Celeb Tips On How To Look Well Rested When You Haven't Slept A Wink: From Bella Hadid To Kylie Jenner
These celebs know a thing or two about all-nighters.
It might be World Sleep Day, but let's be honest, you're probably too damn busy living that life of yours to get all the beauty sleep you need.
Fortunately, some of our fave celebs have the tips to get you looking like you've just emerged from a 10-hour-long rejuvenating slumber despite the fact you still haven't been home since Thursday night drinks.
So without further ado, let the stars who know a thing or two about all-nighters save you from those dark circles...
Lea Michele's traditional Chinese method
Your first point of call should probably be to try to reduce any swelling and dark circles under your eyes. Glee's Lea Michele swears by using a Jade Roller, which apparently promotes lymphatic drainage and encourages blood circulation.
The tool - which is an old Chinese tradition - in turn de-puffs the eye area. Phew.
Bella Hadid's five-minute glow up
Lymphatic drainage sounds great and all, but what about when your skin is looking drabber than the first Monday back after Christmas?
Bella Hadid's five-minute glow up ft. lots of concealer will save you. "I look really tired because I've been travelling for two months straight," she previously told Vogue.
"But it's OK, 'cause you know why? Foundation and concealer," she added. The model swears by applying Dior Diorskin Forever Undercover concealer under her eyes, on her nose and on her chin before adding a little bronzer and brow pencil.
Kylie Jenner uses pink to make them wink
Kylie Jenner uses a mixture of products from her own makeup empire and other brands to achieve an awake look. The babe uses two different concealers by Kylie Cosmetics under her eyes, mixing pink and beige-toned ones (she says the pink cancels out eye bags).
Plus for an overall glow, she mixes a few drops of the Marc Jacobs Dew Drops in with her Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation.
Lauren Conrad's potato trick
If you refuse to spend a small fortune on eye products, Lauren Conrad's potato trick is for you.
"To reduce puffiness, slice up a few refrigerated potatoes, soak them in water for a moment or two and then place them over your lids for 15 minutes," she wrote on her website: "Works like a charm."
Sophie Turner Gets A Little Help From Snails
The Game of Throne's babe swears by using 24-carat snail gel eye patches. "I have really bad circles under my eyes, so I always put on these 24-carat gold snail gel eye patches. They're not actually snails! I leave them for 20 minutes, take them off, and it brightens my eyes completely. It's amazing, I always, always use them," she told Elle UK.
Disclaimer: No snails have ever been hurt in the process of Sophie's holy-grail beauty tip.
J-Lo's pre-bed prep
If you're going to take advice from anyone, it should be Jennifer Lopez. Not only does she seem to be ageing backwards, but we've never seen her look like she couldn't sprint a Marathon at any given moment.
If her beauty regime is anything to go by, it's all about what you do before your head hits the pillow (even if it is only for a couple of hours). She told Well + Good she's a fan of using facial oils, which help naturally plump tired skin. She also swears by removing her makeup before bed without fail and hydrating with plenty of night cream.
So there you have it, who even needs to rest? Happy not sleeping, people.