I'm very low maintenance, having started out quite high, re things like eyeliner, rollers (I even remember curlers, yech), although in my view, we california girls never went as whole hog into makeup as women from the eastern US.
On a good day, I use some eyebrow pencil, as my eyebrows have gotten sparse at the outside ends. Never use mascara, have enough aggravation to my eyes with their various drops and the drying thereof - the hell with it. Liner, I think, are you kidding? I use a dab of liquid make up for eye circles, oh, once a month.
I cut my own hair, grow it long enough so I can reach the back, cut it moderately short, and wait for it to grow again. It's naturally wavy. I do as good a job as most stylists I've ever been to. I've always liked its color well enough and still do. Do wear lipstick some of the time. Haven't worn nail polish much at all since I started gardening in the seventies, and never now, though I still have some nail polish bottles aging into antiques. I even had an earlier antipathy to women who were all about hair and nails. (over that, mostly.)
Arm pit hair and leg hair haven't grown for years, pretty much stopped after menopause. Luckily the hair on my head is still fairly thick.
I counter this lazy bones shine it on behavior with jewelry - I still like earrings a lot, and some bracelets, a couple of my watches (a thrift store Guess watch with pearlescent watch face and good lines, and a heavy goldlike Fossil watch, probably the man's version of that particular design, and some cool silversmith pins. Crazy about rings. Like scarves and hats though I don't wear them much.
On the other hand, my life isn't all showing up at work in a med center or singing on stage - much lower key.