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Five Products to Fake a Good Night's Sleep
According to a recent study, women wake up grumpier than men in the mornings. Though we’re slightly dubious, we do find ourselves lacking a good night’s sleep and thus, walking around in a dull complexion and lifeless eyes. READ: Is Not Sleeping Ruining Your Relationship? The term “fake it ’til you make it” certainly rings true with luminizing and hydrating products that catch light and mimic the results of being well-rested. So you’re in luck: we’ve got five products that will do the trick! If all else fails, just slap on some bright blush and call it a day.
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Benefit Cosmetics Fakeup

While you're working damage control, manage some crease-control on those dry and — we hate to say it — wrinkled spots. Benefit Cosmetics, $24
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Mark That's Brilliant Face & Eye Luminizer

You can swipe this luminizer anywhere but we're gonna recommend you go ahead and hit your under-eye zone immediately. Mark, $14
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Five Products to Fake a Good Night's Sleep

According to a recent study, women wake up grumpier than men in the mornings. Though we’re slightly dubious, we do find ourselves lacking a good night’s sleep and thus, walking around in a dull complexion and lifeless eyes. READ: Is Not Sleeping Ruining Your Relationship? The term “fake it ’til you make it” certainly rings true with luminizing and hydrating products that catch light and mimic the results of being well-rested. So you’re in luck: we’ve got five products that will do the trick! If all else fails, just slap on some bright blush and call it a day.

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