Apr
1
2014

Top Products for your on-the-go beauty routine

Whether you’re a working girl or a busy mom, getting ready in the mornings can be a challenge. When you only have a few minutes to spare, getting through your full beauty routine may seem impossible. However, you can eat your breakfast and put on your makeup too. If you use the right products in your beauty, skincare and haircare routine every morning, it can take a lot less time than you might think. Here are the top products for your morning or on-the-go routine (even if you only have 10 minutes to spare!):

Used a tinted moisturizer

While foundation is great for big events or nights out on the town, you don’t need it everyday. It also take a long time to apply and when you only have 5 to 10 minutes in the morning, that certainly doesn’t help. For everyday use, try a tinted moisturizer or BB cream instead. It will blur any imperfections you have, while moisturizing your skin at the same time. That’s two steps in one! If you’re looking for a natural glow, try the Jergens Natural Glow Healthy Complexion Daily Facial Moisturizer.

Skip the lip gloss, use a balm

We all love a little bit of lipstick and gloss. It spruces up any look. But if you’re short on time, those can be the first two things you eliminate from your beauty routine. Instead, just use a basic lip balm. Most balms have a slightly glossy finish to it, so you still get the effect of a lip gloss. It will also help moisturize your lips, which glosses and lipsticks can’t do. And if want to lip balm to work even harder for your lips, find one with SPF. The Chapstick Original Lip Balm is a classic and is a must have for anyone.

Try a dry shampoo instead.

Especially if you have long locks, washing your hair can easily take 30 minutes. Who has that much extra time in the morning? Instead of shampooing everyday, use a dry shampoo in between washes. It will soak up any excess oil, without needing to wet your hair. Try the Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo or the Neil George Refresh Dry Shampoo. If you don’t have dry shampoo, you can also use baby powder. Just make sure to rub it into your hair well.

Use a multi-purpose moisturizer.

There is a different moisturizer for everything: face, eyes, hands, legs and body. That takes up too much room on your bathroom counter and too much time in your mornings. Instead of using so many products, condense it into one. There are many moisturizers that will work well on any part of body. Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream is a great example. This will save you time and money.

 

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