How to get rid of hickeys
Well, I am a total dumbass for starters. I was playing with a suction cup hanger thing and making it stick to my forehead. It left a circle onmy... Show More
Most Helpful Opinion
after you get a hickey you don't want go as soon as possible and cool that down. Ice (use something in between), cold water. Anything to stop the internal bleeding. This makes it allot less visible.
After about 48 hours you want the opposite. It is healed and now you need good blood circulation to start removing the deposited hickey. Use warm water or a heat pack.
You can at this point also try use a comb or toothbrush to firmly brush it breaking it apart making it easier to clean up. Just don't scratch your skin and make it worse.
Until its gone you might just want to hide the hickey using makeup or something.
What Guys Said 2
Well your options are pretty simple.
One - Wait a while for it to fade. Chances are it will go away within a day or so.
Two - Wear a beanie / toque out in public, and find your way to a friend or relative skilled with make-up, to cover it up and make it look normal until tomorrow.
Three - Just wear the hat, until tomorrow.
Any of those options should do.
What Girls Said 1
First, lmao that's so funny. Okay sorry lol. Now is it actually a hickey or is it just a red mark? I'd say give it a little bit of time and see if it fades. Since it's on your face, I would just use concealer to cover it.