Dark circles under your eyes?

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Banish those under eye blues with the two-steps-to-pretty approach. First, dab on a light-reflecting primer to brighten things up. It dazzles and distracts so you won’t need as much concealer!

Next, grab a peach- or yellow-toned concealer. Peach wipes out blue hues and yellow cancels purple. Also, don’t forget that dark circles are called circles for a reason, says Sephora Beauty Pro Vanessa Dunn. She recommends dotting concealer all the way around your eye, making sure to get your lids, edges, and that little spot between the corner of your eye and the side of your nose.

Bingo! Eyes that say, “Eight hours every night“…even if it isn’t.

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First, try Eye Specialist!  It’s a luxurious antiaging treatment cream for the eye area.

Cosmedicine Eye Specialist Essential Moisture Treatment provides deep hydration to revitalize the fragile eye area. It lightens and brightens dark under-eye circles, promotes collagen synthesis to firm and tighten skin around the eyes, and softens the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

The cream is fortified with powerful antiaging vitamins and antioxidants and is ideal for all skin types.

$45.00 – BUY IT HERE!

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Finish with Cargo’s EyeLighter!

EyeLighter simplifies the age-old makeup artist trick of widening and brightening eyes through white shadow application along the corners and rims of eyes. Pointed tip applies the matte white shadow to the outer corners of the eyes, under the brows, and to the lower lash line for instant lift. The rounded tip applies soft, shimmering white shadow to the inner corners to open and brighten eyes.

$17.00 – BUY IT HERE!


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July 22nd, 2008 at 8:57 am

Great tip! My little sister suffers from some seriously dark circles. i’ll send this post her way!