I personally wash my face twice daily, follow up with appropriate serums, then work my way through my makeup each morning. I use foundation, powder, blush, and eye makeup almost daily (excluding days I'm home). What do you consider as too much?
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Too much is when your beauty routine causes conflicts with your life and being on time for work/school/engagements
-Take elastics off, brush teeth, Listerine rinse. Put elastics back on
-Cleanse skin with Purpose or African Black Soap then apply moisturizer
-Wet hair, apply extra virgin coconut oil, detangle and put mousse
-Put Cetaphil moisturizer on my body
-Fill in eyebrows(an absolute must for me). If I have time left, I'll apply foundation, gel eyeliner on the top lid and mascara
This would all take me less than 20 minutes...The thing that takes the most time is the wetting my hair because I don't get in the shower, I lean over and wet it with water while it's in a bun.
-Take elastics off. Rinse mouth a few times. Floss. Take proxy brush and clean between brackets. Brush. Use Listerine or ACT Fluoride rinse. Put elastics back on
-Cleanse skin with Purpose or Black African Soap and my Clarisonic(sometimes).
-Shower. Either wash my hair and deep condition or co-wash it.
-Put my epiduo on or use my Cetaphil Moisturizing cream or Snail Extract Cream
-Oil my hair with extra virgin coconut oil or amla oil. Detangle and put in a bun.
-Moisturize skin with Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream
My beauty routine typically includes cleansing, moisturizing or using my acne treatment. Lately I had been layering with serums, softeners and moisturizers but I stopped1