Women have been given advice on how to look after their eyes as they grow older by a personal image consultant.
Nadine Kazerounian, who heads a personal image consultancy, told the Daily Mail about her skincare routine, which includes the daily application of a Clarins eye cream.
Mrs Kazerounian, 59, also told the paper about the importance of maintaining eyebrows, which she said define a person"s face and give an appearance of youth.
She proclaimed herself "thrilled" with the results of a recent procedure in which she had her eyebrows tattooed on in a treatment costing £350.
Botox was another recommendation but Mrs Kazerounian said she does not have it often or regularly because of its cost and short duration.
The Observer recently published advice by make-up artist Val Garland.
She said mascara should be applied by moving the wand a little to keep lashes separated and offered an alternative to the "smoky eyes" look, which can be tricky to create.
Instead, she urged women to try a "little 50s flick on the eye" combined with red lipstick.
by Emily Tait