Prep your skin
Before applying anything else the skin must be moisturised. For this, you can use a moisturizer or an under-eye cream followed with an eye primer. This will help to create a smooth base.
Try a colour corrector
Before using a colour corrector, make sure you colour-correct the eye area. An orange-colour corrector helps to cancel out the dark skin tone and works really well on Indian skin tones.
Use the right concealer
It is very important to use the right shade of concealer as using a light concealer can make the dark circles beneath more evident. Try to use a warm-tone (and not light) concealer which matches your skin tone.
Set it with loose powder
Lightly dust the area with a translucent powder. This will help keep shine at bay and also the concealer in place.
Finish it off with foundation
Once you have concealed the eye area, it is important to ensure that the rest of the skin tone matches with the eye area. Use a light layer of foundation and lightly blend it under the eyes for a flawless finish!
With inputs from make-up artist, Samaira Sandhu