Since I'm a visual person I hardly ever remember the album title but I just remember what the album art looks like.
As a college student, I struggle to balance the important things in life--obviously food, my wild social life, and sleep. Throw studying and school activities in there, and there’s very little time left for a solid eight hours of blissful, uninterrupted shuteye.
Consequently, I often look very zombie-esque in the a.m. And this is quite annoying to me since one of my main goals in life is to look bright-eyed and bushy-tailed basically all the time.
So what does a girl do? She whips out all the tricks in the book in order to obtain those crystal-clear eyes she so desires.
Step 1: Conceal
Did you know that the darkest part of your face is actually the inner corners of your eyes? If you didn’t, now you know! Dab concealer on the inner corners and blend with your ring finger or a beautyblender.
Step 2: Curl
Curling your lashes may possibly be the most important step in making you look like you got a decent night’s sleep. For those of you that are nervous to use one, you shouldn’t be. Start at the roots of your lashes and hold down for 10 seconds or so. For optimum effect, blast your curler with a blow dryer for a few seconds before using--it works in the same way that a curling iron does.
Step 3: Drops
When I say that I would die without eye drops, I’m being dead serious. Rohto Cool Redness Relief drops are amazing. They have this incredible cooling effect, and they make my eyes look twinkly and bright. You’ll look like Santa Claus after you use them. And who doesn’t want that?
Step 4: Brighten
Add some highlighter to the inner corners of your eyes (where you concealed) and to your brow bone. Use a white or Champagne shade with subtle shimmer for an ethereal glow.
Step 5: Tightline + Mascara
- So, kids, how do you make yourself look awake after a night of little sleep?
- What are your Holy Grail products to help you fake a full eight hours?