July 1 2015
These odor killers are a must for keeping a runner’s sweaty stink at bay.
It’s Saturday night, and your phone buzzes with a text message: “U up for brunch tomorrow? 10 AM.”
What a ridiculous question. Of course you’re up for brunch. The only thing is you have a long run planned. After a little quick math, you figure you can probably pull it off if you wake up earlier, run on a trail near the restaurant and do a quick change in your car.
“Going from working out to eating out can be done without sacrificing style,” says Holly Drakulic, hair and makeup artist for LifeSpa, the salon branch of Life Time Fitness. Drakulic, who has styled fit celebs, like Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel, knows it’s possible to go from post-run to presentable, even when you don’t have access to a shower. Go from run to brunch looking (and smelling!) civilized with these easy steps.