Dealing with outdoor elements is part of being a runner, and the effects of those elements leave their mark – sometime good and sometimes not so good.  For instance, I usually look disgusting when I sweat during a hot run.  Many of my friends, however, somehow manage to pull off the sweaty look.  They glisten.  While I can’t make the sweat work for me, I have noticed that the cool, crisp October air attacks a lot of the morning puffiness under my eyes.  I love that.  On mornings I don’t run, it takes a while for my eyes to de-puff.  The sun is a tough one – it finds its way through the sunscreen I sweat off and leaves spots it’s been working on…