7 Ways To Save Time Getting Ready Every Morning
August 15, 2015
Does your morning routine take too long? Do you find yourself feeling stressed as you rush out the door. Is it hard to fit in time for breakfast? Would you like to sleep in for a little longer?
These tips can help you get out the door quicker—and you’ll still look and feel your best.
1. Shower Before Bed
Showering at night can make your mornings much easier. Let your hair dry while you sleep. This saves you time, but it also saves your hair from the damage of the blow dryer.
To get even more out of your beauty rest, braid your hair while it is still a little damp. You’ll wake up with loose, sexy waves.
2. Plan Your Outfit Ahead Of Time
Don’t waste your time in the morning debating what to wear. Decide the day before and make sure everything is clean, pressed and ready.
3. Organize Your Makeup
You’ll save a lot of time every day if your makeup bag and drawers are organized. You don’t want to spend half your morning searching for mascara. Keep things clean and in their place to make getting ready easier every morning.
4. Pick Products That Do Double Duty
There are plenty of great products out there that can multitask. Look for CC creams that can work as a concealer, sunscreen, and moisturizer or try using the same product for your lips and cheeks.
5. Wear Less Makeup
If you have nice clear skin, you may be able to skip a lot of makeup altogether. Pick a feature to highlight, like your eyes or your lips and focus on that. In some cases you’ll still looked classy and polished with just a bold red lip. On other days, a little mascara may be all you need.
6. Practice The Perfect Easy Hairstyle
Pick a quick hairstyle like a sleek ponytail or a messy bun, and become a master. That way you’ll always have a backup hairstyle when you don’t have time for something else.
7. Invest In Laser Hair Removal
How much of your life has been spent shaving, waxing, and plucking? Laser hair removal provides a long-term solution to body hair. You wont have to worry about plucking your eyebrows evenly, cutting yourself shaving, or bracing yourself for the pain of waxing. If you’re interested in learning more about laser hair removal, schedule a consultation with Dr. Sabini.