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5 Ways to Fake a Good Night’s Sleep

Beauty products that help you to look more awake than you feel.
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1. Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex II

While it can’t make up for lost sleep (or the skin rejuvenation you’re missing out on), this hydrating and repairing serum will maximize every bit of rest you’re getting, so you wake up with a smoother, plumper complexion. ($92; esteelauder.com)

2. YSL Baby Doll Kiss and Blush in Fuchsia Desinvolte

A bright pop of color on cheeks and lips draws attention away from those exhausted eyes, and cheers up your entire face. ($40; yslbeautyus.com)

3. Benefit Ooh La Lift

Dab the creamy light-reflecting pigments onto under-eye circles to mask darkness and add brightness where you need it most. ($22; benefitcosmetics.com)

4. Rimmel London Soft Kohl Kajal Eyeliner

Line the inside of your lower lash line with this creamy white liner to erase redness and give the illusion of being wide awake. (in Pure White, $3.99; ulta.com)

5. Garnier Skin Renew Anti-Puff Eye Roller

The combination of caffeine and mini-massage roller action stimulates circulation under the eyes, which helps get rid of puffiness. ($13.50; walgreens.com)

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