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5 Last-Minute Beauty Tips For Holiday Hotness

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    'Tis the season to be jolly, but balancing work and play during this time is never all fun and (white elephant) games. For those of us who end up burning the candle at both ends, the first thing that tends to suffer is our skin. But there's an art to still appearing dapper when you're feeling disheveled. That's why we asked ARCONA owner Chanel Jenae to help us save some face with five easy pointers for looking polished in a pinch. Her luxe, all-natural line of products and her Santa Monica spa get Erin Fetherston, Katherine Heigl, and AnnaLynne McCord glowy after long days and nights on set and at parties. Trust us, take these tricks of the trade and you'll have a ball at your holiday hullabaloos, looking like you've just stepped from the beaches of Bali rather than out of the depths of stress. Oh, and hangovers? You might feel like hell, but you'll look more Chloë Grace Moretz than Courtney Love.

    Click through to get the five super-simple tricks to getting a flawless face, every time.

    Photography: Courtesy of Arcona, Via Ms. & Mrs, and Via Healthy Concepts.

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