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Problem: Crow's-Feet

For many of us, they're a badge of honor—a sign of a life spent smiling and laughing and enjoying bright, sunny days. But if those little wrinkles bug you, there's plenty that can be done to soften their appearance.

Makeup trick: Try a tinted prep product like Guerlain Eye-Stay Primer ($29.50; to fill in lines, smoothing the area. Look for one with pearlescent pigments, which scatter light to make crow's-feet less noticeable. "Then just dab a little foundation over them and you're good to go," says Dubroff.

Skincare fix: "Go with tried and true anti-agers like retinol and glycolic acid," says Gary Goldenberg, MD, an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. If they're too harsh for your sensitive or mature skin, opt for a formula with hyaluronic acid, which holds on to water for a plumping effect. Try Olay Eyes Deep Hydrating Eye Gel ($27.50; drugstores).