Unless you’ve dedicated time to follow the infamous Korean 10-Step Skin Care regime and apply a full face of makeup in the morning, you probably don’t want to spend more than 10 minutes on your beauty routine every day. If you’re a makeup minimalist by nature or desperately want to get back to basics, streamlining your beauty bag is the first place to start. Don’t get overwhelmed—get organized.

Start by ditching any expired, dried out, or unused products at the bottom of your beauty bag. Mindfully set aside your go-to favorites. If you’re not in love with the products you’ve been using on the daily, it’s time to start from scratch. You know your schedule and your needs better than anyone else.

Here are five lifestyle-tailored makeup routines that only focus on three products for a complete look in five minutes or less.

Boardroom Professional

If you’d rather catch an extra few minutes of sleep before you head off to work in the morning, that’s good! Quality rest is vital for your skin’s health and your mental energy. Having a detailed makeup look is not a requirement of achieving your goals and being a leader in your industry. Know your priorities and boost your confidence by using only a handful of products in your morning beauty routine.

For a strong yet minimalist look, you only need an eyebrow pencil, matte lipstick, and mascara. Define your eyebrows with a waterproof eyebrow liner that matches your natural color. This subtly contours your face and creates a more professional look in a single step.

Next, use a mascara with a formula that lasts all day long. When you’re pulling a 50-hour work week, you don’t have time for flaking or smudging.

Last, hydrate your lips with a lipstick formula that includes pigmented color and moisturizing ingredients like shea butter and sunflower seed oil. Pick a shade that is versatile enough to go with the color palette of your wardrobe. A matte lipstick instantly creates a more sophisticated and intentional look, perfect for boardroom presentations or client meetings.

Home Office Freelancer

Just because you’re lucky enough to work from the comfort of your home doesn’t mean you should be lounging in your pajamas all day. Wearing a cute outfit and putting on a few makeup essentials can help motivate you to complete your daily tasks, from emailing clients to developing content. Plus, you’re always ready to head out the door if need be.

Let yourself be a little creative with the few makeup necessities you have in your beauty bag. Choose an eyeshadow palette with neutrals that fit your complexion while allowing for versatility and originality. If you’re a fan of a more defined eye look, try introducing a liquid eyeliner into your routine. You don’t always have to do a winged cat eye. Simply create a more rounded look by lining your top lid, which makes your lashes look thicker, and lining your bottom lid with a darker eyeshadow using an angled brush.

To finish off your look, apply a shimmery lip topper that hydrates without a sticky or watery formula. Keep the bottle on your desk or near your command station and reapply as needed throughout the day.

Household CEO

Much more realistic than “stay-at-home mom,” right? You run everything from grocery shopping to homework sessions, budgeting to schedule planning. Whether you have one kid or seven, what you don’t need is an over-complicated makeup routine that you never have time to actually complete. You only need three products to feel put together and put your best face forward (literally).

After cleansing your face and applying a lightweight moisturizer or face oil, use a tinted moisturizer with SPF 35+ to hydrate and protect your face from UVA/UVB rays. This product balances any unevenness and hyper-pigmentation you may have (or—let’s be honest—dark circles from when you’re running on two hours of sleep). Try a buildable formula that gives you control over how much coverage you want.

Follow up with your trusty eye brightener to open and lighten up your eye area. Use your ring finger to disperse a cream-to-powder formula throughout the inner corner of the eyes, brow bones, cupid’s bow, and any other areas you want to be highlighted.

Complete this fresh-faced look with a long-wearing lip liner. Before you conjure images of poorly lined lips from the ‘90s, get this: Lip liner can be used to tint and moisturize your lips just like a lipstick or lip gloss. A perk of using lip liner as your lip color is that it ensures optimal coverage and long-lasting wear. No need to worry about checking your lips in the rearview mirror while you’re rushing kids to soccer practice or music lessons. High-performance lip liner delivers gorgeous color while hydrating and smoothing your lips. It’s a win-win for even the busiest moms.

On-the-Go World Traveler

Whether you’re studying abroad in Europe or traveling for business in Asia, sticking to the essentials for your cosmetics and toiletries is imperative for your suitcase and your sanity. A highly-pigmented color stick is perfect for frequent travelers as everything you bring in your carry-on luggage needs to be versatile, and this product is no exception. A high-quality color stick delivers bold, waterproof color for your lips, cheeks, and eyes. It’s your blush, eyeshadow, and lipstick in a single, compact tool.

For those overnight or red-eye flights that leave you looking and feeling exhausted, an eye brightener is easy to apply as soon as you arrive. Highlight the inner corners of your eyes and define your brow bone for a more open and lifted look. Finish off with a tubing mascara with a fiber formula and your fresh face is ready for anything, anywhere you go.

Note: Only your tubing mascara needs to go into your TSA-required liquids bag. Keep your travel beauty bag smart and streamlined for ease of travel.

Athletic Instructor Babe

When your day revolves around breaking a sweat and motivating others, you need makeup that you can rely on to boost your confidence and last through everything you put it through. Being at the front of the classroom means all eyes are on you—just because you’re working out doesn’t mean you can’t look and feel your best.

False eyelashes applied with a waterproof eyelash glue are a great alternative to mascara for athletic instructors. Waterproof mascara can be drying on the lashes and skin, making it hard to remove when you’re done kicking butt for the day. Conversely, fake eyelashes are easy on your natural lashes and skin, especially when you use a latex-free, waterproof, and sweat-proof glue. These lashes come off when you want, and you still get the volume and length you dream of.

Chapped lips can be an annoying distractor when you’re leading a hot yoga class. If you want smooth lips with a pop of color, use a glossy hydrating serum stain. Look for formulas with ingredients like vitamin E, sodium hyaluronate, and vitamin B5. These naturally hydrate and smooth your lips, locking in the moisture your lips need.

Are you more confident when you put on a few strokes of mascara before walking out the door, or know that your eyebrows could use more definition before you meet a friend for coffee? You know yourself best, so add any makeup products that build your confidence or fit your needs into your streamlined routine. As each lifestyle above only uses three products to start, you have a world of opportunity to make your own personalized routine with your favorite products. Keep it simple while staying confident.

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