You may or may not have way too many drinks to bring in the New Year. And, hangover cures don't always work, here are 5 products to hide that New Year's Eve.

Usually, since I'm fresh out of college, my hangover cure has always been some McDonalds, a bacon egg and cheese, and orange juice, which I refer to as "nectar of the gods." But either way, people can totally tell I had a good night last night. Try these products out to hide that New Year's hangover. Who's says you can't fake it til you make it?

  • 1

    Cold Spoon Under Your Eye

    This age old trick reduces the puffiness under your eyes when concealer just won't come to your rescue. If you feel like splurging, you can also try: Skyn Iceland Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels, which also cools down this area.

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    Undereye Concealer

    I have to admit, undereye concealer will always be my go to when it comes to covering dark circles and puffiness. Its perfect to use especially when blended properly. You don't even really need to splurge on this product. I specifically use a concealer stick from Maybelline, and it has not failed me yet.

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    Dry Shampoo

    Who says you can't still wear that hairdo from last night? I LIVE by dry shampoo especially because I suffer from thin oily hair. Dry Shampoo is perfect if you suffer from oily hair like I do, or even just to do a quick freshen up. I specifically use any Baptiste product from the drugstore.

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    Blink Tears Eyedrops

    This was specifically suggested to me by Heather DeLuca, and I never even thought to use eyedrops! Eyedrops are perfect to reduce that red irritation you feel after a night of drinking.

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    Too Faced Hangover Replenishing Face Primer

    While in NY, I used to bartend every weekend, so sometimes my makeup needed a little extra help to stay put. My fellow bartender suggested this product to me, and it gives you a fresh faced healthy glow to your makeup. It's a little pricey ($32.00) but definitely worth it.