InStyle's Beauty Team Solves Your Biggest Hair, Makeup, and Skin Dilemmas

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Unexpected beauty dilemmas are unavoidable, but when life gives you lemons (or static hair), you get creative with a dryer sheet to tame the flyaways. Yesterday, Beauty Editor Sheryl George and Associate Beauty Editor Marianne Mychaskiw took to InStyle's Facebook for a live broadcast, in which they tackle some of the most-pressing hair, makeup, and skin issues life presents—along with some pretty inventive uses for hand cream. Watch the video in full above, then shop each of the products mentioned below.

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Sheryl's Fast Fixes

Fix frizz on the go: CeraVe Hand Cream ($9; walmart.com), Elta MD UV Sport Broad Spectrum ($22; eltamd.com).

Tame static hair: Bounce Dryer Sheets ($7; walmart.com).

Fix eye makeup smudges, or sharpen your cat-eye: Almay Makeup Eraser Sticks ($5; drugstore.com).

Smooth over cuticles: Glossier Balm Dotcom ($12; glossier.com).

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Marianne's Fast Fixes

To conceal dark circles: & Other Stories Sunray Pleat Pearl Creme Highlighter ($15; stories.com), BareMinerals concealer in Tan 1 ($20; sephora.com).

Fix too much blush or bronzer: BeautyBlender sponge ($20; sephora.com), Laura Geller Double Take Baked Versatile Powder Foundation in Medium ($36; nordstrom.com).

Stop self-tanner from smearing onto your clothes: Laura Mercier Loose Translucent Setting Powder ($38; sephora.com), Bliss Large Stippling Makeup Brush ($22; kohls.com).

Acne solutions: Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil ($105; sephora.com), Renee Rouleau Anti-Cyst Treatment ($43; reneerouleau.com).

 
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