i have these dark circles under my eyes, their not to dark just dark enough to be noticeable up close does anyone know how to get rid of them without concelor or cover-up i can never find any to match my skin color. Im going out with a guy this weekend and i want to know if theres anyway to make them go away before then.Thanks!
JUST_ASK_ME_<3 answered Thursday August 11 2005, 3:20 am: I have that its somewhat because of sleep and somewhat because i have sunscars .. i mean its not bad at all but its there .. i usally take a shower right before in the mornins for school [ i used to the night before ! lols i shower ! ] , get two cans of soda thats cold and put them over your eyes that works for me .. [ JUST_ASK_ME_<3's advice column | Ask JUST_ASK_ME_<3 A Question ]
DeeSireDiOr answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 10:14 pm: Hey
Dark circles are famously annoying and unfortunately, there's no way to get rid of them. However, you can cover them up with the proper concealer. I suspect you are not using the correct color. I strongly suggest you test out the makeup counters at your local department store and see what works for you. Tell the makeup artists you are looking to correct the undereye circles and are testing several different types before purchase. A great place to try out concealers is Sephora.
Supermanlover45 answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 10:14 pm: Get two spoons and put them up against the dark circles under your eyes and hold them there for about 5 minutes. If that doesn't work usually getting more sleep like going to bed at 9PM and waking up around 7, 8, 9, or even 10AM the next morning would usually do that too. Or a quick and easy way of doing that is by using make up. Hope I helped.
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