A One Legged Man in a Butt-Kicking Contest
Every now and then you have to work really late on a project and end up sleeping pretty poorly or not at all. Boo’ friggity woo, the next morning you look like one of the living dead or like a one legged man in a butt-kicking contest. When people comment that you look tired, you begin feeling self-conscious about the bags and dark circles under your eyes and everything else about your appearance. Is there something you can do to not look like crap after a bad night of sleep?
Lack of sleep really pulls a number on us, doesn’t it? However worry not anatomicals are here to the rescue! It isn’t too hard to look office-presentable or cover up these signs of sleep deprivation, bypassing rude comments about how tired you look.
Here’s the anatomicals way to winning in a one legged man in a butt-kicking contest.
Step 1: Take a Good Strong Shower with Our Own Anatomicals Shower Gels
No, we’re not kidding. Taking a shower is dead obvious, do not skip this. Don’t. Drag yourself in there so the warm shower can wake you up, and if you have one of those exfoliating body scrub or energizing shower gels to use, all the better.
We recommend these items:
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While you’re in there, use an exfoliating scrub for your face to brighten dull, pale-looking skin caused by lack of sleep.
Step 2: Combat The Signs of Lack of Sleep
Pale, tired skin
When you get to work or later in the day, get 5 to 10 minutes of exercise in—a brisk walk or some stair climbing—to get some youthful glow back into your skin.
Bonus tip: If you’re a lady, put on lipstick, whatever color brightens you up. (I’m not normally a makeup person, but when you’re faking wakeful put-togetheredness, a distracting, colorful lip really works.)
Step 3: Throbbing Headache Relief
Pesky headache is pestering your daily routine and can’t help you step up a gear. than you will need:
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Step 4: Preventative Care
For next time, keep in mind some additional tips that may help you look fresher in the morning if you have a short night:
- Use extra pillows and sleep on your back.
- Limit caffeine and alcohol before bed time.
- Drink lots of water: Before you go to bed and when you wake up to hydrate your whole body.