Beauty Saviors for a Hectic Life

Elizabeth Dehn's eight choice beauty products will make you look refreshed and well-rested on those days when you could use a helping hand.

Fashion Week is upon us with its long days, late nights, and extra-special beauty challenges. But, with my crazy schedule, I could use these products just about any day. Here's how to not look like you drank too much, ate too little, and didn't sleep a wink last night:

Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray, $19.50 — A few spritzes of this little powerhouse refresh a blowout while yielding major volume. (Tip: Use it at night, wake up with clean hair).

Laura Mercier Foundation Primer in Radiance, $30 — The original makeup primer keeps your face in place from dusk till dawn, and thanks to added illuminators, now gives it a subtle glow.

Sonia Kashuk Lip Crayons, $8 — Sheer enough to apply without a mirror, pigmented enough to make it through the night. Rosey Nude is the BEST retro red.

Opal Sonic Infusion System, $185 — Don't leave home without this miraculous depuffing device. It's especially eye-opening when paired with Kahina Giving Beauty Eye Serum, $78, a cooling cocktail that combats dark circles.

Once you get a whiff of One Love Organics Skin Savior Waterless Beauty Balm, $68 you'll actually want to take off your makeup before falling into bed. The citrusy multitasker cleanses, moisturizes and gives skin supermodel dewiness when pressed onto cheekbones.

Ted Gibson Hair Sheets, $15 for 5 — Smooth frizz and flyaways on-the-go with these clutch-friendly strand savers.

NARS Blush in Gaeity, $28 — Never underestimate the skin-brightening, age-defying powers of pink blush. New for spring, this perfect hue is like a hangover cure for your face.

Elizabeth Dehn is the editor-in-chief of Beauty Bets, an award-winning blog chock-full of product reviews, wellness tips, and DIY ideas.