How to Make Myself Look Less Tired Without Makeup or Surgery

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Making yourself look less tired doesn't actually have to involve makeup or surgery. Find out how to make yourself look less tired without makeup or surgery with help from a master makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Nicole Lundy, master makeup artiest at nelanibeauty.com, and I'm going to talk to you about how to look less tired without makeup or surgery. So under your eyes is one of the first signs that gives away when you're not feeling as rested as you should be. And there are a few things that you can do so that you don't look as tired. One of them is to sleep with your head elevated, when you sleep with your head elevated you drain all of the fluids from your, under your eyes, away from your face and you don't look as tired. Another thing that you can do is to reduce the amount of sugar, caffeine and alcohol about 6 hours before bedtime. These three elements causes fluid retention around your eyes and it can give the added look of puffiness around your eyes. Another tip to looking less tired without makeup or surgery is to use a cold topical treatment and examples of cold topical treatments include using a freeze, a spoon that you might put in the freezer for about 15 minutes, a cold tea bag, what ever your favorite maybe and then you can also use cold cucumbers, they all work. Another tips for looking less tired without makeup or surgery is to use a counter clockwise massaging motion with your ring finger under your eyes. And this is how you would do it, the reason you want to use your ring finger is because it's your weakest finger and under your eyes is one the most delicate areas on your face. And that is some of the ways you can look less tired without makeup or surgery. My name is Nicole Lundy, master makeup artiest at nelanibeauty.com.

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