Loz4Dan4Eva answered Wednesday August 10 2005, 9:33 am: First of all try and get a little more sleep because that is probably the cause. If you wake up and they are still like that then try using an Instant Radiance Concealer stick. I use that one from a range called No7 and it really does cover it up, but the downfall is that it's really expensive. It's worth the money though, just don't put too much on, or it'll waste it up quickly.
LiLReBeL6907 answered Wednesday August 10 2005, 2:25 am: Well unfortunately you can't get rid of them and there are TONS of bogus creams on the market that "claim" to make dark circles disappear. I have dark circles too and all I do is use undereye concealor to cover it up. I would not try using liquid makeup undereye concealor. It doesn't stay on long and doesn't cover well. Try using a concealor stick and make sure to pick a shade that is just half a shade lighter than the rest of your face, because if it is too light it will make you look even worse. Try Physicians Formula Concealor Cube at CVS and other drugstores. It last long and covers really well. I use this when I get zits too, so trust me, it covers great. I hope my advice helped. ~Sherah [ LiLReBeL6907's advice column | Ask LiLReBeL6907 A Question ]
Mackenzie answered Wednesday August 10 2005, 12:51 am: Well, getting an appropriate amount of sleep is an important thing, and be shore to drink plenty of water. Also, try applying cool cucumber slices or cool tea bags to the under-eye area, which helps to reduce swelling. I've also heard that placing a frozen spoon under your eye will minimize the dark circles. Personally, I've never done this, but I have seen it on movies and talk shows, so you might as well give it a shot. To avoid drawing attention to your under-eye area, perhaps you should avoid the use of eyeliner oR mascara to your lower lashes, or altogether, better yet. =] [ Mackenzie's advice column | Ask Mackenzie A Question ]
punkrockprincess answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 10:58 pm: Other than getting enough sleep, you can try putting concealer on. But if you do choose concealer, then you're gonna have to put on foundation and then powder and also some eyeshadow and blush on to make it look more natural. Or you can try using eye cream!
Karen answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 7:13 pm: There are under-eye concealers that you can buy, which are basically regular concealers, and that will help hide your dark under-eye circles. If you don't sleep for about eight hours, this usually causes under-eye circles. [ Karen's advice column | Ask Karen A Question ]
Advicewiz<3 answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 6:19 pm: From y knowledge the best way to get rid of those annoying under eye dark circles is to invest your weekly allowance in a clearisil eye brightner stick that is roughly $4.00 at any drug store. hope this helps
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funkymunky817 answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 6:17 pm: you could use concealer. but not the kind that heals acne because that is bad for the sensitive skin under eyes. but that is the best way that i can think of.
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