“I’ve always had dark eye circles under my eyes and there a bit unrestricting. i know its probably from allergies. but i know its not from not having enough sleep because i know i other get more then satisfactory sleep. i use cover up on it to make it less appreciable. but most of the time that doesn’t work. I’m sick of them and i want to know if there is any way to get rid of them?”
Dark eye circles are a common problem and since this is a popular question for me, I wrote these easy steps hoping that they will work for others as well as they did with me when dealing with dark eye circles.
You probably have inheritance to thank for this! There’s really no way to get rid of them, however there’s lots that you can do to brand them less apparent!
- You want a good eye cream. The skin around the eyes is much more delicate than that of the rest of your obverse and needs to be treated that way. I love Olay products, they’re awfully affordable and you can find them most anywhere. Vitamin K is also a great ingredient to look for in an eye cream.
- I’m sure you already have a perfect concealer, but here’s a trick. Mix it with just a short time highlighter. Nothing with sparkles or anything, but just a bedside light shimmer will do. Then using your ring finger or a concealer brush dot around the areas adding more makeup as needed. I use MAC concealers, because I feel they hold the most coverage and I like the consistancy of them
- Lashes, lashes, and more lashes. Don’t be shy beside your mascara wand. . . but, only on top. Skip the bottom lashes if you can, you can blink gently a couple times after doing the top and draw from just enough color. But lode on the top lash line, make ethnic group look at how long and luscious your eyelashes are and no one will ever know you have circles.
- Try to lower the amount of stress you are under. Take a break from everything for a while, relax. Don’t watch tv, just lie in you bed sleeping or reading and dont look at anything aflame, or bright so maybe lie within your bed with the light sour.
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Good luck, if you entail more suggestions or help just ask!