So it’s that time of the year again when we’ve all got deadlines to meet and exams to revise for. For some, you’ll become used to living off ready meals and surviving all-nighters as you try to cram that last bit of revision in.
Exam time can be extremely stressful and as a result we often neglect our appearance – and sometimes our health – trying to get everything done in time! The majority of you girls will be in your ‘sweatpants, hair-tied, chilling with no makeup look’ mood so here are a few of my favourite beauty tips and products to use during your revision breaks to keep you looking your best!
This is definitely a Holy Grail skincare product especially during exam season! It’s essentially a beauty face mist that soothes skin, tightens pores and provides an instant burst of radiance to the complexion. A perfect little pick me up for those long dull revision days or even as a little radiance boost before your exam!
2. DIY Homemade Face Mask
This facemask is super easy and quick to make and it can be made using ingredients you have at home.
What you will need:
1 Tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil
½ Tablespoon Honey
1 Tablespoon Baking Soda
Just mix the above ingredients together in a bowl and that’s it! You’ll have your very own homemade facemask that will help to brighten up your skin and give you a gorgeous glow regardless of how stressed you might be feeling!
Now this product is perfect for those late night revision sessions! To stop you from looking like you’ve just risen from the dead, why not try Garnier’s roll on moisturising eye cream. It has a cooling roller ball to help refresh and hydrate tired looking eyes and also doubles up as a tinted concealer for flawless coverage of those dark circles!
Now we all know a nice relaxing bath is the best way to de-stress our bodies, so why not go a step further and pamper yourself with one of Lush’s gorgeous bath bombs! They come in a variety of different scents, shapes and colours and not only do they smell amazing but they make your bath look super pretty too!
Edited by Sam Carey