16 Hair and Makeup Shortcuts
Top hair and makeup pros backstage at New York Fashion Week spill their timesaving tricks -- steal them and you might actually make it to work on time
Apply mascara first"My big philosophy is to do mascara first. If you do it first, even if you're in a hurry, you can add a gloss and you're done," says makeup artist Napoleon Perdis who created the makeup look for the Kaelen show. If more time allows he recommends contouring cheeks with a two-toned blush (try Dior Diorblush, $40) that can also be worn on the eyes, and then "you're done," he says.
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