Post-Holiday Hangover Beauty Regimen
Having one too many can result in a pretty ugly morning, in more ways than one. So if holiday cheer gets the best of you, there are a few ways to awaken slightly more refreshed and feeling prettier, even if your insides don't exactly match. A hangover can show up on your face in several ways. First, start with a good scrub - a gentle exfoliator, to be precise. It can help slough off dead skin that makes your face look more dull and tired. If your face still looks sallow, then add some tinted moisturizer, which will help dried-out skin look more dewy and radiant. Some color helps, too. Opt for a creamy bronzer stick or multitasking cheek and lip stain. For puffy eyes with dark circles, keep wet chamomile teabags in the fridge to rest on tired eyes for a few minutes. Apply eye gel instead of a cream to soothe the area. A couple of great choices are Clinique's All About Eyes and Garnier's Nutritioniste Renew Anti-Puff Eye Roller, which applies eye gel with a cooling roller to reduce puffiness.