Courtesy of WalgreensRenee Trilivas, Allure magazine
Between the holiday shopping, the boozing it up at cocktail parties, and the endless entertaining of out of town guests, you're probably due a little alone time. These do-at-home beauty treatments are just what you need to relax and recharge.
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Hair. Dry winter air (and even dryer indoor heating!) can leave hair parched and brittle. To restore moisture, try a thick, oil-based hair mask, like Shu Uemura Moisture Velvet Nourishing Treatment or Miss Jessie's Rapid Recovery Treatment. Comb a generous dollop through dry strands, pile hair into a lose bun on the top of your head, and cover with a shower cap. Blast it with a blow dryer for a few seconds (the heat helps oils penetrate), let it sit for at least ten minutes, then rinse and shampoo.
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