Lately, I have fallen in love with La Mer’s The Eye Concentrate, an eye cream that contains a combo of precious sea ingredients and magnetic energies of minerals to reduce the appearance of dark circles, wrinkles, puffiness and keep the eye area in a calm, more balanced state.
The Eye Tech Liquid Eye Liner comes in a small gold tube about 3.5 inches tall, which makes it perfect for traveling. It goes on very smoothly with zero skipping and tugging and with its sharp felt-tip applicator, anyone (beginners included) can easily line their eyes in one single stroke. The liner is also super pigmented and dries off within seconds. There is absolutely no need for relining unless you are going for a thicker, Amy Winehouse cat eye look.
Milani HD Advanced Concealer from the Spring 2010 collection claims to rival the famous Yves Saint Laurent Radiant Touche Eclat by promising to “soften the look of facial lines and wrinkles and reduce visible age spots by more than 50% after 28 days”. Now we all know the Touche Eclat has long been a favorite among people in and out of the beauty industry. I have also used the Touche Eclat myself so let’s see how the HD Advanced Concealer compares to it!
We all know how stress can wreak havoc on the skin but now you can fight it with Kenzoki’s latest Angel Eyes from the Belle De Jour range.
Containing White Lotus, Angel Eyes claims to significantly boost the appearance of younger, healthier looking skin by reducing the effects of cortisol, aka stress hormone. In clinical trials, levels of cortisol in saliva were shown to decrease by a whooping 13% after a single application. Angel Eyes also claims to improve the production of beta endorphins and promote an overall feeling of well-being.