5 Beauty Tips to Make You Look Less Tired

A few items to perk up those Mondays (or "everydays").

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There's no denying it—sometimes that busy weekend shows up on your face first thing Monday morning. Since no one likes to slump-walk into the office looking exhausted, we've rounded up a few beauty picks and tricks that will keep you looking well-rested and alert so you start the week off right.

1. Clarin's Beauty Flash Balm, $45; sephora.com:This skincare product will tighten your pores and make your skin look more luminous.

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2. Garnier Fructis Anti-Eye Puff Roller, $12.99; ulta.com:Say goodbye to dark circles and puffy eyelids.

3. Rimmel Soft Kohl Kajal Eye Liner Pencil, $4.29; walgreens.com:Adding a touch of white eye liner to the inner corners of your eyes will brighten up your entire face.

4. Mary Kay Facial Highlighting Pen, $18; marykay.com:Lift the shadows that look especially dark with a highlighting pen that will make your skin look brighter.

5. Chanel Rouge Allure Lipstick in Pirate, $35; chanel.com: A red lip will make your teeth look whiter and take the focus off the main facial feature that's least forgiving when it comes to fatigue: your eyes.

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