Beauty Tips: Hangover Helpers
10 products that will make it look like you didn’t overdo it last night.
There’s nothing worse than the morning after a big night out. You feel awful and your face shows it. If you can sleep it off, great! But if you have to get out of bed and face the world, here are a few tips on how to hide the fact that you rolled in the door at dawn.
The odds are you didn’t do a great job of removing your makeup before you fell asleep. Make sure you’re starting the day with a fresh face by using a makeup remover. Josie Maran Argan Bear Naked wipes ($12, josiemarancosmetics.com) gently clean your face and remove all makeup in seconds.
You feel hung over because you’re dehydrated. In addition to that insatiable thirst that only Gatorade can quench, your skin is longing for a big drink as well. In only five minutes a hydrating mask like Fresh’s Rose Face Mask ($55, fresh.com) will make you feel refreshed and rejuvenated.
A late night out can translate into major under-eye bags in the morning. Use First Aid’s Beauty Detox Eye Roller ($24, sephora.com) to de-puff in no time flat. It contains caffeine to flush excess fluids from under the eyes and reduces the appearance of dark circles within minutes.
If your eyes scream “I had one too many last night,” use a few drops of Visine Advanced Relief ($3.99, cvs.com) to get rid of that bloodshot look and soothe your peepers.