A late girls' night out? Have a new infant to care for? Your eyes will show it.
Lack of sleep can lead to under-eye puffiness. If you can't lie down and catch up on a few extra hours of sleep… let me indulge you with some remedies to reduce eye bags and puffiness.
Apply a cool compress to your skin. Wrap a gel-filled ice pack with a soft cloth and hold the compress under each eye for two to three minutes per eye.
Once you've treated your under-eye puffiness, hide the resulting dark circles with makeup. A concealer stick or liquid foundation that matches your skin tone works best. Finish your look with a light dusting of facial powder to set the makeup and reduce any shine. Tuck the makeup in your day bag for an afternoon touch-up if needed.