Eyes are the window to the soul. Eyes are also the most important aspect of your face when it comes to being beautiful and youthful. You can do all kinds of things to take care of them, including simple habits like using a gentle toner after washing your face or using an eye cream every night before bed. We'll show you how!

Always use a gentle toner when washing your face

Toners are used to remove excess oil, dirt and makeup from the skin. They also help tighten pores by restoring the pH balance in your skin. You can purchase over-the-counter toners or make your own at home using ingredients such as witch hazel, apple cider vinegar or aloe vera juice.

Avoid alcohol-based products that contain astringents because they are too harsh for sensitive eyes and may cause irritation if applied directly onto them--especially around the eye area where there is no barrier protection against harsh chemicals like alcohols found in many astringent products!

Use the right eye cream for your skin type

To get the most out of your eye cream, you should use one that's right for your skin type. For example, if your skin is oily and prone to breakouts, avoid using an eye cream that contains oil as one of its main ingredients. Instead, look for something with natural ingredients like cocoa butter or avocado oil--these are great moisturizers that won't clog pores.

If you have dry or aging skin (or both), then choose a heavier formula designed specifically for aging concerns such as fine lines and wrinkles. Look for products containing peptides and hyaluronic acid because they help build collagen production within the dermis layer of the epidermis where it's needed most by adding moisture back into cells after being damaged by free radicals over time.

Never sleep with makeup on!

You might be surprised to learn that your makeup can do more harm than good. If you sleep with your makeup on, it can clog pores and lead to breakouts, cause irritation or redness, increase the risk of eye infections (like conjunctivitis) and even cause eyelid discoloration if you use dark colors that absorb light.

When it comes to applying eye products for the first time in the morning -- whether it's mascara or shadow -- always start by sweeping a clean brush over them before applying them directly on your eyelids so there isn't any residue from previous uses left behind. This will prevent any bacteria from building up inside the tube which could lead to an infection later down the line!

Try different approaches to mascara application for different looks

You can also try different approaches to mascara application for different looks.

Try a small brush to apply mascara to the top lashes. This is great for creating a subtle, natural look that's perfect for daytime wear.

Use a mascara wand to apply mascara to your lower lash line and then blend it out with an eyelash curler or spoolie brush (a long-bristled brush used to separate lashes). This look is best suited for evening events or special occasions where you want an extra pop of color in your peepers!

Also be careful not to apply mascara to the base of your lashes or on top of them--this will just make them look clumpy and spidery! The same goes for applying it in between each individual lash. Instead, just brush it over all of them at once from root-to-tip (but only once).

Use eyelash curler

 This is a great tool that can help you create a beautiful curl on your lashes. It's important to note that this is not just a cosmetic tool but also functional because it helps in keeping your lashes healthy and strong by protecting them from extensive damage caused by wind, dust or debris.

Try a lash lift

If you want your lashes to look longer and fuller, a effective lash lift is a great option. This treatment involves applying a special solution to your lashes that dries as it's on your skin. Then a metal comb is used to lift up your lashes so they're lifted higher off of your eyelid — which opens up the space under them and makes them appear more voluminous.


Eyebrows are an important part of facial expressions because they help you express yourself. Eyebrow shapes have evolved over time, but most people have kept their natural shape. If you have a thin eyebrow shape, it’s best to opt for a pencil or powder that matches your skin tone instead of going overboard with darker colors like brown or black. For those with thick eyebrows, consider using a brow gel instead of pencils or powders since they can give the appearance of having fuller brows.

Take care of wrinkles around the eyes

Eye wrinkles can make you look older than you are, which is why it's important to take care of them. There are many different ways to reduce the appearance of wrinkles around your eyes.

Here are some tips:

Use an eye cream with retinol or vitamin C. Retinol is a great anti-aging ingredient that helps keep skin firm and smooth. Vitamin C works as an antioxidant to protect your skin against free radicals, which cause damage to cells and skin cells that can lead to wrinkles.

Apply an anti-aging cream under your eyes before bedtime. It will help keep your skin moisturized and prevent the fine lines from becoming deeper overnight.

Exfoliate your face once a week if you have sensitive skin so you don't risk irritation or redness around your eyes. This will also help keep pores clear from dirt and oil buildup that can contribute to dark circles under the eyes as well as fine lines.

Use a gentle toner after cleansing for any residual makeup residue that could be clogging pores around your eyes or causing breakouts there too (especially if you're using concealer).

We hope we've inspired you to take better care of your eyes. Just remember that there are a lot of different ways to do that and some may work better than others depending on what kind of look you're going fo