Streamline your Beauty Routine

Mornings for most of us are pretty hectic. As professional women (not fresh out of college girls), we have several duties to attend to before we head to work. These include getting our kids ready, completing household chores and yes, getting ready; all of this in a very little span of time in order to be on time at work. This is overwhelming. However, that does not mean you have to compromise on any of these tasks. The fact is that each of the tasks is essential even your getting ready bit because if you don’t look presentable and impressive, you won’t look professional. While you may not be able to skip any task, you definitely can manage them better. Here, let us discuss on how you can streamline your beauty routine so that you can get done with your task of getting ready in a jiffy and still look your very best at it.

How to make your beauty routine more organized?

Here are some basic steps on how you can ensure that of all the tasks that you rush to finish up every morning, at least getting ready becomes less chaotic. You don’t have to follow all steps that you normally do. You can smartly eliminate a few of your beauty steps without sacrificing on your beauty results. So, let’s get started then –

  1. Moisturize your face at night

Moisturizing your face at night with a nice night cream is a great way to get yourself ready for the next day. Look for a cream that contains alpha hydroxyl acids and the hyaluronic acids. These help with cell regeneration and give you long-lasting moisture. A good pick would be Garnier Ultra Lift Miracle Sleeping Cream. Massage your face for about 5 minutes before bed.

  1. Use dry shampoo

So you are very tired and want to sleep for extra time. In that case, washing your hair in the morning is definitely not going to work out. What if your hair feels oily then? A dry shampoo is your answer. Press it on your scalp and massage through using a sponge. Now comb your hair down to the ends. You are done! Ken Paves has a good collection here.

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