These eye drops are an underrated beauty secret

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Not all beauty secrets come in makeup form. If you want to make your eyes pop in that selfie or look a little bit more awake in your FaceTime call, you don’t always have to turn to a concealer or good lighting. In some cases, all it takes is a few eye drops.

Whether you wear contact lenses or not, our eyes get can get a little red from time to time — and sometimes we don’t know why. It could be because of sleep deprivation or because you’re looking at your computer screen too long. When this ocular redness occurs, you might consider using Lumify Eye Drops.

They’re designed to help make your eyes brighter and whiter by “selectively targeting” the redness in your eyes. It’s actually a beauty trick that Hailey Baldwin’s makeup artist Vincent Oquendo told Vogue Magazine he uses for when he creates certain red carpet looks.

“Most of my red carpet looks are focused on creating big eye looks for my clients,” Oquendo told Vogue. “One of my tricks for making my clients eyes appear brighter, whiter, and more radiant is starting with Lumify Redness Reliever Eye Drops. They work differently by targeting redness while maintaining the flow of blood and oxygen to the eyes helping with rebound redness.”

Shop: Bausch + Lomb Lumify Redness Reliever Eye Drops, $11.21

Credit: Lumify

It’s pretty straightforward and the drops are seemingly easy to apply. According to one of the brand’s instructional videos, all you need to do is put one drop in each eye and you’re good to go. But if you have contacts, be sure to remove those first.

Additionally, your might not need to reapply the drops often, depending on the amount of redness. As mentioned in the product description, one application can last up to eight hours.

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