How to Look Awake After a Late Night

The holiday season means late nights. But if you want to look fresh, despite the lack of Zzzzz's, then we have the solutions for you!

Puffy eyes are a dead giveaway and the first problem you’ll want to tackle to look awake. Classic tricks like rubbing an ice cube or holding a cold spoon under your eyes work wonders. But it’s even better to use an eye cream that adds moisture and rehydrates the skin.
We recommend: NovAge Ecollagen Wrinkle Smoothing Eye Cream

Lack of sleep is often dehydrating and can lead to dry, chapped lips. Exfoliate your lips with a muslin cloth or toothbrush, and then re-introduce moisture using a lip balm. If you’re planning to use lipstick, apply lip balm at the start of your makeup routine. This way, it has time soak into the skin and keep your lips flake-free.
We recommend: Tender Care Protecting Balm

Pale and tired skin is a common beauty symptom of not getting enough sleep. But it’s easy to fix! Start with a radiance boosting skin care routine that refreshes your skin. Then use a concealer to play down wrinkles, rosy blusher to add colour and a highlighter on your cheekbones, brow bones and the inner corner of your eyes to add glow. See how in this video.
We recommend: NovAge True Perfection

Featured in most zombie movies, dark circles can literally make you look dead. So make sure you combat the purple-toned skin with a yellow or orange-toned concealer. A bonus tip is to apply your concealer in an upside-down triangle shape, to give your face an instant lift.
We recommend: The ONE Concealer Kit

Red and tired eyes aren’t a pretty sight. But with a little makeup you can camouflage the redness pretty well. Using a white or nude eyeliner for your bottom waterline or using white, blue or grey eyeshadow will make your eyes appear whiter. You can also curl your lashes and use a black mascara to look more awake.
We recommend: The ONE Kajal Eye Liner

Words by: Photographs by: Martin Petersson, Getty Images