London, A good night's sleep is the best treat you can give your skin so that it looks fresh and glowing, says a make-up artist.
Jenni Shaw, who has worked with celebrities featured in some of the world most glamorous magazines including Cosmopolitan, More, GQ and Teen Vogue, agrees that cosmetics can spruce up a person's looks. But there's nothing better than a sound sleep, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
"While make-up can create a range of illusions that modify a person's appearance, nothing compares with the benefits of a good night's sleep," Shaw said.
"Lack of sleep can have such an impact on the appearance of your skin - I should know I have a six-month-old daughter! Skin can appear dull, grey and dark circles surrounding the eye area can appear. Sometimes lack of sleep can result in blemishes on the face, or the opposite problem of dry patches," she added.
Here are some make-up tips one can follow for a fresh looking face: