Andrea Lavinthal, Author, Your So-Called Life
Andrea's beauty stats: On the verge of 30; fine curly hair; highlighted; minor fine lines
"One of my biggest pet peeves is when someone says, 'You look tired,' since what they really mean is, 'You look like crap.' That's why I rely on this eye-brightening strategy after a late night. P.S. If my peepers are really hurting in the morning, I place a bag of frozen peas over them for five minutes. It contours to the shape of my face and takes down the puffiness fast."
Garnier Skin Renew Anti-Puff Eye Roller
"This stuff is loaded with caffeine, which is great for deflating bags. Plus, the genius roller ball applicator feels super-refreshing on tired eyes. It says to roll over your under-eye area once or twice, but I tend to get a little 'roll happy.' Store it in your fridge to boost the effectiveness."
Too Faced Absolutely Flawless Therapeutic Herbal Concealer
"I apply this creamy concealer under my eyes as well as on my lids to cover up any darkness. The trick is to tap it on using your ring finger so you don't tug at the delicate skin around your eyes."
Stila Kitten Smudge Pot
"Applying a shimmery champagne shadow at the innermost corners of your eyes makes them appear bright and twinkly. I love this new cream version of Stila's most popular hue."