Sign Up

Already have an account?

Forgot your password?

Get back to the

Reset your password

5 Celeb Tips for Looking Wide Awake When You’re Dead Tired

5 Celeb Tips For Looking Wide Awake When You're Dead Tired

We’ve all been there! After a night of partying or a long day at work, your face starts to show fatigue. Us Weekly asked some of your favorite celebrities how they keep their complexions fresh when they need to fake looking awake. Find out their secrets and get the scoop on which products to use!

Kate Somerville’s IllumniKate Concealing Eye Cream, Urban Decay’s Perversion Mascara, Patchology’s Energizing Eye Patches, The Body Shop’s Drops of Youth Eye Concentrate, Ahava’s Dead Sea Eye Osmoter Concentrate Youth & Cellar Energizing Serum

1. Julianne Hough

“Concealer is a go-to item for looking awake and rested for sure,” the Dancing With the Stars judge says. Us recommends Kate Somerville’s IllumniKate Concealing Eye Cream to add some moisture and rejuvenate your tired eyes. ($42,

PHOTOS: Stars' Favorite Beauty Products

Read article

2. Heidi Klum

“Put on an extra coat of mascara and a smile,” the America’s Got Talent judge says. “Then people won’t notice, hopefully!” Try Urban Decay’s Perversion Mascara for longer, beautiful lashes. ($22,

3. Jamie Chung

Jaime Chung
Jamie Chung

“I feel like a good concealer and a shot of cayenne lemon juice can help you start the day with a zing,” the Real World alum says. “And also there are these really great silicone patches that go under your eye. You keep them in the fridge so they’re cool and then they just help take down swelling and redness.” We recommend Patchology’s Energizing Eye Patches, a three-step kit — serum, micro-current-enabled patches, and wipes — that can be worn for at least 20 minutes and up to 12 hours for maximum hydration. ($75,

PHOTOS: Stars' Favorite Timeless Fashion Tips

Read article

4. Rosario Dawson

The Sin City actress sticks to the basics. “Cold water on the face!” she reveals. “And I would say also eye drops are key.” Roll away those puffy eyes with The Body Shop’s Drops of Youth Eye Concentrate, a plant stem cell-enriched treatment that reduces those annoying bags under your eyes. ($30,

PHOTOS: Editors' Beauty Picks: Fall 2015 Edition

Read article

5. Olivia Palermo

“I think the only trick is to just get more sleep,” the socialite admits. In addition to a good night’s sleep, try Ahava’s Dead Sea Eye Osmoter Concentrate Youth & Cellar Energizing Serum. The serum is made of cucumber and aloe vera to relax the skin around your eyes in addition to Bird of Paradise extract to balance discoloration. ($50,

For access to all our exclusive celebrity videos and interviews – Subscribe on YouTube!