It can be hard to get a good night's sleep, especially if you're cramming for a biology test or are trying to finish your college essay. Despite the fact that looking your best following an all-nighter can be tough, Good Housekeeping recently broke down the top beauty tricks for feeling rejuvenated - even if you're not.
Feel the freeze
The ultimate way to get your face ready for the day is to splash some cold water on your complexion as soon as you wake up. The temperature drop works to constrict blood vessels in the face, helping to make your skin look smoother and more toned.
Keep your foundation light
Some ladies might think packing on foundation, primer and other products might help hide dark under-eye circles, but this can actually backfire, making you look worse. Instead, opt for a tinted moisturizer or a glowing blush to help even out your skin tone and help you seem more awake. Swiping a second layer of bright pink product on your cheeks might improve your look even more.
Helping your peepers look more open and awake is another great tip for looking better than you might feel. Always start by enhancing your lashes using an eyelash curler, followed by a few coats of volumizing mascara on your top and bottom lashes.
From here, rock a neutral gold or cream eyeshadow on your top lids to brighten the look even further.