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11 Time Saving Beauty Tips

We all want to look beautiful everyday, but sometimes it’s just so hard to find the time. I’ve compiled some of my favorite time saving beauty tips so that you can feel beautiful even on those days when you only have 5 minutes to get ready. These tips will help feel more beautiful & confident so you can take on the world.11 Time Saving Beauty Tips. Natural, DIY, natural remedies, natural remedies, health and beauty, DIY makeup. #beauty #health #beautytips #makeup #makeuphacks #hairandmakeup

Keiko Lynn from Blog Lovin’ recommends tying up your hair with a scarf. This is a quick way to cover up messy or greasy hair, and it looks darling to boot! I’ve got a collection of scarfs going so that I can use them for all my favorite outfits.

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Buzzfeed suggest mixing a little bit of highlighter with your foundation. When you rub this on your face, your skin will be fresh and glowing. You can do this even if you only have a couple minutes to get ready. It will help you feel more beautiful and confident, yet it’s so simple!

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Mariah from Random Thoughts from a Stay-at-Home Mom shared her favorite time-saving beauty tip. She likes to shave with baby oil rather than shaving cream. It’s leaves your legs smoother for longer, and it helps your razor last longer. If you don’t have to shave your legs as much, you’ll save time in the long run!

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Beauty Point of View has an insanely good idea for lining your eyes and curling your eyelashes at the same time. All you have to do is put the eyeliner on the eyelash curler and there you go! You’ve killed two birds with one stone. What an awesome time-saving trick. time 4

Lauren Conrad recommends dusting your lips with a little powder after you’ve applied lipstick. This will keep your lipstick looking fresh much longer. You won’t have to keep reapplying throughout the day! Even though this takes an extra couple seconds while you’re getting ready, it’ll save you time in the long run!

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If you’re really in a time crunch, Byrdie recommends using a tinted SPF in the morning so you can protect your skin and make it look beautiful at the same time. She suggests Mineral Tinted Crème Broad Spectrum SPF 30 UVA-UVB Sunscreen, but you can use whatever kind you like!

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The Beauty Department recommends spraying a little hairspray on a toothbrush, and then using the toothbrush to calm frizzy fly-aways. Your hair will quickly look neater, and it will look like you spent a lot more time on your appearance than you actually did.

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All My Hair suggests washing your hair in the sink if you’re running low on time. Your hair is often the first thing people notice, if you can get it clean and shining, you really don’t need to worry about much else. You’ll look beautiful, and–even better–you’ll feel beautiful and clean.

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Cosmopolitan recommends soaking your mascara bottle in hot water for a little bit. This will thin the ink and make it smoother and easier to apply. You’ll avoid messy, clumpy lashes. If you put your mascara in the water while you’re getting ready, you’ll save time when you get to applying makeup.

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Daily Makeover recommends soaking cotton swaps in your perfume and then placing them in a plastic bag you can take on the go. When you need a little freshening of perfume while you’re out and about, you’ll be able to quickly dab a little perfume! This takes a little preparation, but will certainly pay off.

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Life Hacker suggests saving time in the morning by lightly ironing your clothing with a straightener instead of an iron & ironing board. This is a great way to get the wrinkles out of your clothes without getting out all your ironing gear. This will definitely save time, while making it seem like you spent a lot of time getting ready.

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15 Comments

  • Heather

    I haven’t purchased shaving cream/gel for several years. I buy inexpensive hair conditioner, pour it into a large empty shampoo or conditioner bottle with a pump and it generally only takes 2-3 pumps to smooth over my entire leg to shave and give softer, smoother skin – all at once! I’ve used many different brands of conditioner for this purpose and I find that the cheaper brands (White Rain, Suave, V05) actually work the best. Like I said, I’ve been doing this for many years and it’s saved me lots of money. Hope this tip helps ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Karyn

    Loved the mascara on the warm H20. Especially with this crazy winter weather. Thx so much for the portable perfume!

  • Diana

    The products that work the best are the soaps with essential oils. Try the lemongrass from River Valley Soaps it is made with 6 essential oils. Another great moisturizer is their Shea honey it is unscented and extra moisturizing.

  • Trin

    On thinner tops to get creases out quickly I I use my hair dryer on high heat. Quick / Easy and you don’t have to take it off ?

  • Michelle

    I’ve shaved with baby oil gel before (the exact one in the picture). I like how soft it makes my legs but it gunks up the razor and ruins it. I don’t keep cheap disposable razors. Has anyone else used this?

    • Marsheila

      I had the same issue when I tried the baby oil gel. Anything with oil does the same thing. I’m going to try the shampoo thing though!

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