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I was doing a client’s makeup the other day and noticed how naturally bright her under-eye area seemed and mentioned it to her. She responded that she has Botox to thank for that. Hmmmm, I’m not sure about that. She was on the fairer side so genetically, darkness underneath the eyes may not be a problem for her in the first place. While the photo to the right is obviously photoshopped a bit (not by me), but I bet it’s not far off from reality for some women. Dark under-eye circles are one of the biggest complaints that I hear about from women with olive skin, South Asian heritage and darker skinned women. These pockets of high pigmentation, if persistent, are most likely hereditary, extending way back in your genetic history. If under-eye darkness tends to be temporary, but still annoying, then lifestyle and diet are most likely the things that need tweaking. In either case, there are makeup solutions out there to help mask these surly pockets of darkness. Stay tuned for a pictorial.