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Good news: dark circles and bags can be stopped! Healthy lifestyle habits, a good eye cream or a touch of well-placed concealer or illuminator: learn how to prevent and reduce signs of fatigue and how to properly care for the contour of your eyes.
The skin around your eyes is the thinnest on your face... and the most active, with 10,000 blinks and contractions per day, so fatigue and aging affect that area first. To fight back, the skin around your eyes needs specific care. Here's a quick guide to help.
It camouflages signs of fatigue in a single bound, brightens up your eyes and gives your complexion the pep it longs for…it’s your concealer and girl, it’s got super powers! Make the most of them and avoid making these mistakes.
If you wear glasses, makeup can be challenging. You’ll want to enhance your look but not overdo it! Follow these three tips to make things easier:
The contour of the eye is extremely fragile. Why? Because the epidermis in this area is three to five times thinner than the rest of the face and because it’s extremely stressed: on average, we blink our eyes 10,000 times a day!
Tired features, dark circles, dull complexion... fatigue never looks good.
Too pale, too dark, too thick, too translucent… finding the right concealer and applying it well can be tricky. Thankfully, there are strategies to help!
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