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How to Create a 5 Minute Beauty Routine

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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Seton Hall chapter.

In the busy world of a college student, there is little room to get enough sleep let alone have a standardized routine before and after class. Everything about a college student screams the word “tired”. Here are 3 products to help alleviate tired skin and establish both physical and mental beauty. 

1. Micellar Cleansing Water

Stressed out young students often have oily skin. This can lead to clogged pores and eventually cause breakouts. Makeup wipes and face washes can often leave skin tired and dried out with the addition of these skin problems. Micellar water acts as a balancer for oily or dry skin and cleans pores from top to bottom with vigor, but not by damaging the upper layer of skin. It acts gently and efficiently. It doesn’t require washing off either, so it’s quick and easy to use.

2. Rose Water Mist

Rose water is an essential to any beauty guru’s routine. Its calming and aromatic scent can act as a perfume to tired and oily skin. It can be used after a nightly or morning cleanse to tighten up pores and keep out any dirt that could clog them. It can also act as a makeup setting spray due to its tightening qualities. Its versatile usability makes it a great investment to any beginner collection. 

3. 1 Minute Hair Masks

After keeping your hair in a bun for the third day in a row, breakage and stiffness can really mess up your hair. Hair masks can help to re stabilize tired hair follicles and alleviate any stressed out strands with the help of strengthening proteins. They don’t even need to be used every single day- every two to three days can help give your hair the extra boost it needs for you to feel your best. 

All 3 of these products are extremely simple to use and require a maximum total of 5 minutes to keep you feeling refreshed and ready for the day ahead. 

Sophie Gochtovtt

Seton Hall '21

Sophie is a double major in Visual and Sound Media and Creative Writing at Seton Hall. She is an active sophomore- involved in Alpha Sigma Tau, English Club, and Pirate TV. In her free time, she enjoys watching movies, reading books and writing stories.
Hi! My name is Kiah Conway and I'm a double major in Journalism and Creative Writing here at Seton Hall. I am one of the Campus Correspondents for Her Campus, as well as a Chapter Advisor for some HC Chapters. If it wasn't already obvious, I am really passionate about writing. I'm also a serious Netflix addict and book lover. In between binge watching Marvel movies and doing homework, I spend my time hardcore Pinteresting and writing short stories.