10 Ways to Refresh Tired-Looking Eyes

A soothing eye massage is one of the best things you can do to start your day when you have tired eyes. It helps increase blood circulation to the eye area and releases muscle tension.

1. Give Yourself an Eye Massage

The Everything is Better in Pink Eye Masks by Grace & Stella were carefully made to improve the look of skin that is sagging and wrinkled under the eyes.

2. Reach for Eye Masks

Next morning, put two metal spoons in the fridge and use them on your eyes. The temperature of cold spoons helps tighten up swollen skin, which makes it look less puffy. 

3. Use Cold Metal Spoons

If Eyes Could Smile Eye Cream from Grace & Stella brightens and moisturizes to get rid of dark circles, wrinkles, fine lines, and puffy eyes.

4. Don’t Skip the Eye Cream

The golden rule of one-glass-of-water-to-one-glass-of-wine rings true. Alcohol can contribute to under eye swelling and puffiness the next morning.

5. Stay Hydrated While Drinking Alcohol

If you’re a Charlotte Tilbury fan (who isn’t?), you’re going to love her tips and tricks for brightening your eyes.

6. Makeup for Tired Eyes: How to Look More Awake

A great concealer can help you look refreshed and wide awake. Liquid concealer tends to work best on the thin skin around the eyes.

7. Use Concealer to Brighten

While you may reach for coffee to help wake you up, holding off on your morning cuppa will do wonders for your eyes.

8. Minimize Caffeinated Beverages, Increase Caffeinated Eye Products

Salty foods are a major cause of inflammation and edema. Ingesting too much salt causes water retention, which can cause puffiness around the eyes.

9. Cut Down on Salt

Highlighters can also brighten eyes. To instantly make your eyes look larger and rested, apply highlighter to the inner corner with a tiny brush.

10. Highlight Your Eyes