Quiz: Should I Be Using Eye Cream?


What does your ideal weekend consist of?
A) Brunch with the ladies
B) Staying up super late to be the night owl you are
C) Netflix
D) Running around town all day, partying all night

You have a huge project due tomorrow, what do you do?
A) Smile because you finished that a week ago
B) Stay up all night to finish it
C) Cry about it… then make the best project you’ve ever made
D) Stress, cry, panic, repeat until realizing that you STILL haven’t started

Pick a Fave:
A) Chanel
B) Saint Laurent
C) Miu Miu
D) Vintage

Pick an adjective you’d like to describe you:
A) Youthful
B) Radiant
C) Focused
D) Experienced

Favourite time of day?
A) Sunrise (perfect for yoga!)
B) Night time, my time
C) Twilight
D) All the times

Can’t wake up without
A) Green tea
B) 8 consecutive alarms, full volume
C) A good stretch
D) Triple espresso, then a coffee, then maybe a vanilla latte because yum


Mostly A’s:
You love your youthful, healthy glow and will do anything to keep it! Although the pursuit of eternal youth is fruitless, you can still try out products that will help keep you looking young and fresh! Relax with the Sunday Riley Good Genes Treatment ($105 at Sephora) for brightening and radiance.

Mostly B’s:
The bags under your eyes are designer. Ok, sorry, bad pun… but you probably do have darkness that you’d like to brighten, and the Tarte Maracuja C-Brighter Eye Treatment ($38 at Sephora) will do just that!

Mostly C’s:
You’re a bit of a crier. Or maybe not! Maybe your eyes just do that annoying puff thing for no reason! Help keep that puff at bay with the First Aid Beauty Eye Duty Triple Remedy ($36 at Sephora).

Mostly D’s:
You’re a bit of a wild one. You go hard because... why not? But your lifestyle is taking its toll on your eyes. Help them out with some all-in-one goodness, found in the Farmacy Eye Dew Total Eye Cream ($38 at Sephora).

WHO: Christine, Beauty Contributor at Couturesque magazine
WHERE: Toronto
OBSESSED WITH: Lace accents
CAN BE FOUND AT: @christinebradshaw_

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