Things to do while stuck at home
While this may sound achievable to some, for others who are always out and about and barely spend time at home, staying quarantined for an indefinite amount of time might get a bit maddening
While this may sound achievable to some, for others who are always out and about and barely spend time at home, staying quarantined for an indefinite amount of time might get a bit maddening. But instead of whining about it, look at it from a different perspective; with so much time on your hands, this is the best moment to catch up on your to-do self-care list and start making a few changes to your beauty lifestyle. Here are a few things you can do while stuck at home.
Clean your makeup brushes
The first thing to do while stuck at home during the coronavirus outbreak is to finally get to cleaning your makeup brushes. Dirty makeup brushes are a breathing ground for bacteria hence they must be washed every week. If you were wondering why you always break out or even suffer from rashes despite having a good skin care routine, well, here's your problem. You should regularly clean your makeup brushes and sponges whether there's a virus outbreak or not.
Organise your beauty cabinet
Use this coronavirus quarantine time to tidy up your makeup cabinet. You don't need to have OCD or be a neat freak to Marie Kondo your makeup. A carefully organised makeup collection that consists of separating your essentials from lesser-used products and colour-coding your lipsticks and eyeshadows will make your life so much easier and it's also a great way to pass the time.
Give yourself a mani-pedi
It's advisable not to venture out even to the salon during these trying times but that doesn't mean you can't get salon-like nails at home. One of the fun things you can do while stuck at home during this coronavirus outbreak is a DIY mani-pedi. It's not hard to do manicures at home and with the end of this season's fashion week, there are a whole lot of nail art designs you can work with. Best of all, you don't need to be a pro to recreate these nail art designs.
Invest in a proper skincare routine
Splashing water on your face and using a bit of face wash isn't what we consider a proper skincare routine. Now that you're stuck at home with nothing to do, invest your time in the 10-step Korean skincare routine you've been avoiding. This simple skincare routine steps will help rejuvenate your skin and give you flawless glass skin.
Double up on the hand cream
During this break, it is advisable to wash your hand regularly and for a longer period as well as use plenty of hand sanitiser. Following this routine to prevent the spread of coronavirus can leave your skin dry and cracked. So, stock up on those hand creams, and keep your hands moisturised all day long.