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    Marti
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    Registered On: February 5, 2019
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    Or not!

    A simple ask, I hope.

    How to minimise baggy eyes? I’ve invested in the basics of a make up set so I’ve think I’ve got the makings , but I’d appreciate simple advice – I’m not looking for perfect, more like something where I might notice a difference.

    Optimistically yours!

    Marti x

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      Samantha Roarke
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      Well, I use Clinique Moisture Surge Eye 96-Hour Hydro-Filler. Works pretty well for me.

      -SR-

      PS: Link below

      https://www.clinique.com/product/1683/64270/skincare/eye-care/moisture-surge-eyetm-96-hour-hydro-filler-concentrate

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      Hi Marti

      I won’t repeat the advice you got concerning the puffy baggy eye.

      But I would suggest a concealer lighter than your skin tone.

      Place small amount along the dark area below  the bottom of the baggy eye apply with ring finger or small brush. You are reducing the dark shadow.

      I would suggest avoiding a full coverage concealer. It can be too thick and can look cakey and highlight fine lines.

      Use a light hand if you like to use a dark eyeliner on lower lash line and waterline. It can create a heavy look and emphasize the bags.

      Also suggest an eye cream. You don’t have to go expensive. Something hydrating.

       

      Jessica

       

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        Marti
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        Thanks Jessica,

        – that all makes sense

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      Wendy Swift
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      These are all good ideas !  I’ll have to check out each.  Thanks to my job, I also have bags under my eyes, giving me a constant tired look.

      When transforming I use concealer and foundation, which works, until i have to revert back to drab mode and wipe off the makeup.

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      Roberta Broussard
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      Hi Marti

      Sometimes I get ” tired” or puffy eyes, I use a gel mask. Keep it in the fridge and just put it on for half an hour, it does refresh and reduce puffiness….there are loads of different types on Amazon…..

      just type ” gel eye mask”…..

      Its a thought honey, grace x

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        Marti
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        thanks gracie,

        – that idea had totally passed me by. Good one.

         

        • This reply was modified 1 month ago by Marti. Reason: typos
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      Donna
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      Hi donna,

      Thanks for your reply. It’s early days for me and make up. I’m not so much looking for products, more  an ‘how to do it’ cheat with generic products. The simpler , the better. I really am at level 1o1, [blush]

       

      You welcome anytime hun. Know there many youtube channels that covers this area from a basic to more advance

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      Jessie G
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      Dollar store concealer seems to work for me then follow up with a light contour color brushed under the eye. Orange concealer is the bomb though to cover beard and dark circles which i do before the light colored concealer under the eyes. I got the orange concealer from Ulta I think it was 6 dollars but well worth every penny.

      Love, Jessie

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      Donna
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      HI Marti ought to try this was watching a youtube video

       

      M.A.C Cosmetics Pro Longwear Concealer https://www.adorebeauty.com.au/mac-co… Clinique Even Better All-Over Concealer + Eraser https://www.adorebeauty.com.au/cliniq…

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        Marti
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        Hi donna,

        Thanks for your reply. It’s early days for me and make up. I’m not so much looking for products, more  an ‘how to do it’ cheat with generic products. The simpler , the better. I really am at level 1o1, [blush]

         

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