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
Opt for press-on nailsSure, press-on nails died an ugly death in the '80s along with poufy hair and velcro belts. But, they're back and now, negative association notwithstanding, they're pretty great. The best part, as Tanzi notes, is that press-ons are a better option than spending hours painting your nails and waiting for them to dry. We recommend Impress Press-On Manicure by Broadway Nails, $5.99, which mimic a flawless shellac effect thanks to the thinner plastic strips and trendy colors.
Or if you're obsessed with the amazing nail art options that are so trendy these days, try nail stickers. Sally Hansen Salon Effects Nail Polish Strips, $8.50, are ideal for the lazy girl who wants to flaunt polka dots or animal prints without having to actually create the complicated masterpieces herself.
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