Camouflage pimples, dark circles, and look "a little less like a vampire" with our favorite drugstore concealers.
I'm not a big concealer person, but on the rare occasion that I need to cover a breakout, the salicylic acid in ColorStay is a pimple's best friend. Treatment plus coverage equals skin-win.- Leah Chernikoff, Editorial Director
I'm a sucker for anything Nyx- their high-quality / affordable price combo is a force to be reckoned with. This wand rivals Nars' cult-favorite, but obviously at a fraction of the price. It goes on smooth without caking under your eyes, which is a major indicator of a great concealer.- Justine Carreon, Associate Market Editor
The sponge-y tip on this illuminating concealer wand feels like an under-eye massage plus the rose gold wand just makes me happy. Oh and it fits in a clutch or a coat pocket like a tube of lip balm. We belong together. - Julie Schott, Senior Beauty Editor
I've been cursed/blessed with some dark half-moons underneath my eyes so I'm always on the hunt for something to make me look a little less like a vampire. And you can sell me most things by telling me that it'll save time or serve two purposes (time-saver during the day means more time to waste staying up too late at night, obviously), so I like this Neutrogena dual-action number for it's simplicity and multi-faceted agenda.- Chloe Schama, Executive Editor
My biggest problem with concealer has always been the consistency, especially when applying under the eye where things can quickly look too dry or crepe'y. This formula is silky smooth and the rollerball makes it very easy to apply. It's meant for concealing dark circles, but I've definitely used it elsewhere in a pinch.- Leah Melby-Clinton, Senior Editor of Branded Content
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