clock these bright eye secrets

Bella Blissett
October 2012
Daily Mail;10/27/2012, p22
The clocks are going back, your sleep pattern is in for disturbance, and your eyes are getting more shadowy than ever. A perfect night's rest is the stuff beauty dreams are made of yet, according to cosmetic practitioner Dr Elisabeth Dancey, it may not be lack of sleep but a loss of volume around the eyes that can create the appearance of eye shadows. Traditionally, fillers were used just beneath the eye to rectify the problem. 'Now we use a tiny cannula to inject a hyaluronic-acid filler, such as Stylage, into the cheek area,' says Dr Dancey. 'By subtly re-volumising the face, light bounces evenly off the skin's surface to make shadows disappear and eyes appear bigger.' A daily swipe of Giorgio Armani's new Maestro Eraser Dark Circle Concealer (�32.50 Brown Thomas, tel: 01 605 6666) is the noninvasive option. Also, rolling Lanc�me G�nifique Yeux Light Pearl Eye-Illuminating Youth Activating Concentrate (�49, available nationwide) around eyes melts away tension and keeps creases at bay to give you peepers like Gwynnie. Fillers with Dr Dancey, from �415, bijoux-medispa.com.


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