As TikTok continues to be a hub for groundbreaking beauty trends, the overflow of content can make discovering valuable insights a daunting task. Thus, we’re here to spotlight a game-changing under-eye blushknown as ombré concealerbeauty hack that has the potential to revolutionize your daily makeup routine. TikTok @paintedbyspencer brought this revelation to light, emphasizing the significance of blending blush underneath the eye. This innovative approach harnesses the power of pink, coral, and various blush shades, effectively counteracting bluish tones, making it not only a stylish choice but also a strategic method to conceal those persistent under-eye bags.
Normally, one would put blush on the apples of the cheeks and call it a day. However, the under-eye blush hack is changing the game. Apply your foundation of choice for an even complexion. When it’s time to spot and treat any blemishes, grab your blush, too. Many beauty enthusiasts are diehard fans of Rare Beauty’s Soft Pinch Blush, SaieDew Blush Liquid Cheek Blush, Fenty Beauty by RihannaCheeks Out Freestyle Cream Blush, and Charlotte TilburyMatte Beauty Blush Wand because the creamy formulas make them easy to blend, but any liquid blush will provide the same results. Dab a bit of the blush in the outermost corner, but don’t blend it right away! Add a dab of concealer: first with the lightest shade of concealer near the inner corner, followed by a darker shade in the middle, and blend with a BeautyBlender. This trend multitasks by brightening the under eyes and lifting cheekbones, all in one blend. The mix of colors does wonders in concealing discoloration and dark under bags.
For the ultimate rosy cheeks, you can set the under-eye area with a powder blush that is similar in shade to the liquid formula applied. But if you want a more muted, natural look, setting with a translucent pressed powder works all the same. This blush placement does wonders in color correcting, while also resulting in a vibrant, more feminine makeup look that’s perfect for daily wear. Plus, the higher placement of blush gives a sculpted effect that makes it look like we use our NuFace daily.