IN GOOD TIME

SLY Short­cuts FOR YOUR BOD AND HAIR .

Elle (Canada) - - Body -

Still top-knot­ting? Time to stop. At Alexander Wang, Pra­bal Gu­rung and DKNY, low-hang­ing, sweaty-look­ing pony­tails and braids dom­i­nated—and they work as eas­ily on the run­way as they do at the gym. Even boxing queen and Vic­to­ria’s Se­cret An­gel Adri­ana Lima agrees:

“I’m all about the quick and easy pony­tail.”

SWEAT SAVIOUR SoulCy­cle devo­tees in NYC are turn­ing to Botox to keep sweat along their hair­line from crimp­ing their style. For a less dras­tic ap­proach, “mix witch hazel, a nat­u­ral as­trin­gent, with half as much wa­ter and dip a makeup wipe into the combo,” says Charles Baker Stra­han, celeb stylist for Herbal Essences. “Run this along your hair­line af­ter a work­out to ab­sorb oil and se­bum. Fol­low with a dry sham­poo.” Try: Herbal Essences Naked Vol­ume Dry Sham­poo ($5). For de­tails, see Shop­ping Guide.

GAME-TIME DE­CI­SION Hit snooze on the chimes tolling from your iPhone or haul your achy legs to a 6 a.m. CrossFit class? Choose sleep! Ac­cord­ing to sev­eral re­cent stud­ies, a lack of rest can in­crease ap­petite and frus­tra­tion and weaken your im­mune sys­tem. Net your­self an ex­tra

hour now, but plan to crash early so you can make it to the gym next time.

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