Let’s just admit the fact that not everyone is a fan of spending hours on our skincare or makeup routine, especially if you are too lazy to put efforts to look good. But being a lazy girl doesn’t mean you don’t want to look good, huh? We got your back! Here are some tips and hacks that will require minimum efforts and you may spend the extra time napping, sounds good?
- Get those soft curls every day
Big fan of those Kim K’s soft curls? But too lazy to put on a tong every day? Who need tongs when you can naturally get those soft curls without it (no kidding). If you are a lazy girl and don’t want to put efforts in your look, just wash your hair in your evening or night shower and tie them in loose buns or braids and leave it overnight. Open them in the morning, and trust me, you will thank us for the look.
- Lip Scrub
Use a toothbrush to scrub the dead skin off your lips, just make sure you have a separate toothbrush for this purpose, do it right after you brush your teeth so your lips can be moist. Alternatively, you can make a DIY scrub using sugar and olive oil as well!
- Make Vaseline your Bff!
Forget all those fancy fragrant moisturizers and trust Vaseline. Apply Vaseline before going to bed to the dry areas like elbows, under eyes, knees etc and you will wake up with a princess like skin, and by that we mean, glowing skin.
- Tomato Tan Remover
Little did you know that tomato is great tan removing agent, and you don’t have to mix it with any other thing if you’re lazy, just cut the tomato in half and apply the pulp all over the tan skin and leave it for 20 minutes. Wash it off and voila! Say bye -bye to your tan.
- Dry Shampoo
Yes, it exists. A dry shampoo is a must-have in the cupboard if you’re a lazy girl and doesn’t feel like going to the entire process of washing and drying your hair, it is even better if it comes with a refreshing fragrance that keeps your hair smell fresh!
- Coconut oil cleanser and moisturizer
Being lazy doesn’t spare you from removing your makeup. It’s as essential as breathing. But yes, if you’re too lazy to follow two steps of cleansing and moisturizing, use coconut oil for removing makeup. Coconut oil works great as a cleanser and since its very natural, it also works as a moisturizer as well.