Fashionista, Style Consultant and Author, Debbie Wright is back with more style tips for your closet, and your business! Check out her tips, then get ready to reinvent YOUR wardrobe!
We all lead busy lives, but Debbie Wright has mastered the art of getting ready for the day in just 15 minutes, and she’s here to share her tips! You need to read this!!
1. Don’t Wash Your Hair Every Day
Daily hair washing not only takes time, but it’s actually bad for you– it can strip away your hair’s natural oils. Women will argue that they need to wash every day because their hair is too think or greasy, but that’s actually BECAUSE of over-washing. It triggers your body to start over-producing oils. Give your hair a break and allow your hair’s natural oils to do their work. You can use dry shampoo to touch up the ends and you can do that in about two minutes. Let’s be honest– dirty hair always looks better.
2. Get Your Clothes Out the Night Before
If you prep your wardrobe the night before, you’ll have one less decision to make in the morning. This means you won’t waste that time looking in the mirror trying to decide on your outfit for the day, because it’s already been done.
3. Look For All-In-One Products
For makeup, there’s lots of great multi-purpose products, like a tinted moisturizer, and if you use this with a quick dust over of Bare Minerals or L’oreal powder. These will really cut down on your makeup time, and give you a nice, fresh look.
4. Keep Your Stuff Ready to Go
We have all wasted time scrambling around looking for our keys or our wallet or cell phone, so just like the clothes, make sure you’ve got your accessories assembled and ready to go– probably by the door– ahead of time. Leave them in the same spot every day, so you always know where they are, and drastically reduce the likelihood that they will go missing.
These are all little details, but they’re very effective. If you stick to them, you can be in and out in 15 minutes or less, and your significant other will think you are amazing!
For more tips for your closet or your business, check out Debbie Wright’s ALL NEW website at projectcloset.com.