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5 Ways to Combat Red, Watery Eyes This Allergy Season

‘T is the season … for itchy, watery, bloodshot eyes, that is. If seasonal allergies are trashing your charm game, fret not. We have you covered with 5 easy ways to fight frustrating things like swelling, soreness, and runny mascara.

1. Ease Redness with Drops Once the pollen vortex hits, eye drops are a must. To keep inflammation and itching at bay, keep Visine’s Multi-Action Eye Allergy Relief ($ 7; drugstore.com) on hand throughout the day.

Smooth Out Puffiness Look for a cream or serum that cools on contact. We advise Clinique’s De-Puffing Eye Massage ($ 29; sephora.com), which has a rollerball applicator to instantly relieve and hydrate the fragile under eye area.

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3. Water resistant Your Lashes When the tears begin flowing, a dependable, waterproof mascara will save you from those dreaded raccoon eyes. A formula like Bobbi Brown’s No Smudge Mascara ($26; nordstrom.com) will include a touch of drama without flaking, smearing, or running down your face.

4. Usage Hypoallergenic Products Certain components in makeup products can irritate sensitive eyes even further. The bright side is brand names like Almay, Neutrogena, and Clinique bring all type of eyeshadows, eyeliners, and mascaras that are 100 percent hypoallergenic and fragrance-free, so they will not set off symptoms.

5. Switch Up Your Eyeliner A navy blue like Bare Minerals’ Lasting Line Long-Wearing Eyeliner in Nonstop Navy isn’t as severe as your fundamental black and will make the whites in eyes appear better. You can also rim the waterline with a flesh tone for a similar result. Try Tarte’s Lights, Camera, Lashes Inner Rim Liner.

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