Whether you're heading to bed early—but forgetting to remove your makeup—or piling the makeup on to cover dark circles caused by all-nighters, your eyes are begging for a better beauty routine! While it's easy to think that all your eyes need is a sweep of eyeshadow, there's so much more going...

I have dark under eye circles that seem to be getting progressively worse. Why would that be? I'm pretty good at sleeping almost 8 hours every night. I have two friends–a guy and a gal–who have expressed this concern to me, and both seek a long-term solution instead of applying the usual...

Share Dark circles are the bane of my existence, and I'm sure a lot of you can sympathize with me! Luckily, I've tested my way through many products that claim to conceal dark under eye circles and found several winners that really do the trick. Here are my favorites; give one a try to...

We love handbags, but no one wants to walk around with bags (aka dark circles) underneath their eyes. Eye concealer can be used to hide these circles, but unless you are applying it the right way, concealer can actually accentuate your under eye bags. We chatted with one of our fav makeup...

Conceal your dark circles wearing the Trick and Treatment Under Eye Dark Circle Concealer from Soap & Glory. This goes on smoothly on to your skin without leaving any uneven streaks. This is going to brighten up any dark areas around your eyes and lids. You have got to try out this amazing...

Keep the cotton ball under your eyes for 10-15 minutes and rinse off. 3. Rose water. It's so good for your skin because of its ability to soothe and rejuvenate. Soak cotton pads in pure rose water for a few minutes and leave them on your eyelids for about 15 minutes. There are a lot of...

Your next step is with the creamy concealer. It does the rest - covers, sets and prepares you for the day ahead. Chances are the day will be hard enough as it is, so you might as well go in looking good. The duo will give you eight hours wear time before reapplication is needed... for...

any concealer. Your skin might just be irritated, and there's no real sense in applying makeup when you don't need to. Hold the cold compress on the red spot for a few minutes, take it off, give it a few minutes to rest, and if it's still red, then apply concealer normally. 3. Under eye...

That's why an undereye concealer is so important — it hides those purple half-moons to give you a bright-eyed-and-bushy-tailed appearance. Problem is, not every concealer can deliver on those miracle-coverage claims. So, we asked four brave R29ers to put their dark circles on display in...

Well, I don't need to write it after all! Dr Cynthia Bailey, my favorite dermatologist, has written an amazingly comprehensive and easy to understand post on what causes under eye circles, bags and puffiness. This is the post I've wanted to write for years, but better written and more...

 

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