9 Tips for Younger-Looking Eyes
Try these easy little tricks to hide dark circles, puffy eyes, and wrinkles
Why Eyes Need More Anti-Aging Aid
Banish Dark Circles
Step 1. Pick a yellow-based formula that's at least two shades lighter than your skin tone.
Step 2. Using a small-headed concealer brush, apply a dab along the lower lashes to the innermost corner of eyes and the hollows of the nose. You can also use your ring finger, which has a naturally light touch and added warmth to tap and gently blend.
Step 3. A dusting of a sheer, loose, yellow-toned powder locks the concealer in place for the day.
Get "Wow" Lashes
Fill in Your Eyebrows
Step 1. Start by gently pulling your skin taut with one hand to create a smooth surface.
Step 2. With a stiff, angled brow brush like Ardell Duo Brow Brush , dust on brow powder like Anastasia Brow Powder Duo in the same direction your hairs grow, using light, feathery strokes. Concentrate on sparse areas, says Kristie Streicher, eyebrow expert at Warren-Tricomi Salon in Los Angeles.
Step 3. When you're finished, brush the hairs up and out with a spoolie (it's like a clean mascara wand); this blends and softens the powder so it looks more natural and removes any excess powder.