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One of the biggest woes of work week with a commute is that it doesn't leave enough time for a massage or facial. If you are working from home, time is your ally. Make time for a quick at-home facial, a face steaming session or a foot spa. Sheet masks are also a huge favorite with the work-from-home crowd. You can also take quick breaks to get your nails done or get a quick massage. You won't just feel better, you'll work better.
The best way to beat WFH blues is to spend some time updating your Instagram. This gives you a major reason to glam it up and actually spend some time getting the look right. You don't have to post something, but spending time getting creative with your makeup brushes is often therapy enough.
We all have a love-hate relationship with work-from-home hair. It doesn't go beyond a messy, lopsided high knot or an old headband. But you can actually spend some much-needed time on hair care. Besides scalp massages and hair masks, get in the habit of a blowdry even if you don't need one. Good hair brings in the energy you need and a good blowdry keeps your hair in check. It also means you can't go without washing your hair for too long.
The biggest perk of not working at an office is that you don't have to stick to the same classic makeup routine. You can experiment with wild and loud makeup palettes and switch it up every now and then. The excitement of a sparkly eyeshadow really does put us in a better mood when clearing out our inboxes.
A work-from-home situation can get dreary if you don’t switch up your routine every now and then. More and more millennials are turning to the gig economy and opting for freelance jobs. Some of our favorite beauty icons have been freelance souls, like Carrie Bradshaw and Rory Gilmore, but somehow we feel like they never spent 15 hours a day in sweatpants and the same shirt they wore to bed the night before.
The topic of freelancers’ mental well-being has been extensively discussed in the last couple of years. When you have a nine-to-five, however stuffy it may be, you need to get dressed, put on real clothes and, of course, talk and mingle. Whereas a WFH gig can have you cooped up in your loft for three days a stretch with only a laptop for company. The fastest way to beat these blues? Makeup, of course.
Here are some simple beauty hacks that might just transform your work-from-home life and up your productivity game and overall happiness.
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