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Real Girl, Real Beauty: Chicago's Hottest Realtor

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    Can't break the (bad) habit of applying your makeup on the way to work? Sounds like you need a serious dose of beauty inspiration…from someone who doesn't have a fleet of hair and makeup pros on hand. Enter: Jen Laskov, a local stunner who considers lipstick an accessory — not a cosmetic. Despite her sartorial prowess, amazing mane, and glowing skin, she's not a model — instead, she's possibly the hottest realtor we've ever seen.

    When you're one of the top agents in the city (with the awards to prove it), looking the part is not an option — it's a must. And while Laskov's not afraid to admit that it takes her up to an hour to get ready, go-to staples (hello, BB cream!) keep touch-ups to a minimum, so she can focus on what she does best: close deals. From her number-one piece of skin-care advice to the Chicago salon responsible for that killer cut, this go-getter gives us the scoop on how to stay gorg no matter how busy you are. We're thinking we don't have to sell you on clicking through…

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