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It is natural to see changes in your skin as you get older. The shard's feet are wrinkles caused by years of accumulation and movement of the facial muscles. The appearance of crow's feet around the eyes creates the illusion of a crow's feet pattern.

When you are young, your skin is very elastic. Your muscles can easily jump back, contract, and maintain strength. As your skin ages, it loses its elasticity. As a result, the shard's feet become static. Wrinkles on the raven's legs become deeper and clearer as collagen and other skin components are depleted.

Dermal fillers

The crow's foot can also be treated- with dermal fillers known as soft tissue fillers. You can use the following dermal fillers:






A small needle is- used to inject the skin filling directly into the crow's feet. The components of different fillers are slightly different, and some are more durable than others. Consult your doctor to determine which is best for your skin type.

Static feet even- when the face is at rest, seem consistent, and dermal- fillers are very- useful for them. The skin-filling effect usually lasts 3-12 months but can last longer.

conceal crow’s feet

Apply moisturizer to the eyes in the morning and evening before applying makeup.

Fill the "creek" of deep wrinkles with a silicone primer for a better look.

Use light hands with concealer and foundation. Wrinkles are highlighted- with intense makeup. Use a light- foundation or beauty conditioner.

If you do not have time to buy a new foundation, use a damp sponge to apply the current foundation. Mix well for a smooth, light coating.

Do not use loose dust on the crow's feet. It has the potential to settle on your wrinkles.

You can distract yourself by avoiding false eyelashes, glitter eye makeup, and heavy liquid pencils. Instead, use thick lipstick and an illuminator on the cheeks.

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