Viewers are telling myself their morning routines really slow them down, but cutting down your make-up and hair routine can be as simple as buying a product with multiple uses.
Beauty influencer Mallory Cornelison knows what she's speaking about when it comes to make-up and hair products -- just ask her 100, 500 YouTube subscribers.
Now she actually is sharing her secrets the lady used while shooting the fact TV show Glam Professionals on Lifetime.
"The key to stepping out of the door fast, still looking fashion and feeling your best, is double-duty products, " said Cornelison.
Glossier Cloud Paints are Cornelison's go-to. They are cream products that dry down to natural powder.
"You can use them on your cheeks, on your eyes, on your lips, plus they aren't heading to budge all day. I have worn them in the Houston temperature and they stay, " Cornelison explains.
One pipe will run you about $18, but remember if you're getting three uses out of this one product.
For your hair, Cornelison suggests using Kevin Murphy Doo Over, a dry out shampoo and hairspray combo.
"You can put it on your roots and spray all over to set your style, " said Cornelison.
She says you can add your dry out shampoo at night, particularly if you have oily hair.
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, you can call us at the web-site. Another way to shave time off your hair routine is to style it through the night.
"Lift your hair upwards on your pillow and try and sleep as still as you can. I know it sounds crazy, but it really does save so much time, " Cornelison said.
Regarding a fast solution, also try a low bun. "Sometimes that messy look takes longer than a nice chic sleek bun, inches she adds.
The Kevin Murphy Doo Over is pricey. It's about $31 on Amazon, but again, you're getting two products in a single with it being a dry shampoo and hairspray.
Something rather less expensive is Batiste. This product is less than $10 and is very productive as a dry shampoo.
Don't forget - baby powder or corn starch will perform the strategy, too!
Along with beauty products, there are also devices that can help one saves time.
Here are some devices which will help you get out the door faster in the morning.
Regarding parents, try the Kinsa Smart Thermometer. It gives a reading in 10 secs. If you use Kinsa's free app, it recalls each person's medical background, can share it with a doctor and you will get real-time expert medical advice.
The thermometer costs about $19. You can buy it at stores like Target and Walmart, and online.
To keep your lunch warm at the office, check out the Crock-Pot Lunch Crock. It doesn't cook your food, but it can reheat it and keep it warm therefore you don't have to hold out for the microwave.
The cheapest price I found was on Amazon for $20.
Going on a picnic or to a party with friends? Bring rubber wine glasses. You can take them anywhere, and they will not break.
Some two costs around $10. I found them even cheaper online at Walmart.
For anyone who just can't appear to wake up on time, how about an alarm clock that donates money to charity each and every time you hit the snooze button?
It's from ThinkGeek. You can buy it online for $40.
The alarm clock attaches to your bank accounts. When you hit snooze, it automatically donates money to a charity of your choosing.