Hate hearing "mukha kang pagod" while toiling away to meet deadlines? Besides doing your best to relax your mind, try these makeup hacks to mask fatigue on your face.

1. Use a radiance-boosting face base.

When you’re sleep-deprived, your skin is dehydrated and it appears a bit ashy. Cover up a dull complexion by buffing your skin with a moisturizing and brightening BB cream, CC cream, or foundation.
cc cream
Bobbi Brown CC Cream, P2,350
Bobbi Brown is available at SM Megamall, SM Makati, SM Mall of Asia, and Rustan’s branches.

2. Mask your dark circles.

Disguise those panda eyes with a creamy peach concealer that can counteract the bluish hue of your eye bags. Set with loose powder to keep the concealer in place.
NYX Dark Circle Concealer
NYX is available at department stores.

3. Rim your waterline with flesh-toned eyeliner.

Fake wide-awake eyes by lining your waterline (the skin below your eyeballs) with a flesh eye pencil. Also, if you’re feeling bold, wiggle blue mascara on your lashes to make brown eyes pop.
NARS Larger Than Life Eyeliner in Rue Bonaparte, P1,450
NARS is available at Rustan’s branches.

4. Add color to your cheeks.

Dab cream blush on the apples of your cheeks to fake a healthy flush. Fair-skinned girls should go for pink shades, while morenas should bask in shades of peach and coral.
Artdeco Cream Rouge for Cheeks & Lips in Creamy Pink, P795

Artdeco is available at Beauty Bar branches.

5. Treat your skin to a soothing mask.
Before bedtime, reboot your skin with a facial mask that calms, de-puffs, and hydrates a tired face with plant extracts.
Origins Calm to Your Senses™ Mask

Origins is available at SM Makati department store.


SCREENCAP: The Intern/Warner Bros. Pictures (2015)

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