TheStylisted Makes At-Home Beauty Service A Reality

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Your December calendar is booked solid. Between work, holiday shopping, and all those Christmas parties, you're one very busy gal. That means mastering the art of the transitional, day-to-night outfit is an absolute necessity. Oh, and if you can manage to keep your hair and makeup looking fresh for a solid 12 hours, that'd be great, too. If the latter sounds impossible (because it kind of is), you're in desperate need of the new service from TheStylisted.
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The site lets you book hair and makeup appointments for your home, office, or hotel. As in, you don't have to leave the house if it's snowing. Specify what you're looking for (hair, makeup, or both; for a group of people or just you) and you'll see a list of available stylists for your selected day and time. Then browse the stylists' profiles and price ranges to see what works best for you. Pay ahead directly through TheStylisted and then just wait around in your jammies until your stylist arrives. Also, it's super affordable — the services start at just $40. Did we mention the waiting in jammies part?
The holidays are a particularly demanding time, so TheStylisted recommends booking 48 hours in advance. And, since this is supposed to be a relaxing service, you should book at a time when you won't be rushing too much. Feel free to send anything that will help your stylist prepare ahead of time, like reference pictures and colors. We know you've got a serious Pinterest board going for holiday-beauty inspiration.
Of course, if you don't think you need an at-home beauty sesh this year, you can give it as a gift with the Gift Gorgeous feature. It's kind of the perfect present for, well, any woman we know.
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