My Top 5 Makeup Tips for Working From Home—And NOT Looking Like a Total Soiled Sloth :)

Hi!

You are going to think I'm positively off my rocker, but I made you a video containing my very own top five makeup tips for NOT looking like a soiled sloth while working from home. Because WORKING FROM HOME IS HARD AND WE NEED ALL THE HELP WE CAN GET.

(Also, because last week one of our Unf*ckwithable Girlfriends—a fabulous photographer named Heidi—rocked a Facebook Live for all of us on how to look hot for the camera, and SHE LOOKED SO GOOD IT INSPIRED US ALL.)

I mean, working from home is simultaneously the best thing that's ever happened to you and the worst, am I right? You can drink margaritas in the afternoon but you will also forget what it's like do pesky things like groom yourself.

But then one day some over-achiever from the real world is going to call you and actually ask you to GO SOMEWHERE. And who has time for a full face of makeup? Who? Tell me, who? Nobody, that's who. But you also don't want to re-enter society looking like swamp thing.

Alas, I have 5 LIFE SAVING PRODUCTS that I slap on myself quickly and without much precision, almost every single day, that somehow manage to transform me from ghoul to girl in a matter of seconds. But, like, actual seconds. (These five, I am certain, are the key to not actually going insane every time you look at yourself in the mirror.)

Click below to watch + learn ze ways in this 3 minute video—and I promise I was totally bare-faced when I started! (It's pretty scary but I'm pretty sure you can forgive me.)

 

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*I totally have these products and use 'em RELIGIOUSLY, but if you purchase through any of those links I'll get a commission from Amazon. Because cash money, babes!

 

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