BEST FACE FORWARD
6 Techniques to Combat Fatigue
By Amy Koehler
hether it’s self-induced or you’re having trouble sleeping, it seems like we are all busy and feeling tired this time of year. No one wants a face that W broadcasts your exhaustion. Well, worry no more; I have your back – and your face. Here are six convenient, painless options to banish signs of fatigue.
1. DRINK WATER WITH PINK HIMALAYAN SEA SALT
3. EVEN OUT YOUR SKIN TONE
It seems counterintuitive, but just a pinch of sea salt in a glass of warm
Use a foundation that will cover any fatigue showing in your skin. If you’re
water will help rehydrate you from the inside out and make you feel better.
not too oily, pick one that has a dewy finish to combat the dullness sleeplessness causes.
2. HYDRATE YOUR SKIN
4. DEFINE YOUR EYES
This is the most important
Use a dark black liner to line the eye, and try to push your liner between
step – no amount of
the lashes, as well. This will make your eyes look wider and more awake.
makeup will look good on
Don’t forget your black mascara: Use an extra coat to open up your eyes.
dull, dehydrated skin. Apply
Stay away from eyeshadows with red undertones like purple or rich browns.
a quick hydrating mask
They will only make you look more tired.
like Dior Hydra Life Beauty
5. GIVE YOUR FACE SOME COLOR
Pick a bright-colored blush and build the color slowly. Bright colors bring
Mask ($43, Dillard’s). It takes
life back to washed-out skin.
just 10 minutes and feels cool and refreshing to waken
6. ETCH IN YOUR BROWS
up you and your skin. Plus, it leaves skin bright and glowy. While you’re at
You don’t need to be dramatic; just make sure your eyebrows look polished
it, apply an eye mask, too. I love Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Eye
and filled in. Groomed brows make you look more put together on hectic
Mask ($54, Ulta) for its superb brightening and de-puffing ability.
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