Rings Under My Eyes After Switching to Contacts?

I have been using glasses for years and I have now switched to contacts. The only bad thing is the rings under my eyes. Are there any remedies for making them fade away or make up tips to cover up?

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Sana.m from Durban, South Africa

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By denise warner (Guest Post)
April 26, 20070 found this helpful

avon has a new product out called anew alternative that is suppose to get rid of under eye circles

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By Stacie (Guest Post)
May 2, 20070 found this helpful

Dark circles under eyes are usually "Allergy Shiners" if you are an allergy sufferer, chances are , wearing the contacts are causing you more problems, hence, the darkness under the eyes. Perhaps get your eye dr. to prescribe some allergy drops such as patanol or optivar and see how that helps.

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By joolah or the special one (Guest Post)
June 9, 20070 found this helpful

umm... i have no help to how you're supposed to make the circles leave but i know why they're there now that you have contacts!! the same thing happened to me, i was scared it was th econtacts at first but its not. ok, when you have glasses on the bottom rim usually covers up the area where circles are most common so you can't see them and when you take your glasses off then its too fuzzy to see the circles!!

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so they've been there all along! i've heard that putting ice under your eye helps because the circle is really just a swollen part of skin under your eye but i have no idea if this theory works... i think i'm going to try it now though! bye bye

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