While I don't have terrible undereye circles, they are definitely noticeable and something I make sure to conceal nearly every day. Concealer does a decent job of generally lightening the area, but using a corrector really helps to neutralize the purpley tones under the eye and it makes all the difference.
One of the first items I ever purchased from Sephora back in the day (like 7 years ago - omg) was the Benefit Erase Paste. Unfortunately, it was absolutely the worst with creasing. This It Cosmetics Bye Bye Undereye Corrector Concentrate Cream is basically what I wished the Benefit Erase Paste was.
This peachy toned corrector is so pigmented, so a little goes a long way. The consistency is a bit dry and stiff, unlike the Benefit Erase Paste which is so soft and creamy - hence why that creased like a mofo on me. When the It Cosmetics corrector warms up on your finger, it is easier to work with. Since this is so pigmented and concentrated, and also has a drier texture, you can really put just a little bit under your eyes and you hardly feel like anything is on your skin. It is such a thin and concentrated layer so it doesn't crease! It really sticks there and feels comfortable.
It looks a little crazy at first, having straight up peach under your eyes. This is not a product I would use all on its own! After applying, and looking a little funny with orange under your eyes, I go in with my Maybelline Age Rewind concealer to cover up the peachiness.
I would say this really helps in lightening up the eye area and making you look a little fresher and well rested. The It Cosmetics Bye Bye Undereye Corrector retails for $29 USD which is pricey for only 0.17 oz of product. It comes in the shades Light, Medium, and Rich (I use Medium). While it is quite pricey, keep in mind that it is a concentrate. I've been using this for a couple of months and I feel like I've hardly made a dent, so you can really stretch this out to perhaps a year of use.
Also, thumbs up to It Cosmetics for being a cruelty free brand. If you want to see my other review on the It Cosmetics Naturally Pretty palette, click here.
Do you use a colour corrector for your dark circles?