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HELP! All of the sudden, my eyes are dark underneath and these ‘laugh lines’ are just like, THERE! WTH? How do I make this look better- fast?! I need to look sharp tonight. YES I’ll run to the mall. UGH! What can I use to correct this immediately or puff up the lines? SOS!

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      Ms-kay wrote Feb 20, 2009
    • Use smoothers concealer from Cover Girl.




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      Jenz ~ wrote Feb 20, 2009
    • CAN YOU TELL I‘M FREAKING OUT? lol

      I forgot about the ol’ spoon trick in my ridiculous panic here. I don’t know if it’s the lighting in my room, or if I just look hellish today for some reason or what! I slept great, could probably use more water...  OMG. THIS kind of sucks!
      I have to hit the PLUMPER STORE! THIS isn’t going to work for me... I’m NOT going where I’m going tonight looking like this...
      I’ll chill. If this could happen any OTHER day, I’d not be trippin like this... GAWD. Juvederm? Nah... Rinna hated it & that’s enough for me. Um..BOTOX? I know we’ve discussed this in here before but I’m not ermembering details now. Who likes it? Who doesn’t? What if they screw it up?
      Please pardon me. It’s a rare occasion that I freak out like this...    :(




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      Yana Berlin wrote Feb 20, 2009
    • Cucumber on the eyes, sleep an hour, apply heavy moisturizer before make up, and you will look fabulous, don’t stress the stress kills.




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      Jenz ~ wrote Feb 20, 2009
    • Thanks you guys. Love ya to pieces!! i’ll have to learn that aging gracefully thing. I never worried about it until now!
      So, you’ve shared in my very first “aging freak out day” with me. lol lol Thanks! Glad I’m not alone!

      Which filler’s the best?




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      Jenz ~ wrote Feb 20, 2009
    • I’m all OVER the Lancome counter in an hour! lol!




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      Jenz ~ wrote Feb 20, 2009
    • xoxo!

      I think this is what sisters are for. Thank you. happy




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      Denise Alleyne-Hill wrote Feb 20, 2009
    • girl...you are so beautiful anyway...you’ll be ok...just breathe




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      Jenz ~ wrote Feb 20, 2009
    • I feel like such a dork.. (for lack of a better term.)

      Thank you.




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      Denise Alleyne-Hill wrote Feb 20, 2009
    • Don’t feel that way..panic is a natural reaction...




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      Jenz ~ wrote Feb 20, 2009
    • You‘re awesome, ladies! estatic




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      Skincaregirl wrote Feb 21, 2009
    • I’m sure most know we don’t have pores underneath our eyes so that is where we see the first signs of aging.  Hate to say it but most dark circles are either hereditary or if you have allergy/sinus problems like me you can get the dark circles.  And of course lack of sleep but you said that’s not your problem.

      Puff eyes usually is due to lack of water.  

      I use a filler to fill in the lines in between my brows.
      I also use a eye cream that is formulated for your eye area.

      Concealer will help cover up the dark areas but be careful what shade you use.  If it’s not the right shade it can make the dark circles appear worse.  

      Yellow undertone concealers work best to counteract most skin imperfections, undereye circles, brown of age spots and any ruddiness or red in the complexion.




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      Carol Norman wrote Feb 24, 2009
    • Hi - Relax I agree with everyone that posted especially with the cucumbers which I have used many times especially after a fun night.

      To keep those lines and wrinkles at bay get into a skincare routine and use regeneration products that will help reduce the appearance of dark circles and crow’s feet.  It really works!

      Have a great SPA Day!

      Carol
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      Cznorman, Your links have been removed, please consider upgrading to premium membership.




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