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At-home beauty treatment tips from Long Island experts

Feeling kind of unkempt? You’re not alone. We're cooped up without our favorite colorists, haircutters, facialists, lash and brow shapers. So, we tracked down some of Long Island’s beauty experts (and even some regular people who already have at-home treatments down to a science) to help us navigate the new normal with step-by-step instruction. And the good news is across the boards, they all say you can make do with stuff you already have in your home.

Feeling presentable adds to feeling good overall, despite the situation. So says Elaine Bezold, a co-owner of the Spa at Red Hots in Roslyn. “Staying sane, healthy and looking good go hand-in-hand, so keep ‘quarantine funk’ at bay with positivity and self-care.” Here’s your at-home beauty guide:

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