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Laughter Lines...but nothing is that funny

(11 Posts)
BitOutOfPractice Thu 02-Mar-17 17:02:18

This week I have seen a picture of myself and was horrified by the lines around my eyes.

Short of surgery, any suggestions on how to improve them with eye creams etc. Can you recommend anything you use?

I'm considering growing a Claudia Winkelman style fringe to hide behind.

plotmissinginaction Thu 02-Mar-17 17:07:51

Also thinking I might get a fringe although my hair is very curly so not sure it would suit.

DayDreamsOfMaria Thu 02-Mar-17 17:08:27

You thread title is (that funny)
grin

rightknockered Thu 02-Mar-17 17:09:08

Sunglasses

abbsisspartacus Thu 02-Mar-17 19:32:05

I found cream made my eyes look worse

BitOutOfPractice Thu 02-Mar-17 22:48:52

You've all been so helpful grin

MrsDustyBusty Thu 02-Mar-17 22:50:17

The only solution is botox, really.

BornStroppy Thu 02-Mar-17 22:50:31

apparently Infadolan is good, not sure how it works
also botox fr crows feet
feather fringe

Lochan Thu 02-Mar-17 22:52:58

If you don't use sunscreen on your face every day, start now. It's the only thing that actually makes a significant difference.

Other than stopping smoking of course.

Ifonlyiweretaller Thu 02-Mar-17 23:19:59

I agree that Botox is the answer. Kept catching sight of myself today thinking I looked quite good for me - then realised last Saturday's Botox has kicked in! Worth every penny.

BitOutOfPractice Thu 02-Mar-17 23:24:38

I was hoping you wouldn't say Botox. I don't think I could let anyone that close to my eyes with a needle as I'm a bit totally freaked out by anything even pointing near my eyes weird about eyes. In fact even typing that has made my toes curl.

BornStroppy when you said "feather fringe" I imagined Brian Connelly from The Sweet c1972. Told you I was old.

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