Dark circles appear as shadows under your eyes that can cause you to look tired or stressed. Dark circles affect a wide range of ages, though they can become more noticeable when skin begins to age and loses volume and elasticity.
Dark circles can range in color depending on your skin type, sun exposure and other factors. Blue dark circles are more common in lighter skin tones and are often related to excess fluid under the eyes, which leads to eye puffiness. Brown dark circles are more common in olive and deeper skin tones and can darken with sun exposure. It’s also possible to have a combination of both blue and brown dark circles.
It’s never too early to give the delicate skin around the eyes a little extra TLC in the form of an anti-aging eye cream. Look for one that promotes brightening benefits in addition to smoothing the look of lines and wrinkles. To effectively hide dark circles, choose a highly pigmented illuminating concealer with all-day coverage. IT Cosmetics concealers won’t crease or crack and come in shades to suit every skin tone!