Day to Night Makeup: Natural and Flawless
We are all busy women. From the moment we wake up in the morning until the time we go to bed, there is never enough time in the day for everything that needs to be done. This includes our makeup routine. If you’re anything like me, by 9 p.m., my face is a hot mess of smeared mascara and eyeliner with lipstick on my teeth! I’m sure many of you can relate…
Every day, you wake up and get ready to face the day. But what about when it’s time for an after-hours event? What about that quick change from work clothes to a dress or skirt? You can’t just throw on your makeup like you would in the morning because there is no time.
Take your makeup from day to night
It’s easy with these six steps: priming, foundation, concealer, powder, blush & bronzer (optional), mascara & eyeliner (optional), lipstick (optional). I’ve included pictures of each step, so you know exactly what to do. So whether it’s for a date night or girls’ night out, make sure your beauty routine.
I know you are busy with work, kids, social life, and everything in between. We all have time for makeup, though, so let me show you how to be more efficient and get a full face on in about 10 minutes. This is my go-to day-to-night look that I do every weekend, as it’s perfect for those last-minute dinners or drinks after work! You can find the product list below, along with some tips on what order to apply them. Happy reading!
- Bronzer and Blush (optional)
- Eyeshadow Primer (optional)
Essential day to night makeup tips
If you’re anything like us, the morning routine is always hectic. You need to take your time getting ready for work or school, say goodbye to your family, and race out the door with just enough time to catch your bus. Unfortunately, this usually means that there’s no room in our morning schedule for a full face of makeup. So we’ve pulled together some quick tips on how to transform from day-to-night beauty so you can look great all day long!
For daytime makeup: keep it simple by using concealer under eyes and mascara on lashes. Use bright lipstick in lieu of blush but use lip balm instead of gloss for midday hydration. The goal is for this look not to be too heavy or noticeable.