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 (opens in new tab), $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 (opens in new tab), $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 (opens in new tab), $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 (opens in new tab), $185 — Don't leave home without this miraculous depuffing device. It's especially eye-opening when paired with Kahina Giving Beauty Eye Serum (opens in new tab), $78, a cooling cocktail that combats dark circles.

Once you get a whiff of One Love Organics Skin Savior Waterless Beauty Balm (opens in new tab), $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 (opens in new tab), $15 for 5 — Smooth frizz and flyaways on-the-go with these clutch-friendly strand savers.

NARS Blush in Gaeity (opens in new tab), $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 (opens in new tab), an award-winning blog chock-full of product reviews, wellness tips, and DIY ideas.