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Workplace Beauty for the Polished Professional: 6 Beauty Products to Keep at Your OfficeWorkplace Beauty for the Polished Professional: 6 Beauty Products to Keep at Your Office

An impeccable appearance all day, every day is hard to maintain – especially for the working woman. Sometimes you skip steps to make a morning meeting on time, or you need to re-apply lip gloss after lunch. Make touch-ups at the office easier and alleviate some stress out of your work week by keeping these six products close at hand.

Workday Skincare: A Good Night's Sleep for Refreshed Skin at the OfficeWorkday Skincare: A Good Night's Sleep for Refreshed Skin at the Office

Is lack of sleep the night before work ruining your skin? Learn how to improve your beauty sleep with tips for a better slumber and tricks for looking great at the office when you don’t get enough.

Skin Protection in the Workplace: How to Defend Skin from Office Beauty HazardsSkin Protection in the Workplace: How to Defend Skin from Office Beauty Hazards

You’re always conscious about how your skin looks as you’re applying makeup to prepare for work each morning. But what you probably don’t see is how the daily office environment affects your skin beneath the surface. Germs, sun damage and the dry air that circulates throughout the office each day can all affect the health and appearance of skin; find out how you should be caring for your hands and face during your workday.

Practical Tips for Healthy Skincare at the OfficePractical Tips for Healthy Skincare at the Office

For the professional woman, a busy packed with meetings and projects might leave minimal time for proper skincare. But with these practical tips, discover how you can maintain good skincare habits during your workweek, and beyond.

Workout to Workday: Tips for Going from the Gym to the OfficeWorkout to Workday: Tips for Going from the Gym to the Office

Have you been avoiding the gym because it seems impossible to put on your professional face after a morning workout? Or, are you tempted to leave your makeup on for your after work gym session? Learn how to better blend a daily workout into your busy schedule.

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FAQs

Q: The article mentions hair, makeup and hand care. But I also take pride in my nails. Do you have any tips for a nail care kit for work?

A: For a portable manicure kit, Real Simple suggests making use of an unused glasses case. It will hold clippers, nail files and other tools safely.

Q: Are there ways of making a makeup kit for the office without spending a lot of money?

A: There are ways of cutting costs if you’re using the same products at home; simply transfer some into small, inexpensive travel containers. This works great for liquid products like lotions and foundations that easily pour out. (Tip: To reduce the mess during the transfer, use a small funnel). But for smaller products that aren’t meant to leave their containers easily (like lip gloss and concealer), buying an extra one is best. If size or space is an issue, look for travel sized formulas.

Q. Is it true that sleeping on your stomach can promote lines?

A: If sleeping with your face in a pillow is a nightly routine, then you can develop permanent lines, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. And you don’t have to plunge head first to get these lines; even years spent sleeping on your side can cause wrinkles on your chin and cheeks. The best wrinkle-free way to sleep is on your back.

Q: Why do women want to wear makeup to the gym at all? It doesn’t seem like most people there even pay attention to looks.

A: In some gyms, it’s actually considered strange to work out without makeup! Club manager Kellan Finley explains that at the Equinox Fitness Club in New York City on Park Avenue, makeup is the rule. “People see people they know so they want to get a little glammed up when they go to the gym. I've seen women doll themselves up before they go into a fitness class.” If your gym is more of a social scene than an aerobic environment, just make sure you keep your makeup gym-appropriate so you don’t end up with clogged pores or a makeup meltdown.




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