3 Real-Women Beauty Makeovers
Before: Beth Mayerowitz, 37
Going Back to Work Post-Baby
She has a beautiful 8½-month-old daughter and has recently reentered the workforce as a marketing consultant for a fitness company. Still, “I feel so blah,” says Beth, a Hoboken, New Jersey, resident. That’s because her washed-out makeup and dull hair shade make her look as tired as she feels. “I don’t get a lot of sleep these days, but I still need to look put-together at work,” she says. “I want to get some of my prepregnancy prettiness back and to feel more alive.”
A thing of beauty should be a joy forever—or at least until five o’clock. Here’s how to stretch the life of your makeup, hair, manicure, perfume—and more.