One of the most interesting aspects of make-up is how much of a difference it can make to the area around contact lenses, it has been said.
According to the Bangkok Post, women should always start with some concealer, as it can cover up any flaws around the eyes and smooth out the skin.
Cherdchai Sitthimanachai, senior national make-up artist for US-based company Bobbi Brown, said: "No matter how perfect you apply foundation and eyeshadow, if you don"t use a concealer to lighten dark circles under the eyes, your face won"t look fresh."
He added that the right foundation must also be chosen and consumers should look for one which matches their skin texture and tone for the best results.
Women should then apply two shades of blusher to bring out the cheekbones and emphasise the eyes, the expert said.
Allie Jordan, writer for Hollywood Life, recently suggested that fans of the Hollywood star Michelle Williams could follow her lead and emphasise the area around their contact lenses with a short pixie haircut and natural make up around the eyes.
by Alexa Kaczka