Jan 10, 2013
Mandi what do you use that's SPF 60 I haven't found one that high that didn't make my skin feel sticky
Sweet...that's going to the top of my to buy list :D
Those might just be the creases of your orbital bone/skin, not actual wrinkles? You know when concealer sometimes ends up in your under-eye creases.. its not collecting in wrinkles, persay.
My new bb cream is spf 50!! And the brightening powder is 45. Super impressed!
I'm not even 13 and I'm wrinkly so I turned to makeup when I was 11.at age 11 I had very bad wrinkled and never wore makeup :(
Jan 11, 2013
Same ^^ I have a lot of wrinkles under my eyes I use bb cream tinted moister-riser with SPF 15
Drink lots of water and moisturize daily
Same here I'm bearly 17 and I'm getting 3 lines under my eyes even when I don't smile idk wat to do to get rid of them I don't use any anti aging lotion bucks I'm scare I will get more
The wrinkles I'm getting aren't from laughing/smiling though. They're in the middle part of my eye, not the outer corner. I drink tons of water and nothing else. I try to moisturize a lot but I need a better eye cream. It's not my bone, they're not that far down. Like midway between my lash line and bone is where they are
Same with me, I think my skin is stressed out from all the acne washes and scrubs and stuff.
Probably cuz yu wear lotz of makeup. Specialy foundation
I don't wear foundation, though. I rarely use concealer, too. I can never find a color that matches my skin and I don't think I need it so I just don't wear face makeup
Jan 12, 2013
are you a smoker? That will usually do it too. It could just be genetics!
mary kay firming eye cream is awesome! it shows instant results of reducting fine lines! and its ophthalmologist approved♡
I use it when I and tired or just have lines from sleeping. (:
Nooo way am I a smoker! I have really bad asthma..
I'll look into the Mary Kay one, thank you for the suggestion!!
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