L’Oral Paris Visible Lift CC Eye Concealer

  • Brand: Illuminations
  • Number of Pieces: 1
  • This multi-action concealer rolls away signs of fatigue and dark circles around the eye area to keep you looking more youthful
  • Directions: Gently roll under eye. Pat lightly until blended
  • Features: Blendable, Crease Resistant
  • Product Form: cream

Product Description

L’Oral Paris Visible Lift CC Eye Concealer: Product Description

Color:Color : light The new Visible Lift CC Eye Concelear is our newest innovation in anti-aging makeup. This multi-action concealer rolls away signs of fatigue and dark circles around the eye area to keep you looking more youthful, and wide-awake. Available in 3 shades. Multi-Action Concealer Roll Away Signs of Fatigue and Dark Circles Available in 3 shades Directions: Gently roll under eye. Pat lightly until blended Product Form: cream For Use On: Face Beauty Purpose: Concealing Color Palette: Medium Tones Color Family: Beige Features: Blendable, Crease Resistant Travel Size: No Gender: Women Product Warning: no warning applicable


If you use foundation, remember to apply the foundation first and then the concealer . This is because the foundation itself already has a uniforming and consequently corrective action. Go in this way to use a smaller amount of corrector and, above all, you can correct the defect in a more targeted way.

The most effective way to apply the concealer to cover dark circles is to draw a triangle with the base just below the eye and the vertex towards the cheek. In this way you not only hide the dark circles, but also go to illuminate the face.

If you do not use the primer for the eyes, before applying the eye shadow on the eyelid, apply a small amount of well-worked concealer so that the eye shadow does not immediately enter the folds of the eye.

When applying the concealer around the eyes , you must use a lot of delicacy . Use the ring finger to tap the concealer on dark circles or on the eyelids (the same applies to the eye contour cream). To cover dark circles that turn towards purple / blue, use a peach-colored concealer; if you have gray dark circles, use a concealer that turns towards orange to cancel the grayness: never use a white-based corrector to avoid getting an even more intense grayness.

After applying the concealer, especially around the eyes, dab the areas with a tissue (or a piece of thin toilet paper) in order to remove the excess product and prevent the fine lines from being emphasized.


Choose a concealer that is tailored to the needs of your skin type and skin problem. Follow these guidelines:

  • Are you prone to dry skin? Then you should avoid a liquid concealer with a matt finish, as this could increase the dryness.
  • If you tend to have oily skin with enlarged pores, it is better not to choose a concealer with a creamy texture or in the form of a stick.
  • The texture of such concealers could clog your pores and make your skin look shiny.
  • If you want to cover dark circles and brown or red spots, you should choose a concealer with medium to high coverage.
  • If you are using a concealer in the area under the eyes, you should choose a product that is only 1-2 shades lighter than your actual complexion. Your concealer should ideally be the same color as your foundation.
  • If you tend to have medium to severe skin discoloration, you should use a concealer with more pigments. Combine it with a foundation for a natural look by mixing the concealer with your foundation, making it less visible.
  • Experiment with colors, textures, finishes, and techniques to find out which concealer suits you best.

Concealer: which color to use

What are the colors of concealers, and what are they for?

TEXTURE – The concealer can be in cream, liquid and powder. The cream one is ideal for dry and mature skin, the fluid one is suitable for all skin types and fades easily; the powder one is recommended for those with oily skin.

GREEN CORRECTOR – Contrasts any type of redness, such as annoying red dots, pimples, broken capillaries, or localized redness. A little trick for those suffering from couperose: just add a small amount of green concealer powder to the moisturizer. You will immediately acquire a brighter and more natural complexion.

PURPLE CORRECTOR – More than a corrector of imperfections, the lilac or violet corrector is a corrector of tone. It is used to illuminate a dull complexion, but also to attenuate the yellowish complexion, or the gray one of those who smoke. It also serves to cover the yellow spots and streaks of a non-compact tan.

PINK CORRECTOR – It has the power to illuminate a tired and tired face, or simply serves to contrast the whiteness due to artificial lights.

YELLOW CORRECTOR – It has a natural lightening effect on the skin. It is perfect for camouflaging the dark circles under the shades of darker and olive shades without giving a heavy effect like the beige one would.