Including masks that cater to every skin type, luxurious makeup finds and hair-care saviors we love.
Some of them break down in as quickly as 28 days.
Including a drugstore favorite for under $10.
Dry! Shampoo! Foam!
KISS: Keep it simple, stupid! (Not that you're stupid, it's just an expression -- oh, you get it.)
Fashion week is fast approaching which means lots of dry shampoo. I'd even wager to say there's probably an uptick in sales of dry shampoo in New York during fashion week when so many of us are too busy to wash our hair like normal people. Gross but true. This one, by Klorane, is my favorite. It's also Karl Lagerfeld's favorite. So. There you go.
In the wake Hurricane Sandy, hundreds of thousands of people still don't have power. We know firsthand how hard it has been to try to shower, work, look presentable, etc., in the aftermath of this "perfect storm." While many have been able to relocate to higher and drier ground, we know a lot of people who can't and are either sticking it out sans power, or living out of a suitcase. Luckily there are a lot of options out there to keep yourself looking neat and clean when you have to go back to work that don't require power or even water.
I’m an organic freak. If anyone dared open my bathroom cabinet they'd be bombarded with Kiehl's, Aveda and bareMinerals. Sure, they’re easier on the