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What can i do for bug eyes?
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CS23
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Sat Oct 20, 2012 7:04 pm      Reply with quote
I have pretty big eyes, and they look as if they're bulging. Is there anyway I can make it look less bulging without makeup? When I was younger I didn't have this problem, it's only when I got older and lost weight in my face. With that said, the area from my lower eyelid to just below the cheekbone is very thin.

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Sat Oct 20, 2012 10:59 pm      Reply with quote
Have you checked your thyroid? Bulging eyes can be a sign of Thyroid problems I believe. My mum has Hypothyroidism and her eyes are slightly bulgy.
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Mon Oct 22, 2012 2:30 am      Reply with quote
Dark circles are coz of weakness, lack of sleep or stress... if you have any of these get it fixed. Mean time you can apply a mixture of almond paste n milk cream under your eyes. You can try those dark circle removing cream that you get in market.
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Mon Oct 22, 2012 4:16 am      Reply with quote
2nd what Moon said, definitely.

The exterior is a reflection of the interior.
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Tue Oct 23, 2012 3:51 am      Reply with quote
Dark Eyeliner makes your eyes appear smaller. Also try using a light concealer under your eyes it makes your eyes smaller too. But to be honest small eyes are less attractive than big eyes, If you frame your eyes with just the right amount of mascara and eyeliner you can make your eyes appear rounder. but still big.
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Wed Oct 24, 2012 2:00 pm      Reply with quote
Dark circles are often genetic, and thin skin, too. And the anatomy of your face, is not gonna change. Sleep, creams, and de-stressing may not help. You can get fillers injected, but that comes with risks and possible problems. Wear concealer and learn to accept em??
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Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:41 pm      Reply with quote
Not totally genetic I am afraid. Lack of sleep, stress, diet, health-issues, lifestyles are some of the causes. You can improve on it by using the right skin-care creams and change your overall health and lifestyles.... Concealer can help too but this is a temporary solution to hide it if using make-up. Fillers are temporary solution too and risky.

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Dark circles are often genetic, and thin skin, too. And the anatomy of your face, is not gonna change. Sleep, creams, and de-stressing may not help. You can get fillers injected, but that comes with risks and possible problems. Wear concealer and learn to accept em??
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Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:17 pm      Reply with quote
No, not totally genetic. I didn't say they were. But, I believe, often are. And lifestyle changes, I believe, are unlikely to alter facial anatomy or color of the skin. Also most people lose fat in their face as they age, including, sometimes especially, under the eyes. Sleep, meditating, diet changing or creams are not likely to add fat or thicken skin below the eyes. (Unless you gain a lot of weight, and maybe not even then). Some people will, of course, disagree. Good! I hope they recommend their solutions that add fat and change skin color. She could try facial exercises. Some people think those help. Some think they make it worse.
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Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:21 pm      Reply with quote
And, of course, YES, seriously protruding eyes are a sign of thyroid disease, and should be checked by an MD. That's quite different from the typical aging effects of losing fat in the face and thinning skin.
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Fri Oct 26, 2012 5:28 am      Reply with quote
jakee: An assessment of the MD is recommended if there is a problem with health. I don't think you can add fat to the face unless you go through plastic surgery. This is risky business no matter what. No skin-care creams that I know of can do that (I mean to put fat on your face), but I know that it can "improve" the appearance of dark circles topically, but also need to address/evaluate other issues too to find what causing it.
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