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Visual Beauty Basics: Morning and Nighttime Beauty Routines

It’s not easy to know how to create a beauty routine. You know skin care is important, but the products and claims are confusing.

How many times a day should you wash your face?
Do you need toner, astringent, both, or neither?

Let’s clear away the confusion and show you the basics of beautiful, healthy skin.

Your Morning Beauty Routine

If your morning routine is to splash some water on your face and pat it dry before you apply makeup, you’re doing a disservice to your skin. Looking your best is about more than just eyeshadow and lipstick. You can have the most expensive makeup in the world, but without proper skin care, it will be worthless. With that in mind, check out these videos for basic morning routines, each for a different skin type.

Morning Beauty Routine for Oily Skin

misscarolynxo understands the special needs of oily skin. Her morning skin care routine uses three products that you can easily find at drugstores and retail stores.

Morning Beauty Routine for Dry Skin

This JuliesBeautyDish video for dry skin has plenty of detailed info on getting clean, hydrated skin. She explains why she uses specific types of products as well as how often to use them.

Morning Beauty Routine for Combination/Sensitive Skin

essiebutton’s video shows you everything you need to know to care for sensitive combination skin. She also discusses some products that help keep skin looking youthful and radiant.

Your Nighttime Beauty Routine

On the other end of the skincare spectrum is your nightly beauty routine. And it’s just as important as your daytime skincare. Night is when the makeup needs to come off and your face gets a gentle, thorough cleansing. It’s also when you apply the products that work best while you sleep. These videos have great information on how to get a clean slate and what products will work best at night for your skin type.

Nighttime Beauty Routine for Oily Skin

stillGLAMORUS has the solutions for oily skin nighttime care. Find out why she recommends using cold water and what clearing system might be your new “must have” for your skin.

Nighttime Beauty Routine for Dry Skin

Nicole Elise makes a nighttime routine for dry skin easy to follow. She doesn’t just tell you what to use, but explains why each step is important.

Nighttime Beauty Routine for Combination/Sensitive Skin

essiebutton is a YouTube beauty sensation. This follow-up to her morning routine shows you how to care for combination/sensitive skin at night, including the best way to dry off your face.

    

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