When it comes to makeup, putting on a little can go a long way. Less is more. Too much concealer or coverage can actually draw more attention to those areas.
Refresh Your Tired Skin
- Start with a gentle scrub as opposed to your daily cleanser. The physical sensation and act of buffing your skin can help to wake up your sense and take off some of those dead skin cells. In turn, this will provide you with an automatic healthy glow.
- Depuff with serum while lightly massaging it into your face. Put some serum on your fingertips and press your fingers between your eyebrows while massaging upwards to your forehead. Do the same thing in the center of your face and out to your cheekbones and to your ears. Go down a bit more and do the same to your jawline. This can help flush some of the excess fluid and decrease puffiness.
- Enhance your look by applying a tinted moisturizer instead of concealer for a more glowy look.
Get Rid of Your Puffy Eyes
- Soothe your eyes by freezing four metal spoons for 15 minutes and placing them on your eyes until the metal warms up. The coolness from the metal will help de-puff the eyes.
- Conceal the dark circles and puffiness with some concealer after applying your tinted moisturizer. Using a single shade lighter than your skin tone can do wonders and make your eyes appear brighter.
- Use highlighter in the corner of your eyes to brighten them up and apply mascara — a blue shade of mascara is known to brighten them best.