How to Fake a Good Night's Sleep

Check out these simple secrets to making yourself look well rested.
2:26 | 12/23/14

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Also in the heat index, scrambling to pick up the last minute holiday gifts, maybe not getting enough sleep. But simple secrets to make it look like you're well-rested. Featured in the latest issue of "Dr. Osz the good life." We don't get enough sleep, occupational hazard. Since we can't add hours to the day to fit it in, here are a few hacks to fake it until you make it. The three words no one wants to hear. You look tired. Means you look old. Reporter: Who can blame you? Who has time for shut-eye? Not so wonderful when you wake up looking exhausted and drained of color. Reporter: There's nothing a good night's sleep can't fix. But if you're one of the one-third of Americans not getting the recommended seven to eight hours and need to look fresh, the good life magazine gave us an inside look at refreshing beauty tips. Combination of natural solutions and makeup tricks that anybody can do. Reporter: First that green tea isn't just for drinking. You can apply frozen boiled green tea bags to your eyes in the morning. The cold and the caffeine bring down the redness. And there are great plant compounds that take the puffiness out as well. Reporter: Another trick is right in your fridge. Pull out your whole milk. Soak a wash cloth in it and gently lay it on your face for a few minutes. Reporter: Skin care professionals say the lactic acid has a natural exfoliating effect. And it feels good, right? Reporter: White eye liner for the undereyelids. Brightens your eye. Reporter: Make the focus the lips. A little pop of color. Reporter: And nothing a good brush of blush can't freshen up. Only have time for one thing, I would say make it a pop of blush. Reporter: Simple solutions to keep an eye on the prize, no sleep required. And an expert tip from the in-house resident, that's me, wear a really hot outfit. No one cares what your eyes look like. Distraction. Don't take that advice. Check out those tips in the December issue of Dr. Oz: The good life. Very good tips, especially the last one. And up next in the heat

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