"I'm going to show her tips and tricks on how to make them disappear," Amelia explains, using her model Alexa as an example.
"The first step is to apply an eye cream. One that has caffeine helps with puffiness and a little bit of the dark circles.
"Now we're going to go in with concealer. The first shade of concealer that I'm using is one that has a yellow undertone. I'm going to pop it under the eyes, but I'm going to leave enough room for the one that has a peach tone, to go in between."
The peach-toned concealer helps to counteract any blue tones under the eyes.
The third step is to curl the lashes using an eyelash curler and use mascara.
The final step is using a pencil highlighter for the inner corner of the eyes.
"This is important because it helps pop the inner corner of the eye and makes the face look a little bit more glowy," Amelia explains.
Concealer - Tarte Shape Tape Concealer
Spray - Murad Prebiotic 3-in-1 MultiMist
Mascara - Rojank Twist Mascara
MAC Eyelash Curler