5 Celebrities on How They Hide Under-Eye Dark Circles

Under-eye dark circles are incredibly common, especially as we get older. It’s therefore no surprise that it’s something celebrities have to deal with too! These 5 stars have all spoken on how they try to combat or conceal their dark circles. From special supplements to treatments and makeup tricks, these stars have thought of everything when it comes to making their under-eye dark area disappear – here are their top tips! 

  1. Arizona Muse

Arizona found a dietary supplement which she says has worked to ease her dark circles: “When I was in Hong Kong, a makeup artist gave me these shots of bilberry because it’s very high in antioxidants, so it’s great for around your eyes. I saw a big difference within 10 minutes—my eyes were whiter, brighter, and it took away the dark circles. So now I take bilberry supplements. They instantly brighten, clear, and de-puff.”

  1. Harley Viera-Newton

Harley uses an eye roller and concealer: “I also have dark circles so I’m always trying to find the best thing to fight them. I love the Garnier Eye Roller—it has caffeine and minerals in it plus coverage—it’s just a drugstore thing. I put it under my eyes before Laura Mercier Secret Concealer.”


  1. Rita Ora

Rita uses a few different treatments: “I’ve got really dark circles, so I always focus on those. I do the whole cucumber thing—but it really doesn’t work for me—and I do eye serums. I love the brand Fresh, I really do. The rose collection is great, and I love their Black Tea mask.” 

  1. Selena Gomez

Selena has found a remedy she loves: “What’s really great is First Aid Beauty’s Eye Duty Triple Remedy—if you get dark circles, it’s the shit. I’ll put it on, it feels all good and cold, go have a coffee, and that’s the bomb.” 

  1. Teresa Palmer

Teresa swears by a concealer stick: “I use a Concealer Stick from Artistry, which is a beauty brand that I’m the global face of, on any blemishes and under my eyes, because I get quite dark circles; it’s hereditary. I’ve tried to fix it with my diet— adding things to my diet, taking things out of my diet, different makeup and face creams, whatever—but it is, unfortunately, something I have to live with.”