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Find Your Perfect Concealer

  • 4 min read


Concealer is the unsung hero of our makeup bag. It discreetly helps us hide any perceived flaws or distractions we may not like so we can stop obsessing about them (you know we do!) and focus on enhancing our best features. Different problems call for different solutions, so this week I’m going to discuss our different concealers and what they do, to help you find the best one to suit your needs.

Active Light Under-Eye Concealer

Active Light Under-eye Concealer adds light to your face wherever you need it. It brightens under-eye circles and also contains buckwheat extract to reduce puffiness and cucumber extract to soothe. It has a light texture and is relatively sheer. It can also be used on other areas of your face that you want to brighten, like the bridge of your nose, top of cheeks, or brow bone.

How to Apply

My favorite way of applying Active Light Under-eye Concealer is to place small dots under my eyes and then gently pat it to blend, with my ring finger. A great trick is to draw short lines, like the rays of the sun, from the under eye area to the tops of cheekbones. This brightens dark circles and highlights all at once. A little goes a long way. Until you get used to using the right amount for you, check in a mirror 30 minutes after applying. If you have some creasing, pat gently with the ring finger and apply a little less next time.

Best Use: Discoloration or Puffiness

Active Light Under-eye Concealer is best to use if you have slight under eye discoloration or puffiness and is perfect to create a brighter, more wide-awake look.

Circle/Delete Concealer

Circle/Delete Concealer is very emollient in texture and provides more opaque coverage. It is nourishing and helps hold in moisture. Due to its texture, it is important to keep this concealer away from your lower lash line if you are wearing eyeliner, as it may cause your eyeliner to smudge. Circle/Delete Concealer is not only great for deeper under eye discoloration, but also works well to lighten the nasal-labial folds (puppet lines) around the mouth to give a refreshed and lifted look.

How to Apply

This tip comes from Jane, whose skin always looks flawless and completely natural: The skin isn't smooth like a piece of plastic, so to get full coverage apply your concealer with the Camouflage Brush using criss-cross motions. This gets the concealer into the fine lines on the skin that aren't normally visible. Then, to make your concealer completely disappear, feather the edges with your ring finger. The warmth from your finger will melt the concealer into your skin.

Best Use: Dryness, Fine Lines, or Dark Circles

Circle/Delete Concealer is a good choice if you have dry or dehydrated skin, fine lines or darker under eye circles.

Enlighten Concealer™

Enlighten Concealer is perfect for those with very dark circles, hyperpigmentation or bruising. It has full coverage due to a mixture of concentrated extracts of Amazonian Marapuama, Suma Root and White Lily, which are all plants that reduce the appearance of dark under-eyes and puffiness. These plants also brighten and revitalize the look of tired eyes and hydrate the eye area to help that delicate skin to look firmer and smoother.

How to Apply

Dip a Camouflage Brush into the pan of concealer. Gently dab and pat the product onto your under-eye area. Work the product into the skin until you can no longer see any harsh lines between the product and your skin. Use the warmth and gentle touch of your ring finger to press and melt the product into your skin, this will ensure a natural, flawless application.

Best Use: Dark Circles or Additional Coverage

Enlighten Concealer is best for those with very dark under-eye circles who need additional coverage.

Disappear Concealer

Disappear Concealer is a full coverage concealer that works best for more pronounced acne breakouts as well as redness and tattoo coverage. Green tea extract calms and protects against free radicals and acne bacteria.

How to Apply

Squeeze a little Disappear Concealer onto a Camouflage Brush and apply to the area you are trying to cover. To cover tattoos, layer Amazing Base Loose Mineral Powder using the Flocked Sponge and Disappear Concealer using the Camouflage Brush to receive the fullest form of coverage.

Best Use: Redness, Acne, or Tattoos

Disappear Concealer is best used if you have redness, acne or tattoos.

Corrective Colors

Corrective Colors is a professional palette created for camouflaging all the stages of bruising. It also covers hyperpigmentation flawlessly. This four-color palette is all you need to cover any bruise. The yellow conceals redness and can be used to conceal acne spots or rosacea. The peach hides blues, purples and grays and can also be used to conceal dark under-eye circles. The lilac covers yellow shades and the beige conceals hyperpigmentation.

How to Use

Using your finger or a Camouflage Brush, take the color that conceals your skin concern and gently pat and press it over the skin. Apply a second layer as needed. To ensure that your concealer stays all day, sweep your shade of PurePressed® Base Mineral Foundation over the skin to lock your look into place.

We hope this concealer breakdown helps you find your perfect product. We want to see your looks! Share pictures with us on Instagram by tagging @janeiredale and #BeautyWithBrilliance.

Chelsea Simmons

Chelsea Simmons

Chelsea began her beauty journey in 2010 as a fashion and beauty freelancer at Ladies’ Home Journal magazine. There she had the chance to test and review hundreds of products while quickly falling for the benefits the clean makeup she tried. After leaving the magazine industry, she worked as a publicist for international fragrance and beauty brands until 2016 when she landed at jane iredale. Here, she has discovered liquid eyeliner doesn’t have to burn her eyes, foundation doesn’t have to feel heavy, and that the jane iredale Global Educators truly have the best beauty hacks. Since then, she’s shared her 10+ years of experience with you on The Good Glow Blog.