Halloween Hangover: 3 Simple Ways To Beautify After A Crazy Night Out

So Halloween is today, hurray! When this holiday lands on a Friday, there's no telling what the weekend will bring. Enjoy the candy, the parties, the drinks, and the costumes!

But remember after the festivities, you're gonna need a little R&R to recoup all that spent energy. Not to mention the shape your skin will be in after sleepless nights, junk food, and face paint. 

Check out our tips to help skin bounce back:

Pull back the mask. So the fact that there will be Halloween parties all weekend long will tempt a lot of people to leave their makeup on and rage from Friday until Sunday morning. Don't fall for it! Sleeping in your makeup is already bad for your skin on a regular basis, but on Halloween? Fuhgedabout it!

You'll likely have on colors and formulas you don't normally wear, so don't risk waking up to a nasty breakout because you fell asleep wearing your zombie or skeleton makeup. Take it all off and reapply it for the next party properly.

Soak tired muscles. During the craze of the costume parties, all the dancing, standing, and bar crawl walking will seem like nothing. It's only after you wake up the next day, that you're sore all over.

Have a trusty Epsom salt bath ready to help you recover. It is one of the most versatile household products, with uses ranging from creating at-home spa treatments, to soothing achy muscles. It's been used therapeutically for hundreds of years, and is a safe, economical alternative in a sea of expensive, over-the-counter remedies. 

Hit the Salon. The great thing about a nail salon is it's always super crowded the day before a holiday, but after the celebrations are over, they're practically empty!

So take advantage a book a foot massage to soothe those tired dancing feet.

Trust us, we will be using all three of these vital tips this weekend too! How about you? Tell us with a note below! Happy Halloween!

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