7 Ways That Sleepless Nights Always Show in Your Face ...


You could be having sleepless nights because you’re overloaded with homework, you’ve got insomnia or your coffee habit needs to go.

Whatever the reason for your sleepless nights, one thing is sure.

It’s going to show in your face.

These’re 7 specific ways that your face tells on you for not getting enough shut-eye.

1. Your Eyes Become Bloodshot

When you’re not logging enough sleep, your eyes are going to be bloodshot.2

It’s not a pretty look and no amount of eye makeup will help.

One thing you can do is try some Visine.

Like the advertisement says, “it gets the red out.” None of these side effects of sleepless nights are pleasant or attractive which is a great motivator for getting in bed at a decent hour.

2. Your Bags Are Packed

Meaning, the bags under your eyes.

I hate this perhaps more than anything else on this list.

One thing you can do to help with this is to apply a cool washcloth to help them go down.

An eye gel can help too, especially if it’s been stored in the fridge.

You probably also want to avoid a lot of eye makeup.

The last thing you want is to call more attention to your eyes when they aren’t at their best.

3. You’ve Lost Your Glow

It’s sad when you lose your glow!

This happens partially because your skin is dry.2

Your skin tends to dehydrate easier when you aren’t getting enough sleep at night.

While getting a full night’s sleep regularly is the cure, there’re some things you can do to help with this until then.

Drinking lots of water and slathering your face with moisturizer can both be beneficial.

4. Your Lips Are Dry

Not only is your face dry when you’re short on sleep but your lips are as well.

I think this’s one of the worst issues that result from lack of sleep.

Again, drinking water can help.

Layering up on lip balm is the other way to help your lips when they’re dried out.

My current favorite lip balm is by EOS so if you need a new one, you may want to check them out.

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