Should you be suffering from an epic hangover or a severe case of dehydration, there are legitimate companies that provide registered nurses to pump you full of vitamins and fluids via IV for a relatively small fee. With the gross amount of free champagne that flows continuously from New York to Paris, it’s a service worth adding to your little black book. If there were ever a substance, however, that I would like to receive intravenously during fashion month, it would be caffeine. A constant drip would be far better than running from show to show balancing a venti red eye in hand. While I wait for this pipe dream to become a reality, I’m relying on Glitter Injections—a syringe filled with sparkles that I discovered on fellow beauty editor Jessica Matlin’s Instagram. (Word to the wise: If you want to find products that truly impress, follow the women who have seen and tried it all.) A quick and painless dose of sparkle rimmed along the upper lash line brightens tired eyes (seen at Dries Van Noten’s Spring 2016 show); covers dark circles even better than concealer (look to Chanel’s Pre-Fall 2016 runway for proof); and camouflages brows in need of a cleanup when there’s no time to tweeze (a technique employed at Giambattista Valli’s Spring 2016 show). To use the Glitter Injections, you pull out the plunger, dip your brush inside the tube (in lieu of squeezing the sparkles through the needle-like tip), and brush it on top of an adhesive (like Urban Decay’s Bondage). Though this cosmetic-grade syringe won’t eliminate the steady stream of Starbucks that will be coursing through my veins for the next few weeks, it will undoubtedly perk up my beauty routine—and provide the ultimate glitter fix.