You have to be very careful when injecting around the eye area because if fillers are not injected properly in this area, they can actually increase under eye bags/dark circles or even create them. I can't tell from your photographs if it's bruising, hyperpigmenation or Tyndall effect. This effect happens from scattering of light through thin eyelid that occurs when an HA filler is placed superficially in the skin. Luckily Restylane can be dissolved away with a hyaluronidaze if there is a problem. See your injector for a FU to address the issue.
Hi ~ The Tyndall effect, which is caused by fillers that are injected too superficially, leads to a bluish discoloration in the areas where fillers were injected. It is hard to tell from your photos. Most bruising should be resolved or improving by 3 weeks therefore it could likely be the tyndall effect if it is getting worse. I would recommend discussing this with your injector since it has been 3 weeks since the initial injections. Good luck!
Thank you for sharing your question and photograph. It is difficult to comment without pretreatment photographs but it appears that you have bruising and not Tyndall taking place. I would recommend Arnica Montana topically as well as warm compresses to see if you can't accelerate absorption of the bruising by your body. Hope this helps.
It would be nice to compare pretreatment photos with post treatment photos. I can't really see much with the photo.
Thank you for sharing your question and photo. It is extremely rare to experience the Tyndall Effect with Restylane. It is more common with the other fillers. You likely have bruising. Give it a week to pass. Good luck,
Thank you for sharing your case and photo. It doesn't look like a Tyndall effect, but I can't tell for sure by looking at your picture. You may want to consider a consultation with an oculoplastic surgeon to discuss all of your options. Good luck!