Five of the best anti-ageing eye concealers for in your 20s

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WE’VE all been there. Having spent 10 minutes baking our concealer only to discover the horror that it ENHANCES your wrinkles rather than hides them.
As we reach our late 20s and early 30s, it’s the one place where fine lines begin to show and seem to be more visible with makeup.
However fear not, as there are a host of flawless finish concealers that will help to disguise those creases while blitzing bags.
Check out five of our favourites below.

 

 

Maybelline Instant Conceal Eraser Concealer, £8.99

 

 

 

I LOVE how this lightweight concealer melts into the skin without any signs of cakiness.
This is my ultimate go to daily concealer and is perfect for those who want to banish signs of ageing under the eyes.
Simply blot the cushion applicator under the eyes and around the nose to cover up redness, conceal dark circles and brighten the skin.
Enriched with Goji Berry, the formula cares for the eye area and has the perfect amount of coverage.

 

 

KORRES Black Pine Concealer, £24

 

 

 

THIS miracle tube does exactly what it says on the tin – and stays put the entire day.
A long-lasting, creamy formula with moisturising properties helps provide a medium-to-high buildable coverage that delivers lifting, anti-wrinkle and brightening benefits.
Thanks to its advanced light diffusing technology, skin instantly appears smoother and brighter.
Enriched with Black Pine extract, Hyaluronic acid, Raspberry, it contains potent, antioxidant-rich ingredients which fight wrinkles at the same time.
This is both an anti-ageing eye cream and concealer in one, perfect for those who want plumper, hydrated eyes with some coverage.

 

 

Dry Eye Illuminating Concealer, £11.95

 

 

 

IF you suffer from dry itchy eyes, then this is the concealer for you.
A few clicks of this help to brighten dehydrated skin around the eyes while calming and treating it at the same time.
Containing ingredients such as irritation fighting Cardiospermum and Biolin, it’s been developed as an extremely gentle formulation suitable for concealing inflamed, itchy dry skin around the eye.
Available from www.skinshop.co.uk

 

 

Revolution Conceal and Define, £4

 

 

THIS astonishingly cheap concealer sells every five seconds – and we completely understand why.
Lightweight yet full coverage, this can be used to cover blemishes, even skin tone and counteract dark circles, with a matte finish that won’t setting or accentuate fine lines and pores.
The large doe applicator makes this easy to apply and the highly-pigmented formula comes out bright but blends seamlessly into the skin.
I love how dewy skin looks after one sweep and this covers beautifully without accentuating wrinkles.

 

 

 

Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer, £19.50

 

 

 

NAKED Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer gives buildable, even coverage with a luminous, demi-matte finish.
Ultra lightweight, this high-tech formula melts like a second skin to give you full coverage in an instant.
Simply weep under the eyes for to help improve the skin’s youthful appearance and elasticity.
Japanese green tea revitalises and helps reduce the appearance by reducing the appearance of fine lines and giving a brighter, more radiant complexion.

 

 

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