What Is Under Eye Area?
The deep crease between your upper cheek and lower eyelid is known as a tear trough. With time and/or stress, tear troughs may become more noticeable when we lose some of the fat around our eyes and develop hollow under-eye bags. This lack of volume can result in under-eye bags and dark circles, giving you a fatigued look and appearance.
Who Needs Under Eye Fillers?
Good candidates for the under eye filler procedure frequently complain of having “sunken, hollow eyes” or dark circles beneath their eyes. They may also point out growing fat pockets in the lower eyelids.
It takes skill to choose the right candidates for tear through treatment. Excellent candidates have skin that is sufficiently thick and elastic. Another crucial factor is the relationship between the orbital rim and the tear trough. Because of these factors, not everyone is a good candidate for tear trough treatment. However, doctors occasionally treat patients who are not the best prospects by coming up with creative solutions. Additionally, phased treatments may be used in these cases. Always ask your doctor for under eye filler before and after pictures.
Eye Filler Alternative
Face cream with Vitamin C is a great alternative. Niacinamide and vitamin C can safely be applied under eyes and they can help fight fine lines, wrinkles, and dark circles under your eyes. They help nourish you under eye area. This is the most sensitive skin because it is thin. That’s why most people get crow’s feet and under eye wrinkles first. Environmental factors also contribute to eye wrinkle forming. People who spend lots of time in the sun not wearing SPF are at greatest risk of getting these eye wrinkles and fine lines.
Fat Grafting is another alternative. To achieve a more seamless transition between the tissues of the lower eyelid and the midface, facial fat grafting can be used as an alternative to facial filler injections in the lower eyelid. Your eyes’ hollowness and sunken, worn-out appearance will improve as a result.
Good Eye Makeup Can Help
There’s many interesting eye makeup looks and eyeliner looks you can try to hide your under eye bags or dark circles.
Never use foundation or concealer as a basis or primer on your eyelids; doing so will make your eye makeup crease. For light coverage, apply foundation with your fingertips; for medium-to-full coverage, use a brush.
First, apply an eye primer. You must consistently apply an eye primer to help prevent creasing of the eye makeup. Pick neutral colors for your eyes. Select your blending equipment. Using the eye shadow brush is typically recommended because it creates better end result than your fingers. Additionally, using the blending brush is the next step. After that, make sure you contour your eyes. Finally, it’s time to add some color to the lower lash line.