Learn how to hack your morning routine by multitasking

Let’s face it. Mornings can be tough. In the time it takes to make your French press coffee, you can do your makeup and your hair. Sound impossible? If so, this tutorial might be more eye-opening than the coffee. One of the tricks to multitasking is choosing products that provide multiple benefits.
For starters, the right mud mask can infuse your skin with hydration, so you can skip moisturizer and even foundation. Cream eye shadow makes a great choice for busy mornings because you won’t need a brush to apply it. To learn how to do your makeup and your hair simultaneously, click on the video below. It might just be the most worthwhile three minutes you spend today.
- Hydrating mud mask (SheaMoisture Hydrating Mud Mask)
- Eyebrow pencil (Colourpop Brow Boss Pencil)
- Pink champagne cream eye shadow (Charlotte Tilbury Eyes To Mesmerize, Jean)
- Mascara (L’Oréal Voluminous Lash Paradise Mascara)
- Large-barreled curling iron
- Bobby pins
- Concealer (Tarte Shape Tape Contour Concealer)
- Foundation brush
- Pressed powder (Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Finish Setting Powder)
- Fluffy powder brush
- Bronzer (Fenty Sun Stalk’r Instant Warmth Bronzer, Private Island)
- Fluffy cheek brush
- Peachy-pink blush (Charlotte Tilbury Cheek To Chic Blush, Ecstasy)
- Peachy-nude lip gloss (Revlon Super Lustrous Lipgloss, Super Natural)
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1. After cleansing your face, apply the mud mask to the center of your face, but be sure to avoid the area below your eyes.
2. Groom your brows with the screw brush tip on the end of the brow pencil.
3. Fill in any sparse areas in your brows with the brow pencil, and then diffuse the pigment with the screw brush.
4. For a quick eye makeup look, dip your ring finger into the cream eye shadow and apply it to your eyelid.
5. Remove the mud mask with a damp wash cloth.
6. To make your eyes look larger and more open, sweep one or two coats of mascara onto your upper and lower lashes.
7. While your curling iron is warming up, pin your hair up with bobby pins but leave some face-framing sections down. Curl those sections by rotating the iron away from your face, and then pin them out of the way while you finish your makeup.
8. Dab concealer onto your face, and blend it into your skin fully with the foundation brush.
9. Swirl the powder brush in the pressed powder. Dust it over your face to set the concealer. Tip: To avoid excessive dryness, only apply powder where your skin gets oily.
10. Warm up your complexion by swirling bronzer onto your cheeks, temples and hairline with a fluffy cheek brush.
11. Add a little color to your cheeks by applying peachy-pink blush with the fluffy cheek brush.
12. Finish your makeup by applying peachy-nude lip gloss to your lips.
13. Unpin your hair, and rake your fingers through it.
You’re all done! Stay pretty!