10 Ways to Fake a Good Night’s Sleep
By Elise Minton Tabin |
If you didn’t get a solid eight hours of shut eye last night (or the night before or the night before that), there’s no reason to freak out. In fact, no one needs to know. You can easily depuff baggy eyes, hide red and splotchy skin and breathe life back into your complexion with these saviors.
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The name La Mer may be synonymous with some of the most high-end skin care money can buy, but its new lightweight, stay-put foundation promises not to disappoint. It magically makes skin look perfect and pores barely visible, making this makeup a must for late nights.
We all know how important a good eye cream is when your eyes aren’t looking so fresh. Loaded with cucumber extract, which instantly revitalizes the skin around the eyes, and shea butter, for added moisture, this freshly scented gel goes to work on contact to combat dark circles and puffiness.
Klorane BB Eye Cream ($26)
When time is of the essence and you need to tackle all your eye concerns in one shot, reach for this rollerball BB cream, made specifically for delicate eyes. Not only does it create an illuminating effect under the eyes, but it’s also super easy to use, and one shade, which covers up imperfections, suits all.
You may not think of highlighter as a must-have for tired-looking skin, but you’d be surprised as to what this creamy one is capable of doing. Dab a few drops on your temples, the tops of your cheeks and on your Cupid’s bow for more polished -ooking skin that gleams and glows.
Sheet masks can do wonders for skin that needs a little pick-me-up. This one, which is made with medical-grade materials, helps to brighten dull skin so that it looks that much better regardless of what occurred the night before.