Ready in ten minutes or less!
Things you’ll need:
Start with Concealer.
No matter your skin tone, a creamy concealer with a yellow base will counteract dark circles. Dot it under your eyes and on red areas like the corners of your nose and mouth. To blend, press and roll your ring finger over the dots. If you wear foundation, smooth that on next. To cover veins and redness around the eye, make sure to pat some concealer all over your lids, up to the brow bones.
This gives you that wide-eyed effect, plus it makes any under-eye puffiness less noticeable. To do your lower lashes, hold the wand vertically and lightly brush each lash.
A soft, peachy pink color adds radiance to all skin tones. Just choose one that's not too shimmery, because sparkly cheeks never look natural. Swirl the hue on the apples of your cheeks, then sweep the brush up along your cheekbones. Nothing says a hang over like lifeless dull skin!
Now let's address your hair:
If you are waking up with hair that was styled the night before and you feel like it's not TOO greasy- apply dry shampoo at the roots and let it sit. Spray a little of the dry shampoo through the ends to absorb any oil. Then follow any of these tutorials and finish with hairspray!