8. Time for the eyes
Natural eye make-up will help you to look fresh, even if you overdone last night. Do not use dark eye shadows and eyeliners – they are likely to attract attention to your tired and probably red eyes. Nude eye make-up is the best option for you today. A matte eye shadow will help perk your eyes up, while glitter eye shadow can accentuate bags and puffiness. Also, creams are much better than powders, which can look cakey on dried-out skin. Use a neutral liner, too – blues and purples can emphasize redness and call attention to under-eye circles. You will look more refreshed if you put white eyeliner on your inner rims. This trick will also make your eyes look brighter and bigger.
Finally, use a lash curler before applying mascara; it will make you look more awake. This morning try to avoid thickening and high volume mascara, instead use lighten formulas which won’t clump. The best option here is to use a transparent eyebrow gel. It will slightly accentuate your eyelashes and your eye make-up will look more natural. Finally, pass the brush over your eyebrows to shape them. The shape of your eyebrows plays an important role in how you look.