{Giveaway} Victoria McGill Eye Defining Contour Strips

20 FOFs will get to test Eye Defining Contour Strips by Victoria McGill. To enter, answer in the comments below: What would you most want to change about your eyes?

Thank you for entering. This contest is now closed.


About fifteen years ago, FOF Judy McGill had a bug bite that turned into a scab above her eye. The scab had a lifting effect, pulling taut the loose skin on her eyelids. She wondered if there was a way she could recreate the look, this time on both of her eyes, after her scab healed. Judy, who worked at a grocery store at the time, perused the aisles and experimented with different materials until she found what she was looking for — surgical grade medical adhesive. She cut it to size and began wearing it in the contour of her eye lid.

“The effect was instant,” says her daughter, Victoria. “It tucked the loose skin into its natural crease and gave her such a youthful look.”

Judy spent the next few years making modifications to the strips such as adding “makeup-gripping” material to the top to hold liner and eyeshadow. She finally patented the product in 2001. Victoria began marketing and selling it when her mother fell ill with leukemia. “I knew how happy my mother had been when she wore the strips,” says Victoria. “I said to her, ‘what if we bring this to everyone?’ And we did.”

Today, celeb makeup artists including Patrick Eichler and Jennifer Snowdon swear by the crescent-shaped adhesive when they want to create a lifted, more defined eyelid–instantly.  Be one of 20 FOFs who put them to the test…

Enter to test eye contour strips by Victoria McGill. 20 FOFs will win. To enter, answer in the comments below: What would you most want to change about your eyes?

(See all our past winners. See official rules. One winner is chosen at random from all those commenters who answer the question. Contest closes August 11, 2011.)

464 Responses to “{Giveaway} Victoria McGill Eye Defining Contour Strips”

  1. {Best of 2011} Our favorites from this year, revealed. | Fab Over Fifty Style Blog says:

    […] Victoria McGill Eye Defining Contour Strips, $9.99 for 16 strips: One of our most popular beauty giveaways yet–nearly 500 FOFs entered to win this product that promises a non-surgical solution to […]

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  2. binaifer says:

    would love to have the lifted look around my eyes

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  3. DLori27 says:

    I have pretty green eyes but my eyes seem to be getting smaller. The reality is the skin on my eyelids is not as firm as it used to be and as such, the upper lid is falling, giving the appearance that my eyes are smaller. I think these strips would be perfect to raise that upper eyelid skin , take years off my face, allow me to see better because the excess skin is having an impact on blocking my full vision and the strips would open up my eyes giving me a brighter, more radiant, and less tired appearance. I’ve been considering cosmetic surgery but why bother when you can use products that produce the same effects without any risks of infection or other things people sometimes suffer after surgery. I also would love to have the fine lines on the sides of my eyes diminished which I think could be accomplished by pulling the skin gently to the scalp area which would reduce or remove the lines around the sides of the eyes. Any puffiness under the eye could probably be rectified by gently pulling the under eye skin up toward the lower lid. I’ve heard of this product and have been wanting to try it because I am so unhappy with the way my eyes look. Surgery is a last resort but it’s becoming a stronger option for me because I just don’t see how a product such as these strips could really do as they promise. That’s why I’d like to try them before setting up a surgery date because if in fact they really do work, surgery is definitely off my calendar.

    Thank you for the possibility of being chosen to try this wonderful, highly coveted product.

    DLori27
    kleimanlaw at aol.com

    Dlori
    kleimanlaw at aol dot com

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  4. JoannBally says:

    I would want to change that my eyes always make me look very tired :/

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  5. Claudia Mcgee says:

    for them to be more open and bright. i got small eyes and with age they seem to get smaller and i cant hardly see the eyeshadow i apply

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  6. Bonnie says:

    I would love to have less baggy skin around the top lid………think it would give a more wide eyed look and more awake look. It would be great to achieve this without any surgery….:)

    Bonnie

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  7. Koot says:

    I have had over hanging eye lids all my life. There was never any point in me wearing eye make, you couldn’t see it unless I was looking down. Grin
    I am a belly dancer and it would be so great to be able to make up my eyes and have them as my best feature.

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  8. Atlgidget says:

    I would absolutely love the eye lid lift. Plastic surgery is out of the question as I have to work and surely don’t have the money for plastic surgery. Just to have eye lids to use real eye shadow on. What a dream that would be.

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  9. fab49 says:

    I would change what so many others would….that fold of skin that sags over the eyelid as we age. Not only does it make you look older, but it for me interferes with my site.

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  10. Elaine says:

    I would like to change the dark slanted shade I have going down my nose and the loose, saggy skin under my eyes.

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  11. kathyi55 says:

    I’d like to get rid of the dark circles underneath my eyes and the”crows feet” wrinkles in the outer corners.

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  12. Debi says:

    I would like to be able to apply mascara again, without globbing it on my puffy eyelids.

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  13. Rosanne Henrickson says:

    My top eyelid droops especially on my left eye. I would love to try the strips. I would be a customer for life if it helps!

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  14. BarbS says:

    I would most like to change my sagging upper lids that make my eyes look hooded and old.

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  15. kat says:

    I don’t feel 58 at all until I look in the mirror and see my sagging eyelids!!! Open open!!!

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  16. Annette says:

    I would like to change the little wrinkles under my eyes especially when I smile and the dark circles under my eyes.

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  17. AJB says:

    Id like to have a different eye color.

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  18. StyleGoesStrong40963 says:

    prob with drooping & puffy eyelids that strike the women from 40+.It effects clear sight,irrita. tes,& annoyingly flips the lashes up,which actually makes me sick to my stomach.I am 54 a’nd unlike my Gma,greatGma,mother & all aunts that had 2+ eyelifts I haven’t.(out of fear of unnatural turnout).I thought this was for an eye lift surgery. I will try anything.I tried to read what I typed but it wouldn’t allow me to scroll down to read from the beginning ..Any questions. Please contact me.I really need help so I can lift to make my sight better.the sagging its to the point of deterring me from so many things.I can’t read my books,or read to my dear grndghter,these are all loves of mine. Thank you prematurely for reading this if out of order & thanks for picking me.(!?!)

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  19. Mary Lou says:

    My hooded eyes (they weren’t always that way) and the crows feet

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  20. Paula says:

    Like so many, I try to defy (the effects of) aging. When asked my age, my reply is always, “Age is just a number, and my is UNLISTED.” I feel young and vibant inside, but my eyelids are drooping and it makes me appear older than I feel. I’m not trying to look 20 again, I actually enjoy being a mature woman… BUT I do want to appear awake, alive, alert and excited about life. Please help me by allowing me to try this exciting product and THANK YOU for developing something that can give us that glow back!!

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  21. Inky says:

    I want to change my droopy hooded eyes so much and give them a brighter appearance!

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  22. soap says:

    As I age, my eyelids have become hooded & sagging. Sometimes puffy all around. I’d like a lift for a fresher, more youthful appearance.

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  23. scg says:

    Not much….maybe use them to see the best in people.

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  24. Katjamarie says:

    I am totally intrigued! I use to get compliments on my eyes…but now they are saggy. This would be what I would like to change. I tend to get dark circles too, but I can conceal that…but saggyness? I thought it would have to surgery. This is exciting to have results without surgery.

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  25. amy mayer says:

    The dark circles–I am ALWAYS trying to camoflauge them and would LOVE to know what works the best–also not a fan of the wrinkling that’s happening either–hahah

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  26. Kay Davis says:

    Sagging eyelids are the biggest problem. The rest of my face looks pretty good but the eyes make me look older. Please???

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  27. Kathleen says:

    I believe that using a product like this would advance the problem you have to begin with. The skin around the eye is very delicate and any lifting or stretching and taping of this skin will make the problem worse. I personally would never use this type of product ever!

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  28. Donna says:

    Just turning 67 there are MANY things I would like to see less of but droopy eyelids is definitely at top of list. Feel like I have earned all my aging signs but a little harnless lift could go a long way in “lifting” my spirits!

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  29. rosa says:

    OMG! What a great idea!! I need this soooo bad. If I dnt win it where can i get it….?????

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  30. nailteck says:

    Me too. dark circles

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  31. queenana says:

    i have very heavy ‘hoods’ over my eyes which make me look angry. i would love a way to make my eyes look happier, younger & just generally better with the victoria mcgill eye strips. thank you for this opportunity. warm regards, susan

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  32. GSD says:

    The circles underneath my eyes. I guess I could just try to sleep more!

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  33. Chris Dowling says:

    Make ’em wider (open) and farther apart!

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  34. Murphy says:

    I would like to change my droopy eyelids. My mother had to have surgery on hers and I sure would like to skip that.

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  35. ChristyJan says:

    My right eye-lid that droops

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  36. Janet Martin says:

    I would get rid of that “11” between my eyebrows, that look of always being angry!

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  37. brookeashlee says:

    I love that you offer non-surgical options!

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  38. Roma says:

    I would love to change the sagging lids and line around my eyes!

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  39. Bonnie says:

    I would love to try these… My eyes look like the before photo… one eyelid sags a little more then the other…I thought of surgery, but didn’t really want to go under the knife and if these worked I would be a customer for life.

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  40. Kathi Elster says:

    I would love to get rid of the bags under my eyes, and my saggy lids.

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  41. theresa anstett says:

    My eyelids have drooped to the point that they sit on my eyelashes. I always look tired because of this and my once best feature is now my worst.

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  42. Kristin Gilbert says:

    I would like the bags underneath to be gone and darker, thicker lashes.

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  43. LakeLady says:

    This treatment sounds intriguing. My eyelids have been drooping more in the last few years. Dark, puffy circles under y eyes are the other issue I face. I’d love some help.

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  44. Donna says:

    I’d change the drooping lids…very aging.

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  45. Frankie says:

    my eyelids have a bit of droop that definitely makes me look more tired than I feel. I would love to change that look to something more refreshed.

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  46. vclark500 says:

    Short of trying to fix my left eye that gets a bit lazy when tiredm I would like to open them up a bit by taking care of the wrinkles on the edges.

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  47. katjane73 says:

    puffiness, dark circles and sagging skin.

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  48. Anne Amiel says:

    My eyes look so tired and droopy. That’s not surprising, given my work schedule, but it would be SOOOO nice to look as though enjoying life as much as I do!

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  49. caa29 says:

    What a great innovation. Would love to try it!

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  50. pbunt says:

    I love non-surgical solutions! I feel like my eyes say “tired” even when I’ve had plenty of rest. Help!

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  51. cindy says:

    I’d like to be able to see without glasses – that might not be what you are talking about but I like the color of my eyes and people say they are a great asset of mine but I wear glasses – BUT it does hide some flaws. lol

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  52. Leigh says:

    I would loveLoveLOVE to have my eyes look more awake, less tired.

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  53. Susan M Detterman says:

    I would just like to have my eyes look brighter, which I think would be great to have, because, you know, the eyes are the window to the soul!

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  54. Susan says:

    One of the most things with my eyes is to not always look tired to widen them and the skin that is sagging on my eye lids I would love to see this gone

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  55. d.wales says:

    My upper lids seem to be sliding into my lash line. Botox brow lifts help a little, but I’d love to try these strips.

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  56. Susan C says:

    I would love to “lift” my eyelids. These look like just the product I need!

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  57. Theresa Hill says:

    The wrinkles and the puffiness!!!

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  58. VJ says:

    An eye lift would be my first choice. My saggy eyelids really annoy me.

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  59. lisas4 says:

    I’d like to have less defining wrinkles

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  60. s Bailey says:

    sagging lids, dark circles

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  61. Linda F says:

    They need lifting, badly. Would do it in a minute, if I could afford it. As it is, I just squint or stare with my eyes WIDE open.

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  62. Ruth Sklar says:

    My eyelids have also gotten droopier! These would be good to try. But do they intefer with hard contact lenses?

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  63. NoreenB says:

    A bout of Grave’s Disease accompanied by the eye swelling and puffiness has left me with droopy eyelids – and the surgery to fix is considered cosmetic! These would be a godsend to me!

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  64. Katherine says:

    I would love to counteract the ever-increasing droopiness!

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  65. michele says:

    since the contest closes on my birthday, does that give me a better chance of winning?? I would love to have my eyes of younger days back. Everyone says they would love to be younger but with the knowledge of a FOF! With these strips my eyes would be their bigger, brighter selves. Sign me up!

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  66. Amy Shields says:

    Just had new head shots taken for business and they scared me with all the wrinkles that have appeared I NEED HELP!!!!! I know I am not that old lady in the photographs!

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  67. Jody says:

    I just turned 50 and my eyes need help. The fine lines and puffyness are too much and would like to try something new instead of spending all the money on lotions, creams, peals ect……

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  68. Betty Herbert says:

    I have huge, beautiful, very dark brown eyes. They’re my very best feature. I sing with a Big Band Jazz orchestra so am under the bright lights of the stage often. Those bright lights can be unkind after you reach “as certain age”. At 61 I’m watching my eyelids beginning to sag and age my face which otherwise looks pretty good compared to a lot of other folks I see my same age or even younger. An eyelift is out of the question. I’d love to find another answer or way to minimize the effect.

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  69. Patricia Lawson says:

    Get an eyebrow lift. Have stopped using eye shawdow, what’s the use??? Please select me! I am 58 but look much younger except for the droppy eyes.

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  70. bertkl says:

    I would like to lift my upper brows.

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  71. Jeni says:

    Allergies and gravity (I’m 52) have taken their toll! I’m working on a complete makeover – I’ve lost 35 pounds and still counting, but the extra saggy skin just looks worse. Help! 🙂

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  72. piercerswife says:

    the lines and wrinkles…so I don’t look like I have the same expression 24/7

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  73. Millie Wilneff says:

    I would like to change my droopy eyelids

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  74. Dotty says:

    Lift sagging eyelids and eliminate dark circles.

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  75. pmbrady says:

    I would love to try this. My upper eye area is starting to sag and this looks like a great tool to make me look a little more wide eyed and less tired.

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  76. ellenherbert says:

    Would love to get rid of droopy eyelids!

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  77. Lynne says:

    The skin underneath my eyebrows hangs down so much that sometimes it makes my eyelashes poke into my eyeball! OW!

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  78. Rallo says:

    I can’t have surgery because of my blood thinner, so this would work great on my eye wrinkles.

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  79. mick says:

    I’d like to get rid of fine lines.

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  80. Mara says:

    I’d love to change the sagging and droopiness of my eyes but I’m too cowardly to face surgery. This sounds like the ideal solution.

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  81. g fletcher says:

    I have 2 things…..saggy lids! and red veins in my eyes…

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  82. Cam says:

    My eyes are puffy, not just a little puffy, but the kind of puffiness that makes it hard to open them in the morning. I often wonder if it’s even worthwhile to use eye makeup since nothing can conceal those bulges in the corner of each eye near my nose. Of course I have bags underneath my eyes, which I would also love to be rid of, but the puffiness above is not only an aesthetic problem but occasionally even impinges on my vision. Sometimes I can even see a shadow from the puffiness. I have no money for surgery so any help would be welcomed and I would be so grateful.

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  83. Cassi97 says:

    I’d like it if my eyes were less sensitive. As I grow older, they redden and tear up at the slightest thing, and I have to be vigilant about removing eye makeup at night or they puff up beyond recognition.

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  84. Joan Hart says:

    I love the color of my eyes, but not my hooded eye lids.
    I have answered the comment “You look tired” far too long!! I would be thrilled to look “like a deer in head lights”

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  85. Denice says:

    I would love love love to lift my sagging eyelids!!

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  86. fzoltanetz says:

    Would love to tighten the skin around my eyes.

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  87. Elizabeth Murgatroy says:

    I would like to lift my upper eye lids. Drooping lids age you.

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  88. gailnyc says:

    I have noticed since I turned 60 the start of eye lid sagging. Considering I rarely feel my age, I would love not to look my age, especially around my eyes, my favorite feature!

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  89. Mara says:

    I’d like to change the sagging and droopiness of my eyes. I’m too cowardly for surgery. This sounds like the ideal solution.

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  90. lujean says:

    I’m so sick and tired of looking sick and tired, due to droopy lids, or another good one is being asked on a daily basis “what are you looking so mad about?” Now that makes me mad!!!

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  91. fes5128 says:

    If this coud save one the cost of surgery who wouldn’t. Sign me up!

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  92. Mary Jo Mitts says:

    I would LOVE to try this for my droopy eyelids, I probably will have surgery someday but I’d sure be thrilled to find a non-surgical solution first. I hope I win this product!

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  93. Terri says:

    I have had dark puffiness under my eyes for most of my life. I want so much not to have it. It is a constant source of pain for me. It makes me look so much older then I am. My job requires me to be in the public all the time. i want to feel good about myself and I don’t. Please let me try these. Thank you terri

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  94. Ann McDonald says:

    I have those pesky dark circles! If only and product would actually do what it says: Get rid of dark circles!

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  95. dscandone says:

    I love my eyes – except now the right one is drooping and the left one still looks great. These would solve my problem it seems. Would love to try them out!

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  96. Geri says:

    My eyes make me look 10 years older….I need help!!!

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  97. serenitey says:

    I would change the dark circles under my eyes.

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  98. atrenzad says:

    The only thing I would like to change about my eyes is the sagging on my eyelids, otherwise, I love my eyes!

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  99. Sharon says:

    Looks fantastic! I have noticed recently that I actually have diminished range of vision because of my aging eyelids! This looks easy, and love the instant results!

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  100. Ruth Barton says:

    i would love to lift the eyelid an brow. I use to hear I had cat eyes. Well this cat doesnt seem to wake up.
    I would like to finally give up long bangs that are used to hide the eyes.

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  101. creinseth says:

    I had Bell’s Palsy when I was about 27yrs old and ever since have had a droopy eyelid, but could probably use it on both lids.

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  102. riaholz says:

    I have one eye that droops a lot and the other one doesn’t. I would love to even things out.

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  103. daypfeifer says:

    Sounds intersesting.

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  104. Terri says:

    My eyelids have been droopy since I was 30, would love to have them up where they need to be, people used to say I had pretty eyes, haven’t heard that in years.

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  105. Cindy says:

    I have had droppy upper eyelids for years and would so love to have a chance to look better.

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  106. hairslisaforyou says:

    oh it’s time for help. Droppy eyelids that make u look tired.

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  107. Judi K. says:

    I would love to get rid of the crepiness which ages me!

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  108. StChienne says:

    An eyelift without surgery? The timing’s perfect — I’ve been interviewing cosmetic surgeons for just that fix. I look sleepy even when I’m wide awake!

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  109. Laura Benjamin Emerson says:

    My eyelids are so droopy that people say I remind them of the dog Droopy from the cartoon. I hate that I can actually see them over my glasses.

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  110. Doris Hamilton says:

    I have great beautiful brown eyes but lately have begun to see the top bagging which make them appear smaller. after trying many products with no results, As I cannot afford surgety, I would love to try this product. It looks like it would be successful in repairing the problem.

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  111. Lucia Cavazos says:

    I would like to get rid of the sagging and make them look perky and younger. I would love to try this product. I have tried so many OTC products since I turned 50. They don’t work.

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  112. Sue Zinger says:

    I would love to have the skin abobve my eyes tighter, the skin is so loose it covers part of my eyes thereby in the way of ny vision. I would love to try these strips.

    Thank you,

    Sue Zinger

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  113. Sherry says:

    My eyelids are drooping so much it looks like I’m permanently hungover! I would LOVE to try these!!

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  114. Suzy0206 says:

    I’d most like to change the dark circles under my eyes.

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  115. darlinx4 says:

    I would love to win this just like all the other women. When I go to the eye Dr. for my exams, he has to tape up my upper eye lids they are so bad. It looks like my eyes are closed, this problem runs in my family & I cannot afford the surgery. (sigh) it really ages you…

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  116. Patricia says:

    What I would LOVE to change is the upper eye lid, my Mom had the same problem, as I get older the top lid sags towards my eyes and makes me look alot older, it really bothers me alot, sometimes I actually catch myself raising my brows when I talk to someone thinking it will lift my eye lids up, I tryed it in the mirror and it did lift up my lid somewhat, although I looked silly. I would love to try this product and leave my brows where they belong. Thank you.

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  117. ArtbyKarena says:

    I would be so thrilled to win. I have one eye that is drooping more than the other and of course it does bother me! It seems puffy all of the time.

    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  118. Venus says:

    I would like to get rid of the puffiness under my eyes.
    I always look like I haven’t slept or like I have an illness or some sort. I’ve used gels for firming the under eye skin, roller gels to no avail.
    The puffiness adds about 5 years to my age.

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  119. sisterjtc says:

    WOW Impressive results. Would like to give these a try. Thanks for a winning opportunity.

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  120. Lisa Olson says:

    I would like to left my upper eye area so you can actually see my lids again.

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  121. peggy says:

    I am 70 years old, have small eyes and would love to make my eyes look larger and younger.

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  122. lalexoff says:

    My eyes look tired, even when I’m not! and smaller than they really are, now that my lips are getting droopy.

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  123. chris says:

    It would be so great to have eyes that look open and lively!

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  124. joeduke1 says:

    sun damage killed my eyes AZ sun lines

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  125. Victoria Lyn says:

    My husband recently had an eyelift. NOT ready for that, but READY for this great new item!

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  126. Virginia says:

    I like my eye color. If I could change anything it would be the signs of aging. The sagging is just the worst ever! This product will give my eyes a lit that they really need.
    Thanks Victoria for introducing this alternative to surgery.
    ((^_^))

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  127. val zenus says:

    I would llike to reduce my baggy eyelids.

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  128. Leslie Carcaise says:

    The droopiness, not so great looking as time goes by..

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  129. Catherine Davis says:

    My mom had to have surgery to correct her sagging eyelids as it was hindering her sight. I inherited the same thing and have always had big eyes which now seem so small in comparision due to sagging eyelid. This might be just the thing for me and sure would help my sagging self-esteem also. I would love to try this product.

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  130. krava says:

    I am allergic to antibiotics and therefore cannot have the eye surgery to remove the “pockets” that are above my eyelid. From reading the description of the product, this would seem to be the perfect solution to get the area above my eye, right below the brow, back to what they were when I was younger. My eyes have always been one of my best features, and I sure would love to get that feature back. I hope I am one of the lucky 20 ladies that get to try this product.
    Thank you.

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  131. karen whittaker says:

    I would want the eyes I had 30 years ago!!!

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  132. Susan says:

    Boy, what a wonderful idea and all from a scab and wanting to look fabulous!! I would love these since I always get comments on my greenish-blue eyes and I feel my eyelids are heavy at times(working so much or enjoying my new grandson at nights he can not sleep well. I am truly impressed with the idea, many years ago I bought something similar but the strips were too heavy and I felt very self conscious.Here is hoping I can save thousands of dollars on surgery, no pain and so easy to do when needed.

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  133. Carol Segal says:

    I believe my eyes would look larger if the “droopiness” were eradicated. It would also be much easier on my eye make-up.

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  134. Paula Vanbuskirk says:

    this looks great, it it truly works!

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  135. abma says:

    If I could change my eyes it would be to raise my eyelids. I had my photo taken recently for my drivers license and wonder where are my eyes. I need a opening of the eyes.

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  136. ddeste says:

    upper eye area overhang and lower lid puffiness, everything is going south want to see my actual eyes!!

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  137. Margo says:

    My eyelids dropp and serums and creams I use aren’t helping. Need some help in this area

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  138. Cathy B says:

    I would love to fix my drooping eyelids. Raise my brows and erase the dark circles. I must try these eye contour strips by Victoria McGill. They look wonderful!

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  139. msoup51 says:

    I would love to be rid of my dark circles and droopy eyelids which make my entire eye look like it’s drooping.

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  140. jacque says:

    wrinkles underneath

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  141. lynn Talpers says:

    I love my eyes. They are a beautiful turquoise blue and almond-shaped. However, they are a bit on the small side and as I’ve aged, sagging eyelids and bags below have made them appear smaller. Since I can’t make my eyes larger, I do everything I can to make them appear larger. It sounds like these contour strips could really help.

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  142. connie krenz says:

    I just want to look awake..even when I want to be
    sleeping!!

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  143. SCR says:

    If this product would really do what it claims,
    I will be the happiest person ever. I have always had the
    extra skin above my eyelids, but never knew until I turned 50 what a headache it becomes when this area starts sagging. I have used eye creams and all that since I was in my 20’s. Never did a lot of sun tanning or bed tanning. Never did I think this area would be what it is today. I hate botox, but love the results. The eye lift injection works, but if the DR or nurse doesn’t know how to use it, disaster. So, yes, I would love, to try this product!!

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  144. maria says:

    The only good thing about drooping eyelids is the $$avings on eyeshadow..why bother putting it on the parts that will never see the light of day!! Would love to see a center crease in my eyelids as opposed to a valance. Also, would like the balloons under the eyes to deflate.

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  145. Nancy says:

    I have bags and dark circles. People have made comments to me and I have never even asked anyone for any opinions. I try to avoid being in photographs because if I smile-it looks like my eyes are closed and puffy. I would be thrilled to use a product that actually helped me look better.

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  146. catherine lawton says:

    I would most like to change the crows feet that keep crowing about their wrinkles around my eyes, thank you for letting me enter, I hope I win.

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  147. Debbie Phillips says:

    I would love to try something to lift my eyelids without surgery. They seem to droop more when I’m tired.

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  148. paula says:

    i would like to erase crow’s feet, black circles & not look so tired.

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  149. Mary Benko says:

    I would love to see my sunken in lower part of my eyes look full again, like the ones in your picture. I have held off until now to have any improvements made. I’m not sure eye creams really help. I’m 68 and ready to try something that doesn’t involve surgery, because I am retired and unable to pay for it. Thanks for offering this chance to win the strips.

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  150. Jill57 says:

    I remember only 15 years ago noticing ladies with droopy lid, Now I have them and really don’t like it, would love to try these.

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  151. KGLRomer says:

    I would love to get rid of the droop that is forming above my eyes. I expected this to happen as my mother experienced this and had surgery to correct it. If I could avoid surgery, that would be terrific.

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  152. gratheeus says:

    Under eye bags and circles

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  153. Arleene says:

    Was actually prepared to have an eyelift done, but my husband nearly died this past Christmas day because of blood clots in his lungs following shoulder surgery. No more elective surgery for this family!!!

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  154. Betty K says:

    My eyelids droop so badly I can’t even wear eyeshadow because it just doesn’t show. My husband is getting surgery on his because they interfere with his vision, and I’d like to avoid that if at all possible.

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  155. Katie5 says:

    I would love to gid rid of my so called bedroom eyes; they need to look more perky.

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  156. Katie5 says:

    I would love to get rid of my so called bedroom eyes; they need to look more perky.

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  157. scoutcrs13 says:

    I would SOOOO love to win this! Both of my eyelids are droopy, but one of them significantly more than the other, which leaves me looking a little bit scary, and a whole lot sad! I can’t afford a surgical procedure and have tried every OTC cream there is. I would love for my 3 year old granddaughter not to ask me what’s wrong with my eye!

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  158. Ali says:

    Definitely the sagging above the eyes. I look tired all the time.

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  159. Janet Luttschwager says:

    my heavy lids could use a lift

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  160. Diantha Roberts says:

    My eyes have always been one of best features. They were large, almond shaped with the perfect amount of lid and long thick lashes. That was then. Now they are still OK, but I’ve lost the lid, the lashes are thin, but most annoying is that droop. Not only is it droopy, but beginning to get crepey. I have to be very careful with eye shadow or it just accentuates the crepiness. I would love to try these!

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  161. j27 says:

    My daughter was married recently and I was upset to see the pictures of me with one eye drooping. I didn’t think it looked that bad until I saw myself in the pix. Would love to try these strips.

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  162. jomikey06 says:

    I would love to have my eyelids lifted without surgery and to remove the dark circles and then mabe i can see

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  163. estella jane aspinwall says:

    I want to eliminate the heavy bags under my eyes, especially under the right eye. If I could get rid of that one, which is much heavier than the other, i would be pleased.

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  164. Trisha says:

    Like so many my upper eyelids are so droopy, they interfer with my vision. Had to stop wearing contacts as when I sweat, the contacts got too smudged to see out of and in Florida, you sweat a lot!

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  165. taylor.norma1 says:

    I would definitely want to change my dark circles as well as the darkness near the corner of my eyes. My eyelids would be next as I am over 50, of course they are making their way down…

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  166. tillie946 says:

    I would like my eyes to look bigger and get rid of the droopy eye lids

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  167. Becky says:

    I was blessed with my mothers droopy eyelids (not). The older I get the more droopy and the more they age me.

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  168. Ruth says:

    My eyes are the prettiest thing about me, they are big and blue, require eyeliner only.

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  169. Marie says:

    WHERE CAN I PURCHASE EYE CONTOUR STRIPS?

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  170. fran says:

    The way the outer corners turn down instead of being straight or tilting up- they have been this way since I was born so not a age thing but still hate it.

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  171. Mary says:

    get rid of the dark circles and puffiness under my eyes

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  172. kbeardy says:

    I cannot wear eyeliner or mascara without it rubbing off on my droopy eyelids. I need your help to find out if it can work for me!!

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  173. Leslie W. says:

    Intriguing Idea. I am game to give it a try!

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  174. jm210 says:

    I have one eye that is slightly rounder than the other, I wish I knew how to apply makeup to make them look the same shape.

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  175. Patricia says:

    Help the droopies! No product has done it yet!!!!

    Thanks so much……..

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  176. Katrina says:

    i would love to change my droopy eyelids!

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  177. sherry leann stewart says:

    My left eyelid droops a little more because I sleep more on the left side of my face. I would like to both my eyes look the same . My left eyebrow is also lower for the same reason.

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  178. couponsoffers says:

    I never had droopy eyelids until the last few years. It’s been happening as I age. I would love to be able to get rid of them

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  179. Louise says:

    From the number of responses submitted, I almost feel guilty showing interest in this product because at the ripe age of 64, I really don’t have too many wrinkles to complain about. But I sure have puffy bags UNDER my eyes that I can double as luggage when traveling ;o). Would love to find out if Contour Strips can address this problem.

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  180. Rose Shartle says:

    My eye lids droop and make me look so tired all the time and also much older.It also affects my vision.I would love to have the lids lifted

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  181. Carol Melodia says:

    The hanging skin on top!

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  182. plumleez says:

    I would love my eyes to look larger and more vibrant!

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  183. Cecilia Griffin says:

    It would be a dream come true to win this. Can not afford surgery and my eyelids really droop. Help and thanks.

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  184. Kay M says:

    My upper lids are too ‘poofy’ if that makes sense. They puff out over my lids when my eyes are open and I dont like it!

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  185. Dawn Saunders says:

    Sagging eye lids!!!!!!

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  186. mamayogi says:

    surgery is a scary thing to me, these sound like a great idea for us “fraidy cats” who don’t want to go under the knife.

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  187. Jessica Dewey says:

    The puffiness and sagging which has become more noticeable over the past couple of years. And I think some help with this would make me feel better about how I look, which never hurts at the age of 62.

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  188. jrdora says:

    I wish they were a little bigger and lighter in color

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  189. Arlenedoll says:

    I could use a little help with the lids. Any help is always appreciated.

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  190. jfeldma1 says:

    I wish I could get my firm eyelids back.

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  191. smfsprout says:

    I would really like to change the shape of my eyebrows as they appear to have fallen in the last few years.

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  192. Terrie says:

    This is the perfect product for me. I would love the lift effect on the sagging over eye skin.
    Looks like a great idea.

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  193. Barbara McCandless says:

    Well, I’m 59 and the lids are a bit droopy. I don’t want surgery – would love to try this product!

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  194. Nanette says:

    Most definitely the upper area.

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  195. Susan says:

    Lifting my lids would be wonderful. It is the one thing my eyes REALLY need!

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  196. Sue Epling says:

    I would be thrilled to lift my droopy upper lids, also could really use a mascara that doesn’t flake on my cheeks! I can’t be without mascara as I’m a natural redhead with blonde lashes.

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  197. Lindy says:

    My eyes are small, deep set and almond-shaped. People have actually asked me if I am of Asian Heritage because of my eyes. I would love to see my eyelids and too have my eyelashes extend beyond my eye fold!

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  198. marygrace says:

    always had deep sockets and lids seem to be dropping more and hiding my beautiful eyes! Would love to life them so they can be seen.

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  199. ittel says:

    Definitely the sagging eyelids. Going to have to start saving for surgery 🙂

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  200. bgv says:

    I would like to fix the sagging eyelids

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  201. StyleGoesStrong40963 says:

    prob with drooping & puffy eyelids that strike the women from 40+.It effects clear sight,irrita. tes,& annoyingly flips the lashes up,which actually makes me sick to my stomach.I am 54 a’nd unlike my Gma,greatGma,mother & all aunts thhat had 2+ eyelifts I haven’t.(out of fear of unnatural turnout).I thought this was for an eye lift surgery. I will try anything.I tried to read what I typed but it wouldn’t allow me to scroll down to read from the beginning ..Any questions. Please contact me.I really need help so I can lift to make my sight better.Whither the sagging its to the point of deterring me from so many things.I can’t read my books,or read.to my dear grndghter,these are all loves of mine. Thank you prematurely for reading this if out of order & thanks for picking me.(!?!)

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  202. Cindy h says:

    I’d love for the skind around my eyes and lids to be firm again!

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  203. Mary Sue Finnerty says:

    I feel my lids are a bit droopy, and underneath needs lifted or injected, but………

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  204. Patricia says:

    I would love to have my eyelids lifted. I am getting the hooded snake look!

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  205. Suburbohemian says:

    My saggy upper lids and the need to wear reading glasses!

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  206. KC Phoenix says:

    I’ve always wanted to have eyes like Julie Moon – one of the actresses that played Cat Woman on the series Batman. It appeared that her eyes were lifted in the outer corners…very pretty…cat’s eyes I suppose…

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  207. ktpotat says:

    lines in the corner

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  208. Jacqualin says:

    Definitely the fine lines developing underneath.

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  209. Jane NC says:

    I was always given compliments about my beautiful eyes- don’t get them anymore- hum…….Could there be a connection between that and the inevitable pull of gravity on my eyelids? Below the neck time has taken its toll also, but as Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor, said-” Take care of your face- the other end you sit on”!

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  210. Connie Parker says:

    I just turned 43 and my eyes are the worst part of my face! Need a little help, surgery is too scary! Not ready for that step yet. I hate looking so tired all the time.

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  211. Norma Byrd says:

    The area above my upper lids!! They’re puffy and droopy and make me look tired or worried. Also there’s something like a tiny flap of skin at the outside corners of each eye that adds to the that drawn expression. Like others, in no way can I afford cosmetic surgery now, and this fix would give me so much pleasure.

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  212. mimi1411 says:

    I hate how my upper eyelids are getting droopy!:(

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  213. deb says:

    I have always had circles

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  214. Linda says:

    50 plus eye creams and magic gel.. Nothin worked for these sagging and sad eyes

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  215. LaMaestra says:

    I work one on one tutoring college students. I may have the knowledge, but they have the youth and beautiful taut skin. My eyes become tired because of all the reading I have to do for my job. I would like to improve the appearance of my eyes so that they look more open and alert.

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  216. Pat Foulk says:

    Wow! Eyelid lift surgery is at top of my When I Win The Lotto List

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  217. matzsmith says:

    sagging eyebone skin

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  218. vivi says:

    I want to improve the loss of elasticity. Lifting, firming, fine wrinkle reduction.

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  219. Marcia Reed says:

    61 years young…skin on my face still pretty youthful, but the area around my eyes could definitely use a “lift”…surgery is just not in the budget. I would love, love, love to try this product!

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  220. Ann Bourget says:

    To get rid of the aging and sagging. I can not afford the surgery, Wabt to look good so I will feel good about myself. I would absolutely love to try it.

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  221. Karen says:

    For over twenty years I wore hard contact lenses, To remove them I needed to stretch my eyelids and pop them out. Doing this every day left me with sagging lids. I’d love to try the eye defining contour strips.

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  222. samriggs says:

    My eyelids are much worse than the “before” picture. I have short eyelashes and my lids droop so much, they push my eyelids into my eyes. I have to find a solution and a non-surgical solution would be great.

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  223. Rosemary Simm says:

    I’m 68 and when I look in the mirror, my mother stares
    back at me. Not a bad thing, but my eyes look like hers
    at 88. The lids are sagging and it make it hard to remove contact lens easily. I really need help and love my eyes again.

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  224. Michelle says:

    Fascinating. Anything that works and does not involve surgery is a win in my book.

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  225. Dawn in Nevada says:

    I would love to be rid of the sagging eyelids. I mask it with dark eye shadow which doesn’t help much except from a distance. This product sounds like exactly what I have been needing.

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  226. evensonpaul says:

    It would be great to have these! The strips look easy to use and improved the ladies looks. It would be nice to have some, at the very least, for special occasions.
    Hoping I can win a set.

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  227. Alvinia Axford says:

    Goodness Gracious!!! I would LOVE to win these eye miracle workers!!!! I have the most droopy left eye that NEEDS a product like this. I don’t even let anyone take my picture anymore as my eye looks dreadful! Surgery is good for lifesaving procedures, but I can’t quite justify it for my saggy eyelid.

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  228. JanQ says:

    I’m a 2 time cancer survivor very self concious of my heavy, droopy eye lids that make my eyes seem so small & squinty. It also makes me look like I am angry. Your product sounds great & I would love to try it. I know it would improve my self confidence. Thank you for considering me.

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  229. Heather says:

    I would like a eyelid/eyebrow lift and to fill in the hollows and dark circles under my eyes.

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  230. jamorela2002 says:

    Help the bags under my eyes. I have had them since I was in junior high school.

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  231. Debbi says:

    I have always had deep set eyes. Now that I am older and the skin is sagging above my eyes, people can hardly see my eyes–they look like brown holes! I would love to try this product to see if it will help open my eyes.

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  232. Beth Surdut says:

    Curious.

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  233. morticia7@juno.com says:

    I would love to get rid of the bagginess under my eyes and some fine lines near the bagginess. Can’t afford the surgery and don’t want any docs fiddling with my eyes. Would love to test the eye contour strips.

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  234. TACACMS says:

    I have one eyelid that is droopy, which makes my eyes look crooked. I hate that….I do eye lift exercises which are temporary but at least it lifts the lid.

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  235. Deb Trott says:

    This could very well be the solution in that I may not have to wear waterproof mascara all the time! My eyelashes always skim the *fullness* and leave black smudge marks if I don’t. Love to try the eye contour strips by Victoria McGill!!!

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  236. camilla wilson says:

    The crowsfeet under my eyes.

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  237. Cher says:

    Don’t like surgery and saggy lids adds years to my face

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  238. Pat says:

    I would love to lose the bags and sagging skin under my eyes, I am thankful I wear glasses as to hide them.

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  239. serenitey says:

    Dark circles would be the first to go.

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  240. Lisa C says:

    After losing a lot of weight, my eyelids are have drooped to where you can’t see if I even have on eye shadow! Would love to try this product and see a difference!

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  241. Sunshine Cook says:

    My eyelids have started to droop.

    Looking for the remedy without surgery 🙂

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  242. Nadine Butler says:

    My eyelids droop and it bothers my vision at times. I checked with a plastic surgein but cannot afford the fee to have the surgery.

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  243. Huguette English says:

    I most would like to change the dark circles.

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  244. Nancy Gordon says:

    I hate the way the upper part of my eyelids droops down to make me look tired.

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  245. Sue says:

    My eyes are the before picture and I would like them to look like the after!

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  246. Lynn Peterson says:

    would like to open my eyes again, would also like to find a cure for my bags under my eyes. On occasion I
    suffer from dark circles as well

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  247. janet says:

    If the eyes are the windows to the souls, then mine windows are looking only half opened.

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  248. Lea Ogozelec says:

    My droopy eyelids are hereditary, but none the less unattractive. Mine have gotten so bad that I have trouble keeping my eye open in the evening. I certainly can’t afford surgery…I was just forcibly retired…but I would really love the help!!

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  249. karin says:

    I love the color of my eyes (the same as my Mom), but I hate the dark circles and the droopy lids.

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  250. Nadine Butler says:

    I, too have a problem with drooped eyelids. It would be wonderful to try these strips since I am 81 years old and cannot afford plastic surgery.

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  251. JanBergthun says:

    My eyes seam to be getting smaller and smaller as the years go on and I do not have that wide eyed open look I used to have —— Jan

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  252. audrey l dirisio says:

    my eyelids are so puffy my eyes are hard to notice and I look tired and depressed all the time, so I would tighten and lift my eyelids

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  253. barbara wicklund says:

    the droppiness & fine lines!

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  254. Sharon says:

    I am currently trying the Asian product, Pretty Eye Sharp Double Eyelid, Slim adhesive strip I bought from Sasa.com. These are only $3.00 for 24 pairs (much less than McGill’s product). I would like to compare the two and see which is better for: ease of use/lasting ability/use with eye makeup/removal ease. Thanks!

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  255. Robin says:

    How is this possible? What a great idea! I think I would love to try it.

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  256. Marsha Livson says:

    I’m 70 and have the mind and heart of a 30 year old. The sagging eyelids make me sag all over and I know I don’t look as good as I should and I have a amazing husband whom I would love to look great for. No surgery for me though….this sounds like the ideal solution. Please pick me!!!

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  257. faithmm says:

    I really hate those droopy eyelids. I am a teacher and it makes me look tired and old – even when I feel great! These strips would really help out!

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  258. Sally says:

    I’ve always had droopy eyelids, and always thought when I got older and could afford to have surgery, I’d get a lift! Well you know this economy!! I’d so love to be able to see that I actually have lids!! Who knew?

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  259. Michaela says:

    My droopy eyelids! They are drooping so much now that If I curl my eye lashes and wear mascara, my eyelid pushes the curl back down. And if I don’t wear mascara the eyelid droops to the put of closing my eyes.

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  260. Mona Stephens says:

    I’d like to be able to put on eyeliner evenly and pluck my brows evenly. I have to take my glasses off to do both and my close up vision isn’t what it used to be. I look at the results and just have to laugh at how mismatched (and crooked) they are. Thank goodness for different eyeglass frames that are colorful enough to take the emphasis away from mismatched attempts at “beauty”. 🙂

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  261. Kelly says:

    Droopy eyelids run in my family and I’m starting to get my own. Would love not to look like some hushpuppy dog someday.

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  262. Laura Borud says:

    One morning getting ready for the day I noticed these bags hanging over my eyes. I started screaming!!! Causing my mother to run in to see what happened. I continued yelling, “what is this? No one told me this would happen! Bags, sags, wrinkles, crepey skin, gray hair I can live with, but my eyes disappearing???!!!!”. Her and her friends got a good laugh out of it. If I could afford plastic surgery I would fix my upper eyelids, makeup can only help so much, I want my eyes back!

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  263. Loraine says:

    I have some lines and bags under my eyes also the dark circles are really bad sometime I would change this if I could

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  264. debbiehoskins says:

    I inherited a tendency to have extra skin on my upper eyelids and I can’t even wear eyeshadow anymore! I would love to have that area tightened.

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  265. Elaine says:

    I have recently noticed that the skin below my eyebrows is drooping heavily over my eyelids. I’ve never thought I would be a plastic surgery kind of person, but this has made me wonder if I should get surgery to lift that skin. It just makes me look old. These strips look like they might work on that problem without surgery. I’d love to try them!

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  266. Reva Shader says:

    I am 80 years of age and have held up quite well…for my age! I must admit I am distressed with the way my eye lids have drooped, and am not interested in undergoing surgical procedures. I would be elated and most appreciative to win your contour strips!

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  267. catmoore78@charter.net says:

    miss seeing my eyes, where have they gone?

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  268. Pamela says:

    Like most woman my age my eyes now look tired and saggy all the time! Would love to try these! Thank you!

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  269. Cindy says:

    “Are you ok? You look so tired. ”
    I would love to avoid this question and statement. I’d love a little lift.

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  270. vasslt says:

    A lifted, more defined eyelid sounds great!

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  271. SharShar65 says:

    The older I get, the more my eyelids want to reach the bottom of my eyes. I’d love to test these strips and look younger!

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  272. Dianne Madison says:

    smooth crow’s feet and open them up

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  273. Aisling says:

    I’d most like my eyes to look “perkier” – that droopy eyelid skin makes me look either tired or squinty much of the time.

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  274. mcscher301 says:

    My.eyes aren’t bad, no crows feet etc. but my lids are droopy. I’m petrified of surgery and would love to find a product that lifts my lids a little! Do they stay on all day and not peel off??

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  275. Elaine says:

    SInce I am a total product addict, this is one that I have not used yet, SO, I would love to get lifted eyes.
    My deep set eyes could use a lift at 52!

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  276. Kim Newkirk says:

    the extra sagging skin is just driving me crazy and now my eyebrows are mostly gray and all wirary now!!!

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  277. PAT HAYDEN says:

    CROWS FEET AND DARK UNDEREYE CIRCLES

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  278. DRTVrMoi says:

    I’d love to get rid of the hollows under my eyes.

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  279. judysu@aol.com says:

    I would love some help with sagging upper eyelids as well as dark, puffy circles under the eyes.

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  280. Carol says:

    The puffiness under them! Talk about too much baggage!

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  281. Beth Lowe says:

    Would love to be rid of the loose skin over my eyelids. I have a high school reunion coming up and would love to be voted the least changed!

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  282. Susan S. says:

    My eyes look pretty good for 55 but one side has much more drooping skin that the other so my eyes look uneven and that eye always appears smaller with less lid visable. It really makes applying make-up difficult!

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  283. Diane Mendoza says:

    My eyes have always been my best feature. I would love to get them back. Please HELP!!!!!!

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  284. Linda says:

    I would love to perk up my eyes, I hate everyone asking me if I am tired, or don’t feel well when it’s just my droopy eyelids

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  285. pat kuehn says:

    Would love love to win this….would be so nice for people to quit asking me if I am tired or have been sick. Sounds like a great stop-gap instead of having surgery!!!

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  286. Angela Mogin says:

    I would most like to remove the dark circles under my eyes and the sagging of my eyelids.

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  287. Helen says:

    My eyes are my best feature. Depending on what color I wear, they appear blue, blue gray or even blue/green! My eyelids however are getting a little slack. The idea of a scalpel anywhere near my eyes is not very appealing (not the thought of the $$$’s involved). I think a product like this would be just the thing!

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  288. nancy r says:

    I really need a lift

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  289. Gail Armstrong says:

    If I had control of the universe, the thing I would most want to change about my eyes is the sagging top part of my lid. I never realized what a drastice change took place in one year. I don’t remember my eyelids sagging like this last year, so it had to be turning 57 and all the stressful events of the past years that did this to my otherwise “okay” eyes. I would like an eye lift, but simply can’t afford one. These strips sound like just the right trick.

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  290. dmnyes says:

    I would have defined eyebrows, now that mine have little to no color, It’s hell getting OLD!

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  291. Cindy says:

    I would love to win the eye strips to open up my eyes and make the “droopies” disappear. In the past two years, I was laid off from my position of 13 years. I took this as a challenge and went back to school. I now have a career in a field that I love and look forward to every new day. I would love to look as young as I feel and I think your product would certainly do the trick.

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  292. Brenda says:

    I am just beginning to see a bit of drooping of my eyelids, and would love to find something to stop it before it gets worse. Once the problem gets bad it’s really noticable when you do somthing to remedy it. I like products that help just enough to look great, but not be really noticable.

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  293. Peggy54 says:

    I love and miss my Mother so much, but I do not love the droopy eye lid legacy she left me! 🙂 I would love to win this contest so my eyes look perky and happy again!

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  294. Erika says:

    I have deep set eyes and never had much of a lid on which to apply make-up. Now, at 61, my lids have drooped significantly making me appear tired and also leaving even less space on which to apply eye shadow or liner.
    So in response to the question, these lids must be lifted!
    Thank you,
    Erika

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  295. barbrn40 says:

    I would love if I had 20/20 vision!

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  296. lisa comer says:

    I have begun to have a hollowed out appearance under eyes, along with dark circles. I always look so tired and unhappy.

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  297. lyn says:

    My eyelids are sagging, I have cholesterol deposits on them, and I have awful dark circles…need all the help I can get…so HELP!

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  298. Jaye says:

    Sounds exciting! For me it’s the hood effect, there’s no crease left and a lot of puffy / extra skin so I look tired at best, sad or angry when I’m not. I’ve stopped wearing eye makeup because of it, and I’d love the chance to use a little color again. I have hazel – green eyes, but you don’t notice them anymore.

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  299. milliemouse says:

    I would like to change my sagging eyelids

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  300. magiemae03815 says:

    I’ve thought about surgically correcting my droopy eye lids – however, the adhesive method sounds like a great alternative for many of us over 50 women!

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  301. serenitey says:

    My black eyes

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  302. Shari says:

    I want to see my eyelids again!!!

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  303. Julie says:

    I’d most like to change my sagging eyelids.

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  304. Cordelia Ivey says:

    My eyes are so droopy, I look like i’m a sleep most of the time . Would love to try these, maybe I could look rested instead of tired all the time . Thanks , Cordelia

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  305. onlymekt says:

    well, nothing original or new. At 61, I can agree with every entry so far! — droopy lids, deep wrinkles, dark circles! I’m a poster “child” for every eye problem out there. I want to change everything!

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  306. Vicki Grafflin says:

    Botox is not working to solve my brow lift problems any longer and I cannot afford to go the surgical route…HELP!

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  307. Zenaida Odom says:

    One of my eyelids droops. I wish that I could fix that.

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  308. VIckie says:

    These would keep women from premature surgery — surgery could wait until the sagging still occurs after using the strips!

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  309. Teresa says:

    I have had decompression surgery on both my eyes due to Graves Disease and have the extra eyelid skin that just droops. Insurance won’t pay for repairing my lids, they say its cosmetic and not needed. I would love to see what this product would do to improve the look and feel of my eyelides. Its a major dissapointment when I look in the mirror at what used to be youthful and defined eyes, not so much anymore. This might be the miracle prodcut I’ve been dreaming about.

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  310. Agelessjen says:

    I’ve always had fleshy eyelids, but only just noticed, at age 52, that the skin on my lids is starting to droop, affecting the way I wear makeup! I’d love to try something non surgical!

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  311. Pat Valentine Ziv says:

    It would be wonderful to look in the “old” mirror again! 🙂

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  312. Debra Washington says:

    I have seen something like this advertised on tv but was not sure about how it would effect the lid opening and closing proberly also I am a heavy sweater is this something that would stay in place I would so love to try it and promote it to others. waiting to exhale and i had surgery on one eye so it is a little smaller with the lid dropping down

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  313. Marilyn says:

    I have one eyelid that is more “open” than the other. It would be wonderful to try on just the droopier eyelid to see if it evens out the look. It has been more noticable to me the last few years.

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  314. questdriven says:

    I have had dark circles under my eyes since I was child. Now combined with droopy eyelids, I look tired all the time.

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  315. trailblazer says:

    I always thought my eyes were my best feature until I hit my 50’s. Now those same eyes look tired due to all the wrinkles! My doctor said I have a very active face – strong expressions – that have led to the wrinkling. Sure would love to find a non surgical solution to help. I don’t want to look 20 again but 40 would be great!

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  316. catherinenorris7 says:

    I am tired of looking tired…..

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  317. judithmarshall says:

    These better be industrial strength!

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  318. Dennice Rossi says:

    That is exactly what I would change about my eyes, the fact that the eyelid skin is loose and hangs down, making you look older. Not to mention that my eyes that use to be so big are not any more. What a wonderful product this would be to try, I have never heard of it before now. Would love, love, love to try it. No more droopy eyeids!!!!!

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  319. Jo says:

    I really need a product like that. Don’t want the expense and downtime of surgery, but need some help.

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  320. Eileen says:

    I already had surgery once on my droopy hereditary upper eyelids at 42, now droopy again and dont want another surgery, would be very very happy for a temp fix

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  321. ali says:

    less wrinkles

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  322. myanker says:

    Would love to look better and as I have aged, my eyes make me look tired and I am not. Love to try this procedure/product.

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  323. Becky says:

    I like my eyes,though they could use a lift.

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  324. eddyrobey says:

    I’d wish to have an instant cure for astigmatism.

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  325. Carole Penner says:

    I’ve always liked the way my eyes have looked until recently. I have large lids, which makes putting eyeshadow look good, but the skin is starting to lose it’s elasticity. I would love an alternative to an official eyelift that is more affordable.

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  326. Vikki Brandi says:

    I would love to reverse the time and not have a tried look !

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  327. Nancy says:

    What a great product. I have Huge eyelids and at 68 they have started to “fall and fold”. I look in the mirror now and see little green eyes instead of big green eyes. I have taken to wearing my sunglasses more and more because no eye makeup seems to resolve my despair. Where can these be purchased? Thank you for bringing this product to our attention..Love you’all

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  328. Denise says:

    I do not have nice big eyes, and now that I’m aging the sagging skin makes them look even smaller. They are a pretty shade of green, though, and I’d love for people to see them again.

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  329. Nancy says:

    My sagging upper lids!

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  330. samriggs says:

    My eyelids are worse than the “before” picture. I have short eyelashes and my lids droop so much, they push my lashes into my eyes. I have to find a solution and would much prefer a non-surgical one.

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  331. Toni Przybylski says:

    I would like my eyes to reflect how young I feel!!

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  332. sherylp10 says:

    Droopy lids and dark circles!

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  333. hittledeb says:

    Since my hysterectomy when I was 35, I’ve had dark circles under my eyes. I would love, love, love to be rid of those and I would also love to have my eyelids raised. Complete strangers used to tell me I had beautiful eyes but no one seems to compliment them anymore! Boo Hiss!

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  334. Tina says:

    What I would like to change about my eyes is how overly heavy my lids are….as the years pass, they continue to droop farther and farther….pretty soon I should be able to tuck them behind my ears for a new look! 🙂

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  335. jeanne nelson says:

    I would change my eyes by having a larger upper lid and some uplifting at the corners

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  336. jewel mcclean says:

    so i can help my facial express had eye operation 6 times

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  337. Roberta says:

    I would change the way my upper eyelid sags. It’s starting to hide my eyes!

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  338. ivanhoe says:

    BAGS,BAGS,BAGS AND MORE BAGS

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  339. Linda Mc says:

    I’ve thought about eye lift surgery, but it sounds so vein and painful to do. However, drooping eyelids make me look older than I am. A no surgery solution would be so cool! Thanks for letting us know it’s out there.

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  340. Jennifer says:

    I’d love to remove the puffy areas under the eye and also like to uplift the upper lid area (lids are becoming heavier and heavier – so why even try to wear eye makeup???

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  341. Diane Jenkins says:

    My eyelids age my eyes more than I like to admit. I would love to try and see if this product will help.

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  342. Trisha says:

    My eye doc says I could use a brow lift–not serious enough to be considered a necessary medical procedure, but I can’t afford cosmetic surgery. Would love to try these.

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  343. Daphne says:

    I want to look as bright-eyed and busy-tailed as I feel; and if this will do it for me I say: bring it on!

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  344. Carmen says:

    I would like for my eyes to look more “awake”!

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  345. Angela M. says:

    It’s a toss up between droopy, crepey eyelids themselves and fatty upper eyelids (beneath the brow bone). The fatty part, like my ‘chipmunk cheeks’, is genetic. While I’ve come to terms with my full face, I hate having no definition to my eyes/lids. I feel that it makes me look like a bassett hound: sad and sleepy-eyed, no matter how much rest I get. (Heaven forbid me to lose sleep, or I look truly woeful!)

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  346. Tina says:

    Now that I’m past 50 my eyelids seem to be sagging more and more and my eyes look so much smaller. The hooded lids are genetic and if I am able to lift my lids sans surgery, that would be fantastic! I would love to keep the strips a try.

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  347. Linda says:

    My droopy eyelids, they make me look tired and I cannot afford surgery. The strips sound like the perfect solution. I can’t wait to try them.

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  348. Julie says:

    Just really would like to have wide open eyes for my daughter’s wedding in January. I would like to look a little younger for that day without the drama of surgery.

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  349. tahn67 says:

    My eyes just don’t “pop” anymore. They used to be the “sparkle point” of my face. They just seem to sink back into my face and look small and sad. I know that with age comes some facial changes, but I wasn’t prepared for this at all! I would love to change this and have them come into their own once again for an encore performance.

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  350. Sheila Chaffins says:

    I would love to change my dark circles and how I look tired all of the time.

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  351. Rebecca Garcia says:

    I would love to get rid of the lines just below my eyebrows. They make me look so tired and old. I just turned 60 and I certainly can’t afford to have surgery. It would be a real blessing to have my eye area have a much younger, youthful look.

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  352. rose2513 says:

    Uh – EVERYTHING

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  353. Cindy says:

    Would love it! Both parents had to have their eyelids fixed surgically because of vision problems, so I know what’s in my future–this is good for the meantime.

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  354. madeline says:

    If you can make my eye lid more wide open and not that “hood” from sagging skin I would celebrate!

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  355. Maxie says:

    I would love to get back the youthful look of my eyes. I’m 60 but feel 30 and look younger than 60. My under eyes have lost the elasticity. I own my own business and meet and greet people every day. I would love to look as young as I feel. This sounds like a product that would work without the cost of plastic surgery. I believe I am the perfect candidate.

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  356. Maurene says:

    Lift my eyelids so I don’t look tired. I turned 60 this year and am selling my house and starting a new adventure and would love to look as good as I feel.

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  357. Paula says:

    The dropy eyelids. Wow if this works it wil be fantastic!

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  358. susielee says:

    My eyelids are just like the woman in the “before” picture…would be very pleased to look like the “after” with something so easy as an adhesive strip!

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  359. Janet says:

    At 55, I am just beginning to really notice a change in my skins texture and things like sagging eyelids. How nice it would be to be able to correct a problem like sagging lids without having to have surgery.

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  360. shelly says:

    That they seem to have a hooded look now. Not the wide eyed look of years gone by.

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  361. Donna Matarazzo says:

    My eyelids are invisible and wearing eye shadow is not fun anymore:(

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  362. Deborah Efron says:

    The thought of eyelid surgery is unappealing much as I would welcome having the excess removed. Am intrigue enough to want to try this alternative.

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  363. orchidlady01 says:

    I would change my eyesight by getting laser surgery. I’ve worn glasses/contacts since 3rd grade and would love to see without “seeing” aids.

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  364. Diana says:

    I would love to change the puffiness I’m getting around my eyes. I feel like my eyes aren’t as attractive as they were just a few years ago.

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  365. erin says:

    I would like to wake up my eyes. Im am tired of people saying I look tired, when I am not tired.

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  366. Donna says:

    OMG! I can’t tell you how badly I would LOVE to win this! Fatty, droopy eyelids run in our family (on my dad’s side). I don’t even wear eyeshadow anymore because it doesn’t do any good….once I apply the eyeshadow and then relax my eyes, the eyeshadow disappears. I want surgery, but insurance will only cover the surgery if it is affecting your eyesight. I’m sure it will at some point, but by then I will be too old to care, I guess.

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  367. Laurie Amat says:

    I was always known for my large eyes, and time has really put a crimp in that. I also can feel the weight of my upper brow on my lids and I’d hate to think it’s a portend of things to come. It’s not outrageous, but I also perform and it’s actually affecting the way I’m perceived.

    I’d love to try these out. It would really help.

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  368. kim says:

    My eyes look tired all the time. People ask me if I haven’t slept although I’m sleeping just fine these days. Would love for a little non surgical lift to freshen things up again.

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  369. Calgaltoo02 says:

    My drooping skin!!!

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  370. Mary W says:

    I would love to lift the bags under my eyebrows so I could SEE!!

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  371. Debbie says:

    My eyelids droop and many creams only irritate the delicate skin. I would love to try this product.

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  372. Robyn E says:

    I would love to have less droopy top eyelids so
    that I could wear eye shadow and you could actually see it. Also to were my eyebrows were more arched up.

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  373. loeloe says:

    I would like to change the droopy upper lids that nearly hide my long eyelashes.

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  374. BlueBear says:

    I’ve been so worried over my hooded lids that I even asked my doctor if I was getting myasthenia gravis and would I have to tape my lids open, as Aristotle Onassis did! The answer was I was just getting old! I’ve tried so much that is out there and nothing but nothing works! Hooded lids are aging in the extreme and I hate them so much I don’t even like using a mirror to put my makeup on. Being FOF is not great if you feel fabulous on the inside but look like Old Mother Hubbard on the outside! HELP!

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  375. Lynn Peterson says:

    Would just love to have my eyes look more open, with less dark circles and bags below my eyes

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  376. Ro says:

    I miss being able to see my big ole eyes! Gosh a lift would be a real blessing!

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  377. kaydee says:

    What great idea…I sure could use these. I am leary of surgery and these look like they would solve my problems with my deep set eyes…

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  378. Debbie says:

    I guess seeing will be believing….I’m always skeptical about something that promises “instant results”. Would love to give it a try so I can see for myself.

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  379. mathmom says:

    I would like to look more awake and alert! My drooping lids make me look tired.

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  380. L. Johnson says:

    I would love to regain that wide-eyed youthful look I once had. A lift to my eyes (non-surgically!) would be ideal.

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  381. retirenever says:

    I would love to try them and see if they really work. I often hear of products and wonder if they are all they claim.

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  382. Gaye says:

    My eyelid droop that even shows up in childhood photos.

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  383. Amy Gerling says:

    Wow where do I start, I have the body of a 20 year old and my eyes look so bad, sag, sag, sag, I’ve tried everything on the market for dark circles, liftings, and nothing seems to fit the bill. I would love to try this. Thanks!

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  384. Janice says:

    Would like to change everything about my eyes 🙂 The lids and the darkness and lack of volume under my eyes. Another awesome giveaway!

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  385. Kat says:

    After 29+ years following my husband in the Air Force I would like to start our new life (retirement) next year with a less droopy more energetic looking appearance. Looking for a new job, new home, and a different way of life. Never being able to afford surgery it would be a great gift to my husband after all these years. Plus it would help my anxiety in all the change that will take place soon.

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  386. demg98 says:

    Finally a non surgical solution to
    my most sagging area!
    Can’t wait to try them!

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  387. catherine anello says:

    Seeing these strips makes me want to go buy them! It is so needed for people like me 50+ looking for some freshness in our faces everyday …..it sounds like a great product – off to google it!! 🙂

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  388. shootingstar says:

    oh my goodness – the before picture shown is like me – … but mine are even more so — I need help! I am 51 – want wider – more open eyes – so people can see my soul hiding inside.

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  389. Sandra Crispo says:

    Guess the deep lines at corners, or the too thick brows that are extra long.

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  390. elle says:

    would love to lose the drooping skin above my eyelids

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  391. puertoricolady41 says:

    I love it!!!

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  392. Susan says:

    The blackness in the corner of my eyes give my face a dark hue and makes me look older. Concealers give it a whitewash look. My eyes need a light lift.

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  393. rose says:

    Have lost 40 lbs and can see it in many places but the eyes are the door to the soul; so they are the most noticeable to me and therefore in DIRE need!!

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  394. wrybbunz says:

    I’d like to forestall the sagging and the drooping and the bags….\:-/

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  395. Mary Jones says:

    I worry that they will end up like my dads. Drooping over my eye. I would love to look awake again

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  396. Denise McRae says:

    I would like to try the Victoris McGill Eyedefining Contour Strips because I have a special someone in my life. I would like to look more youthful and fun. My upper lids are drooping and takes away from my chocolate brown eyes, which were always my best feature. I hope you choose me!

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  397. nancy H says:

    I would like to have brighter eyes. Less of th “sleepy ” look.

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  398. Karen says:

    I used to have beautiful big blue almond shaped eyes. Over the years they appear smaller due to the sagging skin of the eyelid. Sometimes I stand in front of the mirror wondering where those eyes are today!

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  399. GinaParker says:

    I would change the dark circles that makes me look like a zombie if I don’t have concealer on!!

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  400. Atlgidget says:

    I would love to see my eyelids like I was 30 again!

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  401. nascarblue3 says:

    no doubt the sagging from my top eyelid, my mom had this also, i suppose to have it taken care of it would require surgery, at this point i cannot afford surgery, we are putting our youngest daughter thru school and her education comes above everything else, without question! she told me, “Mom, if you really want this done, i will work extra hours and help you” well besides the sagging lids, i also had tears in my eyes. i explained that her education comes first and i love her very much for wanting to help her Mom. of course this would be great to win and my daughter and i would have fun, “as she puts it” applying the strips. thank you for tis chance to uplift my upper lids, good luck to all, and to my daughter, I love you sweetheart, stay in school and reach for your goals, all my love, Mom.

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  402. Glenda says:

    Age and gravity are not a marriage made in heaven and they seem to want to make a home on my face. So starting with a eye lift without surgery would suit me just fine.

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  403. mandrada says:

    I have a very stressful job and I have insomnia, so with lack of sleep, my eyes have the biggest eye bugs and crow’s feet. What is sad is I am only in my early 50’s and I look like my mother. I’d give anything to look rejuvenated and for once come to work not looking like I am doped.

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  404. christy says:

    I’d love to firm & lift & improve the tone of the skin!

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  405. Francine says:

    I most want to change the wrinkles, dark circles and puffiness around my eyes! 🙂

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  406. Pat says:

    I would most like to change the bags or skin under my eyes.

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  407. serenitey says:

    The darkness under my eyes

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  408. serenitey says:

    The darkness under my eyes.

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  409. Nancy says:

    I would love to get rid of the sagginess! Like so many others I’m a little afraid of the surgery and i just can’t justify that expense right now.

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  410. gramhebert says:

    My daughter will be getting married soon and I think this product would really help me look my best for her big day.

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  411. Carol says:

    Look awesome–and I need them really bad! My lids have been drooping for years. Surgery is too costly and too scary!

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  412. Diane says:

    If I could change just one thing about my eyes, I would give myself thick, long, dark, lush eyelashes. I think the female eye with long lashes is so beautiful, so warm, so inviting. I know there is a medication one can get, Latisse, I think, but it is quite expensive just to have long lashes. I can put that money to better use helping my granddaughter thru her master’s degree. So I just have to use mascara. It would be nice just to have naturally beautiful eyelashes like some do.

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  413. TuKute says:

    It’s spirit. You know, that look of self confidence that shines through your eyes because you look fabulous.

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  414. tarheel4ever says:

    Crow’s feet! I’ve had them forever from so much laughing and smiling – hard to complain about that, though! 🙂

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  415. Kandy Williams says:

    I would give anything if I could have a lid lift. I have always been told how beautiful my eyes were, but since I turned 50 and had a hysterectomy, my lids have started drooping. This is a very exciting product and would LOVE to test them!!!

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  416. Denise Dentley says:

    I am 55 and my eyes are just starting to show extra “baggage”. I am working on toning up my body, and I would love for my eyes to appear more defined and toned also, to match my new body and to better reflect my vibrant personality!

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  417. Nancy J Owings says:

    Not being able to afford eyelid lift surgery, the lids are starting to interfere a tad with my vision. I would love to be able (and for people also) to see my beautiful eyes again. I would also like to be able to wear eye makeup properly.

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  418. bestfind says:

    Can’t remember what my eyelids look like, would dearly love to see them again. Need this product, please!

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  419. Hilda says:

    I would like to “push Up” the puffy area between my brows and fold of my eyes.

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  420. Jeanette says:

    I hate when I tell people I always had enormous eyes, and they get this look. Sorta a “uh huh sure you did” look. What happened??

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  421. bobbi Mac Gregor says:

    My eyes need all the HELP they can get! My upper eyelids are going to soon COVER my eyes and I do NOT just have “crows’ feet I have the ENTIRE crow. They are “puffy” as well [DRATS]. As you can see I am EXTREMELY needy in this area! 🙂
    I can NOT have surgery as I had brain surgery and the doctors say that there is NOT enough skin on my right temple area to do ANYTHING! HELP!

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  422. PhyllisJ says:

    I would definitely want to get rid of these baggy upper lids! ugh!

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  423. cfarrellsc says:

    My droopy eyelids. So aging!

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  424. carolinablue says:

    What a fun way to get a rested/refreshed look without all the risk and expense of surgery!! I’m closing in on 60 fast and could sure use an eyelid picker-upper. Thanks Judy for sharing your secret with all the FOF sisterhood!

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  425. Pam says:

    The wrinkles around my eyes and a tighter upper lid!
    That would be great!

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  426. Catherine Sweeney says:

    OMG — I just looked in a mirror to see my eyes. I thought I always hated the droop beneath my eyes but when did my lid start hiding under that hood? I guess I better just keep wearing my eye shadow higher and higher so it can be seen!

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  427. deb preston says:

    I just want to look “not so tired” some days I feel I look so bad that I do not go out in public or look directly at my husband – ice packs – tea bags just don’t do it – please I really NEED to try these thank you!!!!!!

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  428. sissy_britches1 says:

    In between my eyebrow and my eye sags horribly. My dad had this as well as several other family members. I barely wear makeup anymore because of this. I would love to have a this diminished.

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  429. serenitey says:

    My dark eyes

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  430. HilLesha says:

    I’d love to get rid of dark circles.

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  431. Hope Wolf says:

    What I would like to change most about my eyes would be that I want to “open them up”. They used to be the sparkle point of my face but years and everyday stress have made them fade into my face and sometimes all the makeup in the world just doesn’t make them “pop” anymore.

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  432. ddeste says:

    I have overhang above my upper eyelids from Bell’s Palsey years ago. It was not really noticable until age and gravity began to kick in. I would love to try these strips as an alternative to surgery. I have to raise my eyebrows sometimes to focus…sick of headaches from this

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  433. Mommacat Melin says:

    Somewhere on my face are lovely brown eyes that my favorite person in the world – my dearly departed Dad – used to call “doe eyes”. His formerly doe-eyed daughter now requires a small forklift to lift the droopy eyelids to see aforementioned brown eyes. What I’d like to change about my eyes is simple: lift the droopy lids and shrink the lack-of-sleep bags so that I maybe can apply a basic amount of makeup. Then, maybe they’ll show up with the rest of my face! And smile and smile.
    Thanks.

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  434. Nancy Olson says:

    Shut the door. I hope it works! I wear glasses that make my eyes look bigger, and droopier–This appears to be the answer–I hope so, and I hope to be the one to try it out–after all I’m only 69.
    Hoping to get this one!!!

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  435. Rose Fogarty says:

    Oh, Where Oh Where has my eyeshadow gone???? I’d love to see the eyeshadow after I’ve put it on and look close to 29 like I feel!! The years are not kind to one when you get on top of the hill and see the bottom getting closer and closer as I look in the mirror. Would love to try your great new idea !!!
    I don’t like needles so surgery is out!!

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  436. Laura says:

    I think I miss looking wide awake! I do love my eyes, afraid to do the surgery thing for fear it would change them…but wish my eyes could look open and bright again 🙂

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  437. Soledad says:

    I had surgery on my eyelids many years ago because of Graves Disease. One eyelid is a little lower than the other and noticeable. I wonder if this product would help to adjust it to the proper height.

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  438. margaracantu says:

    one eyelid is higher than the other, so i would like to correct that!

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  439. Hannah B says:

    My upper eyelids need lifting, and not for purely cosmetic reasons I tend to get recurrent sores in the crease of one lid that my ophthalmologist thinks would be helped by having them lifted but I am reluctant. I’d rather do without the surgery.

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  440. Tamera Stevens says:

    I have had to take meds that have made my eyelids droop; I would love to have the chance to make them look like they used to, and to be able to see better again! It would be a Godsend!

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  441. Susan says:

    I have been told over the years that my eyes are my best feature; however now that 50 is just around the corner, fine lines, wrinkles, and dark under eye circles are becoming more noticeable. I would appreciate a way to minimize the signs of time.

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  442. beckie Sudduth says:

    I have struggled with this for awhile. Tried putting white eyeshadow on my lids so the sliver that does show will stand out…it’s better than nothing…still THIS does sound intriguing!!

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  443. Brenda says:

    My droopy eyes are the only thing that give away my true age – would love to do something about that.

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  444. Susan says:

    Would love to remove the droop over my eyes

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  445. Sandra Anderson says:

    Undereye puffiness due to years of allergies could be relieved. This is a great idea.

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  446. Jackie Mutschler says:

    I haven’t been able to see my upper eyelids for years! I know they are there somewhere!

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  447. juliemiler says:

    I’d most like to have an eyelift to open my eyes up again.

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  448. Marilyn Montague says:

    Wow could I ever use this. My eyes are drooping so bad I have no lids and they make me look much older because I never get enough rest due to my insomnia! I have tried everything on the market to lift them and nothing works!

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  449. nettie54 says:

    The eyes are what people see first on your face, so when they make you look older it’s not so good. My eyes have alot of puffiness below the eyes and some drooping of the upper lids. Would love to change that !!

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  450. serenitey says:

    My dark eyes are the first thing I want gone.

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  451. Noni says:

    My upper lids are so droopy, makes me feel tired all the time, and about 15 years older. I can hardly bear to look in the mirror, and most make-up doesn’t look very good.

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  452. Patti says:

    My eyelids are sagging so much now it affects my eyesight. HELP!

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  453. dee9ball says:

    Since entering into the big 50’s club I have noticed that my eyes are not as youthful as they used to be. As with other areas they aren’t perkey as they once were. I would love to give this a try.

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  454. becky says:

    I have beautiful blue eyes. However, you can’t hardly see them becuse of the upper lid droop. I would dearly love for everyone to see them again. If it works, I will be a spokesperson for the product.

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  455. Kathy says:

    Black circles under my eyes.

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  456. Joan Johnston says:

    i don’ want to have tired eyes all the time and I would love to get rid if my dark cycles under my eyes.

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  457. Janny says:

    My lids are droopy but the puffy under eye area is even worse. Help!

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  458. Joyce Anderson says:

    Wow – I really need these. My left eyelid is droopier than my right which gives me a confused look even when I’m not!

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  459. elizabeth coffey says:

    I would love to win this. I have droopy eyes and sure would like to give this a try.

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  460. spcale says:

    When I don’t eat well, I usually do low inflammation, my eyelids are non existant. It can happen in as little as an hour! I get the puff!!!
    I would love to see if these would help my Dad. He has leukemia now but also had something happen to his one eye-maybe a stroke? His one eyelid will not stay open and he wears dark glasses so you can’t see it. I wonder? It would do so much for his self image and maybe he could see better also.

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  461. MrsK says:

    My eyes have always been my standout look….deep set and vibrant green color. Now starting to get the “droop” hooded look and want my youthful eye back. I’m only 51 so would love to win this!!!

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  462. Kathy Crist says:

    I have( genetic) heavy skin on my eyelids. Now that I’m Fab Over 50 it has got much, much worse!! I would love to lift those heavy blankets!!

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  463. daystar100@aol.com says:

    I would like my eyes to look more youthful! I had my young teenagers when I was older so I’d like to look more like their mom, not their grandma!!!

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