Having young-looking skin is a dream come true for most people. Not only does it confuse others about what your true age is, but it also gives a timeless beauty that cannot be achieved by any makeup effect, no matter how much of an expert you may be. But the one thing most people are unable to hide is the premature aging signs around the eyes. It is the part of the face that ages quickly because the skin around your eyes is very thin, and laugh lines, fine lines, and wrinkles are extremely common. Dark circles, lack of hydration, and dull-looking eyes only further cause you distress. Does it mean there is no way you can reverse the damage or stop it from happening too soon?
How many times have you woken up and found yourself running for your trusted concealer to hide under-eye bags?
You may have a hydrating lotion and moisturizing lip gloss in your cosmetics collection, but you aren’t giving your skin the TLC it deserves if you don’t have a quality exfoliator.
You probably know that eye cream can work wonders on everything that can go wrong in that area, whether it’s crow’s feet, fine lines, wrinkles, dark circles or puffiness.
Wrinkles, puffy eyes and other signs of aging can have a lousy effect on your social life, but did you know they can indicate cardiovascular health issues?
By now, you probably know that curling your lashes is an essential step in completing your eye makeup routine.
If you’re like most people, your morning routine probably includes making either a cup of coffee or a cup of tea.
Plumping up the deepest layers of your skin to eliminate fine lines and crow’s feet isn’t the only trick to achieving younger-looking peepers.
If you’re not using a rich eye cream as part of your beauty regimen, you’re doing your peepers (specifically the skin around them) a disservice.
New Year’s Eve is almost here, which means that you’re probably gearing up for one heck of a celebration.
You know moisturizer can hydrate your skin and prevent your face from becoming dry and flaky, but did you know that many women in the fashion and beauty industries use their moisturizers as makeup as well?