10 Beauty & Hair Products to Keep You From Looking Exhausted This Fashion Week

Here are the perfect products for erasing all evidence of the previous day's stress.

Activated charcoal is very trendy and in vogue right now; Google is pretty confident that it "treats certain types of poisons" and is "used for bloating and intestinal gas." Why not put it on your face? I have tried this mask, and it just magcially sucks every last crumb of detritus out of your pores. Particularly useful if you've been eating a lot of dairy.
Texturizing sprays are the most clutch products to have at your disposal during a particularly busy week, because after you sleep through your alarm (see: Jonas party), you can simply apply a few spritzes to turn your accidental bedhead into on-purpose bedhead. As an added bonus, Oribe products smell like a dream and are perfect for masking the aroma of open-bar Andre champagne.
This is like a cup of coffee for your eyes. No, seriously—it's caffeinated. And the metal roller ball has a great cooling feeling to instantly de-puff your under eyes. You might be tempted to rub this all over your face.
This brand new product will make your other eyeball de-puffers seem like child's play—but it does take a bit more of a time investment. For one thing, you have to know ahead of time that you are going to be haggard in the morning and pop the hyaluronic acid cucumber capsule in the freezer. Then, when you wake up, you place the frozen chunk in the included linen pouch and repeatedly press it against your skin. The cooling effect is so intense, you might feel as if your skin has been yanked back like a facelift. In a good way.
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Does It All is a miraculous spray that not only holds your blowout in place, but also extends its shelf life. Simply spray it into your hair before heat styling, and add as a holding spray afterward as needed. If you know someone with enviably perfect hair, chances are this is her secret weapon. If you don't know, now you know.
The market for hair powders has become pretty saturated over the past year or so, but allow us to submit to you the best hair powder in existence: Bumble's Prêt-à-Powder. Something about it leaves your hair looking freshly blow dried without any of the unsightly clumping that lesser powders leave behind. This product is good enough to be used daily, but will come in handy especially if a Fashion Week event takes up the time you normally allot to a shampoo-and-blow-dry.
This product is like a facial in a jar. Just pump some into your palms, rub it on your face, and gleefully watch the dead skin fall away in little white clumps. Twisted? Yes. Essential for a squeaky clean complexion on the go? Hell yes.
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No one sleeps enough during Fashion Week. And as we all know, lack of sleep is one of the main ingredients for a lackluster, lumpy pallor. Needles No More has a freezing effect that visibly reduces wrinkles instantly. It sounds too good to be true, but it works.
If all else fails, distract people from your exhausted appearance with a pair of pumped-up lips. Perfect Pout is a mask that infuses your lips with vitamins and moisture, while a lip balm with SPF 20 protects your lips and locks in the good stuff. The result is slightly plumper, much more shiny lips.
This tightening mask is ideal for the last days of Fashion Week, when you need a special treat to get you excited about another busy day. The mask comes in powder form to keep the Matcha from spoiling. Just add water in the palm of your hand, spread the mask onto your face, let it dry and rinse off.

Getting through the first few days of Fashion Week is easy, buoyed as one is by adrenaline, the crisp air inside industrial chic warehouse venues, and the promise of brand new fall lines from all the best designers.

But after a few days of schlepping from show to show to show to show to party from 8 a.m. to well past midnight, it can be difficult not to show some wear and tear. Simply put, you might start to look a little haggard. And why wouldn’t you? You need to party next to Joe Jonas until 2 a.m. However, nobody who isn’t following you on Snapchat needs to know that you did.

Thankfully, there are beauty and hair products to fix all that. Click through our slideshow for the 10 best products to keep you from looking tired, during Fashion Week and beyond.

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