*Perk up your peepers and instantly camouflage those under eye dark shadows with a brightening serum. Pixi Eye Zone Brightening Serum (£14 marksandspencer.com) is a unique illuminating eye gel which reduces the appearance of fine lines, adds a youthful radiance, and reduces puffiness.
* Try a spot of Yo-Tox. Place the first two fingers of each hand on either side of your nose about an inch down from the center of your eyes. Keep a light pressure, close your eyes, and turn your eyes upwards in your head to gaze at the third-eye point – between your eyebrows. Stay for 5-10 seconds and repeat as needed to help reduce puffiness and stimulate the drainage of fluid from the eye area.
* To prevent any discolouration from the flash first apply an SPF blended with foundation all over the complexion. Then, use a liquid concealer to make the hollow area beneath the bags look less deep. Use a concealer that matches skin tone so you’ve got an even base. Then apply a second, slightly lighter shade of concealer over the top to brighten. For a flawless finish use an HD powder .Try Make Up For Ever’s Ultra HD Pressed Powder (£26.00 from Debenhams) which sets makeup and subtly mattifies the skin to leave a natural luminous finish without a trace of colour.
*For persistent dark circles caused by hollows and shadows a touch of filler under the eyes can work magic. From £250