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e.l.f. Cosmetics Products For Covering Up Dark Circles

8 Products You Can Count On to Hide Dark Circles When a Great Night's Sleep Is Rare

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Getting at least the recommended seven hours (or more) of sleep a night should be the goal, but sometimes shut-eye just doesn't happen as much as you'd like — and dark, puffy circles under your eyes can be a sign of that.

If your dark circles are sleep-induced, they'll probably fade a bit once you catch some quality zzz's. (Fact: there are actually many different causes of dark circles.)

But if you'd like to look wide awake and well-rested before that can actually occur, turning to these makeup and skin-care products is your next best plan.

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