Have you ever woken up in the morning, looked in the mirror and thought "Damn, I look tired"?Don't worry, we're right there with you. The last thing we want to do in the a.m. is layer on tons of brightening, illuminating, stimulating products in an effort to wake up our tired faces. But then again, we're not particularly fond of looking haggard and exhausted. Conundrum.
Well, as it turns out, Taylor has some nifty tricks up her sleeve to help you fake a fresh-faced appearance without going through a ton of hassle. Here, she shows us how with a lot less makeup, you can actually fake the effect of a full eight hours of shut-eye. Watch as she leads you from the land of dull and tired to bright-eyed and bushy-tailed in just a few easy steps. Consider it a shot of espresso for your makeup routine.
Chanel Perfection Lumière Flawless Fluid Foundation, $55, available at Chanel; Urban Decay Good Karma Optical Blurring Brush, $24, available at Urban Decay; Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector, $41, available at Becca; Tarte Maracuja Creaseless Concealer, $24, available at Tarte; ELF Essential All Over Color Stick in Pink Lemonade, $1, available at ELF; MAC Paint Pot in Groundwork, 18.50, available at MAC; Make Up For Ever Aqua Shadow in 30E, $20, available at Sephora; Kevyn Aucoin The Eyelash Curler, $20, available at Nordstrom; Rimmel Scandal Eyes Curl Alert Mascara, $8, available at Rimmel; Laura Mercier Flawless Fix Pencil, $20, available at Laura Mercier; MAC Eyeshadow in Espresso, $15, available at MAC; Avon Glazewear Liquid Lip Color in Peach Fizz, $6, available at Avon.
Taylor is wearing an H&M blouse and her own jewelry..