1. Be Ready To Fake (Lashes) It
If you can’t truly feel alive in the morning – don’t blame yourself, Thanksgiving parties can last for hours and will give you leftover eye bags. If you want to look awake, then fake it. As in “fake lashes” it! That’s in addition to your concealer and blush, of course. In less than five minutes, you get to have those beautiful popping eyes. If you need help putting them on since it’s your first time, here’s the tutorial you need.
2. Puffy Eyes — Gone In An Instant
Would you believe I haven’t posted any “I woke up like this” selfies? One reason: puffy eyes. If you’re in the same boat as me, and you need to get out of the house immediately, then you definitely need concealer. Urban Decay’s Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer is awesome for girls with dry skin. Nevertheless, since it’s full coverage, it hides your puffy eyes and even early wrinkles and fine lines.
3. Make A Statement With Smoky Eyes On Reverse
Go daring (but still easy to do) with your makeup on Black Friday and go with something smoky. Let’s do a little twist here: do a reverse smoky eye. Does that sound confusing? Nu-uh, it’s actually the eldest sibling of the smoky eye looks you know today, and it’s easy to do.
4. Keep Your Eyes on the Prize With Eye Products that Won’t Budge
What if you don’t want the smokey look and you know, you’re trying to keep the “let’s keep it natural” makeup tradition? Then just use some eyeshadow. But wait, before you grab yours, think of the heat, the sweat, and the possibly hours of falling in line. Do your current eyeshadows stand all of that? If it’s a no, then get this Neutrogena Crease Proof Eyeshadow. It’s ridiculously cheap, and it’s a must-have. It doesn’t cause smudging and creasing and it’s rich in antioxidants to continuously moisturize your eye area. It has a built-in primer so it’s meant to last on the lids.
5. Be Ready To Cut It With On Fleek Contour And Highlight
Let your face shimmer, so they’ll never know you haven’t slept a wink (although I really hope you did). One way to do it is by applying contour and highlight. You can use the Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit. You have five quad palettes to choose from, with each retailing at roughly $40 to $45. It’s metallic and shimmery and can be blended to highlight your upper cheekbones, the corner of your eyes, and even the body.