Sexy Makeup You Can Do in Your Car
Are your mornings so crazed that you usually put your makeup on using your rear-view mirror? Here are the best looks to do in your (hopefully parked) car
Oh wait, was that you we spotted on the road today?
It's OK, we won't wag a finger just yet. We know how hectic mornings can get with the kids screaming and the breakfast burning and the dog scratching at the front door because he's ready for his walk.
So, when we are finally out the door, sometimes we, too, hope for a red light or four so we can finish filling in our eyebrows.
See the 4 easy makeup looks you can do in your car now.
And while there's the obvious problem with putting on your makeup while driving (read: it's illegal), there are other risks as well. Like stabbing yourself in the eye with your eyeliner from a sudden stop. Or hitting a bump in the road that forces you to draw your liner so thick you walk into work wearing a cat eye to rival Cleopatra's.
Now, we're not saying that you should forego wearing makeup to the office altogether. In fact, researchers at Harvard University and Boston University found that wearing makeup can actually raise your perceived level of competence, likability, and trustworthiness. It can also help you look more awake and put-together -- even if you didn't get enough sleep or have enough time to get ready in the morning.
That's why we've compiled these makeup looks that are so easy, you can apply them in five minutes flat -- ideally when your gearshift is in park. We also uncovered the best makeup tricks to disguise the problems one too many busy mornings cause: sallow skin, tired eyes, and other dead giveaways that you're overworked and not getting enough shut-eye. Ready to look awake, competent, and not like Cleopatra for that 8 a.m. meeting? Park that car and try one of these looks.
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