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17 Sunglasses That Are Perfect for Hiding Eye Bags

Wow them with your sunnies, instead!
17 Sunglasses That Are Perfect for Hiding Eye Bags Wow them with your sunnies, instead!

Spent the night partying or cried all night over that movie or book you devoured? Chances are you’ll wake up with puffy eyes and it’s a no-no to leave the house looking like that. While a concealer can always help aid the sitch, sometimes when you’re in a hurry or you don’t feel like touching the delicate area around your peepers, the best solution is to grab a go-to pair of sunnies.

The key is to take the attention away from the fact you had countless sleepless nights by picking the perfect pair. Your best bets are a) oversized frames, b) printed frames, c) mirror lenses, or d) dark lenses. Take your pick.  

Karen Walker Super Duper Thistle round-frame acetate sunglasses, Ronnie & Joe

Linda Farrow Round-frame gold-tone mirrored sunglasses, City of Dreams

Mango Cat-eye sunglasses, P1495

Matsuda Matte grey crystal, Sarabia Optical 


Sunnies Studios Pat in Dulle gold matte, P599

Bijou Eyewear Nolita sunglasses, P2990, Zalora

Sunnies Studios Anais sunglasses in cream, P399

Dolce & Gabbana Cat-eye acetate sunglasses, Rustan's Makati

H&M Round sunglasses, P1190

Dolce & Gabbana Cat-eye appliquéd acetate sunglasses, Rustan's Makati

River Island Claudia sunglasses, P1299

Karen Walker Moon Disco in Crazy tort, Black, and Soft grey with silver mirror, Ronnie & Joe

Lily and Jones Cara So Real sunglasses, P699, Zalora

Prada D-frame acetate and metal sunglasses, Rustan's Makati

Ray-Ban Round folding flash lenses sunglasses,  P15,000

Lily & Jones Samantha sunglasses, P949, Zalora

Sunnies Studios The Aiko sunglasses, P499  

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