Lazy Girl Beauty Tips for Busy Moms

First, we got our favorite beauty bloggers to share their money-saving tricks. Now, just in time spring, we asked our favorite mommy bloggers to give us the scoop on their quickie primping secrets.


February 16, 2012 2:12 PM
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Amber Shader

In the Bag

"Use caffeinated green tea bags to reduce puffiness under your eyes," explains Susan McLean, the founder of Divine Secrets of a Domestic Diva. "Soak the bags in hot water for a few minutes—and let them cool to room temperature!—before squeezing out the excess liquid. Then, place them on your closed eyes for a few minutes. The caffeine will increase circulation, and the antioxidants will have additional wrinkle-fighting benefits for you skin, too."

Pictured: Susan McLean; Divine Secrets of a Domestic Diva