From dark circles to crow's-feet, your peeper problems have met their match!
Dust this light-reflecting powder over concealer to really cover dark circles.
(Sonia Kashuk Brightening Powder, $10.40; target.com)
A massaging ball distributes this caffeine-and–witch hazel solution, which alleviates undereye circles as well as puffiness.
(First Aid Beauty Detox Eye Roller, $24 for .28 oz.; sephora.com)
Makeup artist Mally Roncal developed this winning pencil-powder combo: Apply to inner corners for an eye-opening effect.
(Mally Beauty Mattewand Eye Brightener, $25; mallybeauty.com)
(See also: How to do your makeup in five minutes (or less))
Ranked number one by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute, this formula reduces fine lines.
(Olay Pro-X Eye Restoration Complex, $41.47 for .5 oz.; walmart.com)
The Good Housekeeping Research Institute tested 10 different versions of this tool, and Laura Mercier's came out on top.
Camouflage imperfections and combat aging simultaneously. This stick contains light and heavy coverage options, both packed with skin-firming ceramides.
(Physicians Formula Youthful Wear Youth-Boosting Concealer, $12.99; ulta.com)
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