Published On: Wed, Feb 17th, 2016

4 Quick tips for working ladies


It is hard for working ladies to keep them fresh and attractive every day. Applying makeup every day to enhance your beauty can affect your skin and the hectic schedule also doesn’t allow you every morning to have enough time for applying makeup. So here are a few quick tips that can help you look great without eating up on your time.

Don’t skip your primer

employing primers, mainly if you are over 30, is a good thought to reduce your morning makeup time. There are present the light-reflecting characteristics of a primer and a nourishing SPF moisturizer guarantees that you won’t call for foundations, concealers, and powders; thus, save time and still gaze your glowing finest! And it also assists your eye shadow and blush on remain all the day for the reason that it is a base that assists products to adhere to your skin.

Keep eyebrows groomed

If your eyebrows are well-shaped and neat they can define a face beautifully. It can also save your time because you don’t require time-consuming eye makeup in the mornings. So try to keep your eyebrows groomed for a new and young gaze.

Use the best quality makeup brushes

Sometimes erroneous brushes with pick color and surplus it on one part of your skin, instead of the merger it properly. So purchase the correct brushes that permit you to manage colors and provide a natural appearance to your makeup.

Make your hairstyle last

The grown hairs become shapeless, weighed down and frizzy. So try to get a trim every six-seven months because it will end up wasting a little time in styling each morning. Some experts say that when you get a haircut on a regular basis then the strands stays healthy, vibrant and also remain the ‘wash-and-go’ style.

About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.