Lazy Girl's Guide to Grooming
Are you too lethargic to have anything that even slightly resembles a beauty routine? We've got your back, lazy girls. Here's a slew of shortcuts to help even the most indolent among us get with the grooming program
Stock up on wipesThere's a towelette for everything these days. You can apply your sunscreen, remove makeup, and even fix your hair with these mess-free tools that only require a quick swipe. A few of our favorites? Ted Gibson Hair Sheets, $25, which smooth pesky flyaways; Supergoop Sunscreen Swipes with Zinc, $34, which provide UV protection; and Earth Therapeutics Tea Tree Oil Foot Wipes, $5.99, which clean and cool toes and feet.
Celebrity makeup artist Tina Turnbow (clients include Olivia Wilde and Claire Danes) recommends cleansing cloths that contain calming ingredients such as aloe vera, cucumber, and chamomile to prevent irritation. We suggest Yes To Cucumbers Facial Towelettes, $5.99.
Washington D.C.-based dermatologist Elizabeth Tanzi, MD, says despite the convenience these towelettes provide, hitting the sink is still essential to avoid breakouts. "Cleansing wipes are great but I advise my patients to give their face a full wash at least every two to three days."
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