12, 2015
4 years, 3 months agololabeans posted on AsianBeauty.
Dec. 12, 2015

http://www.amazon.com/SKINFOOD-Darkcircle-Concealer-Blooming-Whitening/dp/B004FKD3HI

Thank you for the wonderful review! Would this be the same product?

EOTD: Eye makeup noob, practicing :-) [R]

4 years, 3 months agoFertyMerty posted submission on MakeupAddiction.
Dec. 4, 2015
4 years, 3 months agoFertyMerty posted on MakeupAddiction.
Dec. 4, 2015

You can't go wrong with CoverGirl Clump Crusher. So good.

As for undereye - most people seem to favor NARS creamy radiant concealer or Urban Decay Naked Skin concealer. The former is thicker and more pigmented; the latter is thinner and has a dewier finish with slightly less coverage.

That said, to counteract the blues you have in your inner corner and undereye (which are honestly very slight! You're normal!), you could try careful application of a salmon corrector. I really love this one. Pretty sure NYX makes one too.

Thread: Simple Questions [R]

4 years, 4 months agopixiecuntpunch posted submission on MakeupAddiction.
Nov. 17, 2015

Ask any questions you may have here! Remember to sort comments by 'new' so the latest questions are seen and answered!

4 years, 4 months agopixiecuntpunch posted on MakeupAddiction.
Nov. 18, 2015

Skinfood's Salmon Concealer is amazing for undereye concealing as it provides coverage + colour correction. I will also second NARS Radiant Creamy. It's expensive but it's amazing.

[23F] Always had dark under eye circles and can't tell how badly they impact my appearance. [R]

4 years, 7 months agoAug. 16, 2015

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4 years, 7 months agoitslauralie posted on amiugly.
Aug. 17, 2015

I have the same exact problem. I feel like the dark circles around my eyes (yes, around, not under) make me look like a crackhead. I end up with people telling me I look tired and then lecturing me about proper sleep, etc. The part under my eyes looks more like a purple bruise. Some days they aren't as bad as others and this light concealer usually helps, but I also learned a neat trick from this YouTube video. I've learned the key is to lightly dab on whatever I'm usually using as a concealer [Edit:I actually use liquid foundation, not an actual concealer] and blend it in so I don't end up with inverted raccoon eyes.

I'd post a pic of myself, but I'm at work now and I'd rather send it to you privately. Let me know if you want to see a before and after pic and I'll send it to you when I get home. :)

What's the best under eye colour corrector? [R]

4 years, 7 months agoroseatesg posted submission on MakeupAddiction.
Aug. 17, 2015

I live in the UK, and I've been hunting everywhere for a suitable colour corrector. I suffer from dark circles under my eyes, which I believe is hereditary.

I have switched to a light coverage foundation since the rest of my skin doesn't need to be covered up, but it now meana my dark circles won't cover up nearly as much even though I use a heaving duty MAC concealer.

I have heard so much about colour correctors taking out the dark, ashy tones under the eye, which I feel is exactly what I need!

Can you recommend any products? Thank you in advance!

4 years, 7 months agoroseatesg posted on MakeupAddiction.
Aug. 17, 2015

I've heard great things for all of the above correctors! Personally never tried the drugstore ones but I love the Bobbi Brown corrector :-)

Need a good under eye corrector [R]

4 years, 10 months agoMay 22, 2015

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4 years, 10 months agocaution_wet_taint posted on RandomActsofMakeup.
May 26, 2015

I love love love the SkinFood Salmon Dark Circle Corrector in #1. I'm super pale and this covers my dark circles very well. I'm a full time worker with a five month old so you know I have some dark circles going on. A little goes a long way, but you the only downside is you really have to set it with powder because it's stays a bit tacky.

Need a good under eye corrector [R]

4 years, 10 months agoMay 22, 2015

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4 years, 10 months agolilpeedee posted on RandomActsofMakeup.
May 22, 2015

I have used and liked the Pixi Correction Concentrate that you can get at Target. I have also heard really good things about this Skinfood one but have not tried it yet.

Hair, Makeup, Skincare, Fitness, and Fragrance Thread - May 19, 2015 [R]

4 years, 10 months agoTidiouteCool posted submission on femalefashionadvice.
May 19, 2015

The Hair, Makeup, Skincare, Fitness, and Fragrance Thread will be posted every Tuesday morning (~9:30AM PST)!

This thread is for simple hair and makeup questions that you may have, especially those that don't warrant their own thread. We all want a diversified opinion, so feel free to answer any questions (of which you know the answer).

Example questions:

  • What's a good conditioner for straight, thick hair?

  • Where can I find a perfume with subtle pine notes?

  • Do you use a foundation with sunscreen? Is it worth it?

4 years, 10 months agoTidiouteCool posted on femalefashionadvice.
May 19, 2015

Have you tried skin food under eye concealer? It works wonders for me. I even use it on some super stubborn break outs.

Dark circle concealer help. [R]

4 years, 10 months agoMadameInternet posted submission on RandomActsofMakeup.
May 7, 2015

Hello ladies, I will post a pic of the offending circles in a bit but I have tried just the NYX concealer pots for color correcting BUT they don't seem to work with my other makeup and or very spotchy and cakey no matter the application process. I did try to work with them for a year and now accept I need something different. I use Becca evermatte primer, UD 3.5 foundation and alternate between Cetaphil and Cerave moisturizer. I have extremely oily skin and semi sensitive as well. I'd prefer to stay under 25-30 for two products since I have a little bit of purple and we'll I will just post a photo and let you see what color combos I have going on. I have access to Sephora inside JCP and Ulta. So any ideas? Sorry for not posting a picture, I had to go out unexpectedly. Will do so if I can wrap up this errand before 4.

4 years, 10 months agoMadameInternet posted on RandomActsofMakeup.
May 7, 2015

Skinfood salmon dark circle concealer is my god.

Amazon link for the lighter shade

Amazon link for the darker shade

Help! I have literally the worst under eye circles that I've ever seen on anyone! [R]

4 years, 12 months agoMarch 31, 2015

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4 years, 12 months agotoxik0n posted on SkincareAddiction.
March 31, 2015

Getting a good concealer would help a lot. You'll want something orange-toned to cancel out the purple-ish/blue tones. Here are two popular ones: Skinfood Salmon Dark Circle ConcealerNARS Creamy Concealer

I'd recommend trying the Skinfood, because, well... look at the price difference, haha.

To create a more smooth effect, start by applying a pore-erasing primer (Maybelline Baby Face, or whatever else you like), then apply the concealer (blend out with a brush/beauty blender in an inverted triangle shape), then brush a matte setting power over top.

My mom has terrible hereditary dark under eye shadows- she's considering UD Naked concealer, is it worth the splurge? What should she get instead? [R]

5 years, 1 month agoFeb. 14, 2015
5 years, 1 month ago-Ketracel-White posted on MakeupAddiction.
Feb. 15, 2015

I actually use a salmon colored mineral corrector (powder) and it works wonders. Completely corrects and brightens the area with just a small amount of concealer over top. Definitely want to try this corrector from Skin Food to see if it does the trick.

What are the best concealers for bags under your eyes on super pale skin? [R]

6 years agoplaidsuitpants posted submission on RandomActsofMakeup.
March 26, 2014

I'm on a no buy (for myself, one of you will probably be glammed again soon because of this, I can't help but look at fun things and get excited) but I figured now would be as good of a time as any to ask for advice since it's a good way to be active in the sub! So I'll be saving this advice for later.

Anyway, I'm super super pale (I am always the palest shade in foundation, IE I am .5 in Naked Skin,) and my sleep schedule is really painfully erratic. Most of the time I don't have time to fix the bags under my eyes, but as of now I'm not sure I have the right product for it. So I was wondering, what's a good product for concealing those bags? I'm willing to check anything out, so whatever. If you have advice, I'll hear it!

Thanks for all your help. I hope you guys are having a great Wednesday, or whenever the hell you're reading this. <3

6 years agoplaidsuitpants posted on RandomActsofMakeup.
March 26, 2014

I haven't used it, but I've been looking at this. I'm super pale too so the color is putting me off, but it is an orange color which is supposed to counteract blue.

What part of your routine are you never satisfied with/always looking to do more perfectly? [R]

6 years, 1 month agoJan. 28, 2014

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6 years, 1 month agoadoaboutnothing posted on MakeupAddiction.
Jan. 28, 2014

Y'ALL. Y'all. Skinfood Dark Circle Concealer. I am obsessed with this stuff. Good coverage, NO creasing, and a pinkish tint to neutralize the blue/gray in dark circles. I use it literally every day.

I apply it in thin layers with my middle finger, using a patting motion. It's super buildable, the texture is divine, and by applying it with my finger, the warmth of my finger helps melt it onto my skin so it sets smooth and lovely. Best part, it's pretty inexpensive! $6 on Amazon.

I've tried numerous other concealers under my eyes, and none of them come close to this one. It's my HG for sure.

What the heck do I use to look awake? [R]

6 years, 2 months agoLittleMissBlue posted submission on RandomActsofMakeup.
Jan. 14, 2014

I'm on the hunt for something to cover up the purple terribleness under my eyes. It's a family trait I wish I didn't have. I look exhausted all the time. (Which I am, but I'd like to at least look like I'm awake.)

I can almost feel my concealer laughing at me when I try to cover it up.

So, what do you use under your eyes? Do you put it on before or after foundation?

6 years, 2 months agoLittleMissBlue posted on RandomActsofMakeup.
Jan. 14, 2014

Skinfood Salmon Dark Circle Concealer Cream (note: there are two shades available, I'm NC/NW 15 and use #1). You can put it directly on your under eye area or over primer (I find primer helps fill in my fine lines but if you don't have any you can probably skip it). I personally prefer patting it on over swiping it because I get better coverage. I blend it out gently with a fluffy brush and put finishing powder on top to mattify it. It. Erases. Dark. Circles. I will provide proof as soon as I'm done with my face mask!

Also, try lining your water line with white eyeliner; this provides the illusion of bigger, brighter eyes. Not putting mascara on your bottom lashes or eyeliner on your bottom lash line will also help, as will using light, warm eyeshadow colors (think peaches and pinks) and highlighting your browbone with something light and shimmery. I don't personally do this, but I've heard that using brown liner and mascara instead of black will give you a softer, less harsh look that may or may not contribute to brightening or "waking up" the eyes. I'll provide a picture of these techniques with the concealer B&A.

EDIT

A bit sloppy, but here we go.

You'll have to forgive me because this doesn't nicely illustrate what I've written here at all. I no longer own a precision white eyeliner so my lash line is muddy and I have no fucking clue how to blend eyeshadow, so that's a mess - just keep the principles in mind because I swear they work when used by someone who is actually good at makeup. I lost some coverage under one of my eyes (left side of the image, inner corner) due to trying to fix the muddy lash line, so I gave up; the eye on the right is a more representative example of the coverage. Also note that I suffer from a shitty facial bone structure and extremely deep set eyes, so my hollows will always show no matter what - it's the pigmentation that's being covered, and hopefully that's the extent of your problem.

TL;DR Eye makeup is shit, sorry, but check out that dark circle concealer!

Good dupe for Bobbi Brown corrector? [R]

6 years, 2 months agouawildctas posted submission on MakeupAddiction.
Jan. 9, 2014

I bought this corrector in Porcelain Bisque and have recently hit pan.

I love this product so much but was wondering if anyone knew of any good, perhaps a little cheaper, dupes?

At £18.50 it's not extortionate but it stings a little on the bank account.

Thanks!

6 years, 2 months agouawildctas posted on MakeupAddiction.
Jan. 9, 2014

Pixi makes a peach-toned under eye corrector that is fairly priced, but not as creamy as the BB one. I found a few other dupes, but I personally haven't tried them as it seems they're all in the UK (good since I'm assuming that's where you are) or from Asian brands that can be found online:

Bourjois Happy Light Concealer: (http://www.boots.com/en/Bourjois-Happy-Light-Concealer_1396235/)

SEVENTEEN Phwoarr Paint: (http://www.boots.com/en/SEVENTEEN-Phwoarr-Paint_1379044/)

Skinfood Salmon Concealer: (http://www.amazon.com/SKINFOOD-Darkcircle-Concealer-Blooming-Whitening/dp/B004FKD3HI)

Shills undereye concealer: (http://www.sasa.com/SasaWeb/eng/product/viewProductDetail.jspa?itemno=106129903001)

In honor of finding my makeup bag [US] and [ALL][INT] if Amazon will ship to you. [R]

6 years, 3 months agoLittleMissBlue posted submission on RandomActsofMakeup.
Dec. 22, 2013

Edit: Thanks to everyone who entered! This contest is now closed, and you can see the winner in a separate post I made earlier today!

I was freaking out a little today and yesterday, since I couldn't find my makeup bag. I was adding up what it would cost to replace everything from it that I really liked. I had my friend check her car to make sure I didn't drop it there. Then I noticed today that it had somehow fallen out onto the living room chair that was the same exact color as the bag. Crisis averted!

In honor of not having to replace a bunch of daily use items, I'm holding a small contest.

  • Tell me an item that you would be devastated to lose (makeup or otherwise) and put the redditraffle word DarkBlue.
  • Link me to a wishlist item that is under (or within a dollar of) 15 USD with shipping.
  • I will choose a winner on Dec. 31st
6 years, 2 months agoLittleMissBlue posted on RandomActsofMakeup.
Dec. 30, 2013

Yay for crisis averted! I've had so many close calls with my keys, forgot my cell phone on a grocery store checkout counter once but an honest dude found it and returned it, and once I lost my glasses in a mountain of horse dung. They were never recovered and had to be replaced, and I was temporarily handicapped by the loss (I can not legally drive without glasses and wouldn't want to even if it was legal, that's how bad my vision is). Obviously losing my keys, cell phone, or glasses would be devastating, but now there's a new thing I'd cry if I lost: my BB cream.

It's not terribly expensive but it takes almost a month to ship from Korea and I can not live without it. It is the foundation for my makeup - wearing any kind of makeup without it feels pointless, because it's like I'm drawing attention to my stupid dry, dull face with DarkBlue under eye circles and horrible PIH. If I had to choose between EVERYTHING ELSE in my makeup collection and my BB cream, I would take the BB cream, because it allows me to look like I have a normal face.

This is another item I'd be devastated to lose, if I had it. ;)