Life is getting busier by the day. And when you become a mother, you don’t get much time for yourself. Today, I’ll share with you some makeup tips for busy moms. It only takes 5 minutes to wear this makeup and is easy to remove. So following are the stepwise process of the same:
Before you go out, the first thing you should do is to apply a sunscreen. You can use any sunscreen that suits your skin. I generally use Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry Touch Sunblock.
For a quick and light makeup look, I use Lakme Absolute Skin Natural Mousse. It comes in 6 different shades for different skin tones. And it gives a natural glow to the skin and protects it for long hours. And the best part of it is that you don’t need to apply concealer. Apply it evenly on your face, especially below the eyes.
In order to fix the foundation applied earlier, you can use a compact powder. I generally use M.A.C Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation.
It is now time to set the eyebrows. For this, I generally use Colorbar Stunning Brow Pencil. It comes with a lightweight oil-free formula and is really long-lasting.
Eyeshadow is a must for eye makeup. I recommend using Wet n Wild Eyeshadow Palette. It generally comes in different shades. You can opt according to your choice. When I’m really busy and want the makeup to be quick, I use my fingers to apply the eyeshadow.
To give a final touch to the eyes, always use a Kajal. I generally use Plum NaturStudio All-Day-Wear Kohl Kajal. It suits all skin types and even to contact lens wearers.
Make those eyelashes look fuller by applying mascara. I have been using Maybelline New York Lash Sensational Waterproof Mascara, without any problem.
To complete the makeup apply a lipstick of your choice. May I recommend SUGAR Cosmetics Matte As Hell Crayon Lipstick because it is my current favorite.
If you are too busy, you can always go for applying spots of lipstick on your cheeks and blending them evenly with your fingers. I do this very often.
So how did you like my makeup tips for busy moms. Refer to the video below to acquaint yourself about the procedure.