4 Ways To Make Your Eyes Stand Out

eyes-older-woman-SmallWhether you consider your eyes your best feature, or you’d like to make them your best feature, there are a few simple ways to make your eyes stand out. Keep reading to learn more:

Get Plenty Of Rest

Skimping on sleep is one of the quickest ways to detract from your appearance. Getting enough sleep every night will help you prevent dark circles under your eyes and give you a more energetic appearance throughout the day. Use your beauty rest to make your eyes look even better by applying night cream to moisturize your face and minimize wrinkles.

Get Longer, Fuller Lashes

Long, thick, dark eyelashes can make your eyes stand out. If, however, your eyelashes didn’t come that way—you have options. Consider Latisse if you’d like to grow thicker, darker lashes naturally, or apply eyelash extensions for an inexpensive and simple solution.

Downplay The Rest Of Your Makeup

To make your eyes stand out, keep the rest of your makeup subtle and natural. Use light foundation, a little blush, and nude or light pink lip-gloss. Focus the rest of your makeup efforts on your eyes. Use concealer to hide dark circles, neutral eye shadow to provide a base, a darker shadow to add emphasis, and liner and mascara to finish off your look. In some cases, it may help to apply concealer or white eye shadow near the corners of your eyes. This can make you look younger and more awake while drawing attention to your eyes.

Open Your Eyes With Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery, can open your eyes and make you appear more youthful. As people age, eyelids begin to droop. This can make you look stressed, tired, and old, or worse—it can interfere with your ability to see.

Blepharoplasty can be used on the upper eyelid, lower eyelid, or both eyelids to restore a youthful appearance, make your eyes look more open, make you look more energetic, and help you see better. The incision lines will be hidden by the natural structure of they eye. In most cases patients can return to normal activities after about a week. To learn more about this procedure, contact Dr. Serure.

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