7 Ways to Fake a Good Night's Rest

Photo by: Jeannette Kaplun
1. De-puff
If you have bags under your eyes, apply a anti-puffiness gel or a cool spoon on the affected area. Chilled teabags and cucumbers also work, but require more work ... more 
Photo by: Jeannette Kaplun
1. De-puff
If you have bags under your eyes, apply a anti-puffiness gel or a cool spoon on the affected area. Chilled teabags and cucumbers also work, but require more work on your side.
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Thu, Aug 2, 2012 2:18 PM EDT
Along with adulthood comes one-too-many sleepless nights. Aside from the usual consequences of working late or, uh, partying too hard -- exhaustion, inability to concentrate, sluggishness -- not sleeping enough can wreak havoc on your appearance. So in case too many people look at you with a bit of pity in their eyes and sneak in a "you look tired" comment, I have a few tips. No, I don't have a cure for under-eye dark circles, but you can improve the appearance of those shadows that make you look tired. Here are 7 steps on how to fake a good night's sleep, for those long nights. - By Jeannette Kaplun



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