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Be Your Own Beautician


Article by Kate Baxendale

Photography by Stock Images

Just because the nail and hair salons and other beauty industry businesses are currently closed doesn't mean you have to let yourself go. In fact, grooming yourself and working on your physical appearance is an excellent form of self-care in these stressful and uncertain times. So go ahead and treat yourself! Turn your bathroom (or kitchen or living room) into your own salon. Do a full-on manicure with buffing, exfoliating and moisturizing; learn how to groom your eyebrows; and even color your hair at home.

How to Get the Perfect Manicure at Home

Since nail salons are currently closed, your fingertips could probably use some work. Set an evening aside for pampering yourself with an at-home manicure. Go the whole nine yards with buffering, cuticle care, exfoliating and moisturizing your hands and so on. Glamour walks you through each step in the articleHow to Get the Perfect Manicure at Home.

How to Shape + Groom Your Brows

Many women trust the pros to wax, thread or otherwise groom their eyebrows. But the current climate has left us to our own devices. To avoid an eyebrow fiasco, take the advice of brow expert Jared Bailey, who explains how to take care of your eyebrows in the article Everything You Need to Shape Your Brows at Home, According to a Brow Expert from The Strategist.

11 Tips for Coloring Your Hair at Home

It's been over a month since your last color touch-up, and going to your beloved hair stylist isn't an option right now. If your roots are showing and your grays are coming through, it can be hard to look in the mirror. You can color your hair at home—as long as you follow these rules in the article11 Colorist-Approved Tips and Tricks for Dyeing Your Hair at Home from Allure. You'll be feeling like yourself again in no time at all!