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14 Beauty Products To Take You From The Afterparty To The Morning After

Your skin, hair, and face will thank us.

When it comes to afterparty beauty, the best approach is more: more glitter, more glam, more color, more everything. (See: NYLON dream girl Chappell Roan, who nails it every time.) An eye swathed in shimmering silver shadow paired with Prada Monochrome Hyper Matte Lipstick and perfectly mussed hair are all you need to transform into your Euphoria-esque, “creature of the night” alter ego. Add to that a spritz of your favorite perfume — we’re reaching for Rabanne Fame for its amber-y, come-hither effect — and your after-hours glam should last you from the the first drink to last call and beyond.

As for the morning after? Full recovery mode, obviously — but that doesn’t mean bed rotting with the blinds drawn is the only option. (No judgment if that’s your MO, though.) To wake up even the most parched skin, spritz Byroe Hibiscus Tea Glow Mist, slather on Laneige’s hyaluronic acid-infused moisturizer, and finish with E.l.f. Illuminating Face Primer to fake eight hours of sleep in less than 10 seconds.

Whether you’re amping up a glittery look en route to the afters or spending a morning dealing with the aftermath of an early morning, er, late night, these products will help ensure your skin, hair, makeup, and aura are immaculate at all hours.

For Reviving At Night

Rabanne Fame Parfum

This icon-ready fragrance from Paco Rabanne is an ode to the aughts It Girl. A bouquet of fruits and florals is grounded by woodsy notes, resulting in a summertime-meets-noir scent. The juicy and moody perfume also comes with a promise of sillage, designed to linger in your hair and in the air for as long as your night lasts.

To Refresh The Morning After

Photographs by Daniella Midenge

Photo Director: Alex Pollack

Editor in Chief: Lauren McCarthy

Executive Beauty Director: Faith Xue

SVP Fashion: Tiffany Reid

SVP Creative: Karen Hibbert