Doesn't it feel like there are just not enough hours in the day, most days? We feel the same way, and we know a lot of you are probably puffy eyed and tired, but we have some quick solutuions to get a pretty, bright, wide-opened eye look when it's one of those mornings that you hit the snooze button a few times more than often.
It's not what you do in the AM, but what you do before you get to bed to have that gorgeous, wide awake look on your face.
Here's option #1 to try, before setting your alarm at night, wear a cold compress or eye mask on your eyes. Don't have one, grab a bag of frozen veggies and wrap it in a wash cloth or paper towel before applying to your eyes for about 10 mintues. My personal fave is a gel eye mask, but any of these will benefit your eyes in two ways; it will boost the circulation around your eye area and drains excess fluids that stick around that make your eyes appear puffy.
Option # 2, drink up! Drink lots of water and stay hydrated, this will remove the toxins in your body and the extra sodium, which will make your eye appearance brighter, plus give your entire face a healthy glow.
Option #3, moisturize, but not with any facial moisturizer. Get an eye cream rather than a regular lotion. The eye cream has specific ingredients and higher concentrations of certain ones (like emollients) that will cater to and safely help your under eye for an appearance that is healthy and bright.
Option #4, use a roller ball pen for under eye circles. Clinique makes a great one for night time under eye repair. The cool, metal rolling ball is enough to minimize our dark circles and depuff our inflated eyes.
Option #5, dark circles appearing darker than usual? Give them the tea bag treatment! Make yourself some tea, drain and let the tea bag cool so that it is warm, not hot, and then close your eyes, keeping the tea bags over them. Keep them on for about 20 minutes and try this 2-3 times a week.
Have your own depuffing, brightening eye remedy? Share it with us & let us know what works for you!