Home remedies to reduce puffy eyes
- Applying a cold compress. Anything cold can help with inflammation and swelling, as it reduces blood flow.
- Applying cucumber.
- Applying tea bags.
- Trying witch hazel.
- Using an eye roller.
- Applying a face and eye cream.
- Trying massage.
- Changing the diet.
How do you make puffy eyes look less puffy with makeup?
Along with concealing, include a highlighter in your eye makeup ritual as it is one of the best ways to hide puffy eyes and brighten your face to give the illusion of eyes that are free from under-eye bags. A little bit of luminous glow and shine under your eyes can do wonders and take the puffiness away.
What makeup will cover puffy eyes?
First, choose a darker shade of concealer to use on the actual eye bag. Apply directly on the swollen skin and blend. Next, use a lighter concealer underneath the bag to add some depth. "It's a visual trick that contours the under-eye," Irwin says.
How do you cover up crying?
If you weren't wearing eye make-up, adding some now will make your eyes pop in a different way. If you don't wear make-up, try adding earrings or anything else on your head/face to draw attention from your post-cry face. Sunglasses work especially well if you're going to be outside.
How do you make it look like you weren't crying?
How to look like you haven't been crying
- Take the red out. Stock up on eye-drops that claim to take the red out of your eyes.
- Wash it away. Especially important if you've been wearing makeup and made the rookie mistake of not wearing waterproof mascara.
- Open up.
- Cover up.
How do you cover puffy eyes from crying with makeup?
Next, apply a little more concealer than you normally would to the areas around your nose, under your eyes, and most importantly, along your lash line and over your entire eyelids. "Any time you cry, your blood vessels enlarge and rise near the surface of your skin, so they're more visible," Schlip says.