What's your morning routine?
I tie a plastic ice pack around my face and commence with the morning’s stretching exercises.
Afterwards I stand in front of a chrome and acrylic Washmobile bathroom sink – with soap dish, cup holder, and railings that serve as towel bars, which I bought at Hastings Tile to use while the marble sinks I ordered from Finland are being sanded – and stare at my reflection with the ice pack still on.
I pour some Plax anti-plaque formula into a stainless-steel tumbler and swish it around my mouth for thirty seconds.
Then I squeeze Rembrandt onto a faux-tortoiseshell toothbrush and start brushing my teeth (too hung over to floss properly – but maybe I flossed before bed last night?) and rinse with Listerine.
Then I inspect my hands and use a nailbrush.
I take the ice-pack mask off and use a deep-pore cleanser lotion
Then an herb-mint facial masque which I leave on for ten minutes while I check my toenails.
Then I use the Probright tooth polisher and next the Interplak tooth polisher (this in addition to the toothbrush) which has a speed of 4200 rpm and reverses direction forty-six times per second; the larger tufts clean between teeth and massage the gums while the short ones scrub the tooth surfaces.
I rinse again, with Cepacol. I wash the facial massage off with a spearmint face scrub.
In the shower I use first a water-activated gel cleanser, then a honey-almond body scrub, and on the face an exfoliating gel scrub.
Vidal Sassoon shampoo is especially good at getting rid of the coating of dried perspiration, salts, oils, airborne pollutants and dirt that can weigh down hair and flatten it to the scalp which can make you look older.The conditioner is also good – silicone technology permits conditioning benefits without weighing down the hair which can also make you look older.
On weekends or before a date I prefer to use the Greune Natural Revitalizing Shampoo, the conditioner and the Nutrient Complex. These are formulas that contain D-panthenol, a vitamin-B-complex factor; polysorbate 80, a cleansing agent for the scalp; and natural herbs.
Over the weekend I plan to go to Bloomingdale’s or Bergdorf’s and on Evelyn’s advice pick up a Foltene European Supplement and Shampoo for thinning hair which contains complex carbohydrates that penetrate the hair shafts for improved strength and shine. Also the Vivagen Hair Enrichment Treatment, a new Redken product that prevents mineral deposits and prolongs the life cycle of hair. Luis Carruthers recommended the Aramis Nutriplexx system, a nutrient complex that helps increase circulation.
Once out of the shower and toweled dry I put the Ralph Lauren boxers back on and before applying the Mousse A Raiser, a shaving cream by Pour Hommes, I press a hot towel against my face for two minutes to soften abrasive beard hair.
Then I always slather on a moisturizer (to my taste, Clinique) and let it soak in for a minute. You can rinse it off or keep it on and apply a shaving cream over it – preferably with a brush, which softens the beard as it lifts the whiskers – which I’ve found makes removing the hair easier. Leave the sideburns and chin for last, since these whiskers are tougher and need more time to soften. Rinse the razor and shake off any excess water before starting.
Afterwards splash cool water on the face to remove any trace of lather. You should use an aftershave lotion with little or no alcohol. Never use cologne on your face, since the high alcohol content dries your face out and makes you look older. One should use an alcohol-free antibacterial toner with a water-moistened cotton ball to normalize the skin.
Applying a moisturizer is the final step. Splash on water before applying an emollient lotion to soften the skin and seal in the moisture.
Next apply Gel Appaisant, also made by Pour Hommes, which is an excellent, soothing skin lotion. If the face seems dry and flaky – which makes it look dull and older – use a clarifying lotion that removes flakes and uncovers fine skin (it can also make your tan look darker).
Then apply an anti-aging eye balm (Baume Des Yeux) followed by a final moisturizing “protective” lotion.
A scalp-programming lotion is used after I towel my hair dry. I also lightly blow-dry the hair to give it body and control (but without stickiness) and then add more of the lotion, shaping it with a Kent natural-bristle brush, and finally slick it back with a wide-tooth comb.
morning routine on a 'stay at home' day
wake up, put on comfy clothes
toilet time + wash hands with soap and water
- wash private parts, armpits and feet with washcloth and water
- put on clean underwear and socks
- put on deodorant
- brush teeth
- wash face and neck with water
- apply moisturizing cream on face, neck and hands
- apply lip balm
smile at myself in the mirror to wish me a good day
Do math until alarm clock stops
Yell at whatever cat is in the sink that morning
Empty bladder while putting on bra (multi tasking!)
Get socks, undies and clothes
Comb hair gently
Put hair into bun
Clear lip lacquer
Grab lunch From fridge
How big is ur pp
I love you. It's a little inaccurate but I like to imagine it's because you wrote this from memory. A+ see me after class>>14561>Wake up>Check time>Put water on face>Shit>Turn on some music>Shower (anti-dandruff shampoo and pomegranate bodywash)>Clean face with micellar water>Brush teeth (sensodyne)>Glasses>Practice facial expressions in the mirror>Get dressed>Turn off music>Breakfast>Keys>Go to work
>wake up at six>put on my big hoodie and listen to my morning playlist which almost always starts with 'All Star' by Smash Mouth so I can larp as Shrek in my swamp>make bed, drink litre of water, acquire more water, and brush teeth>workout whilst watching trashy tv or something funny>be quenched again>shower, exfoliate body, put on deodorant >put on laid out clothes, usually a tracksuit>make breakfast, usually is marmite on toast with an orange, a boiled egg and tea>wash and moisturise face>take bun out, put hair into one braid or half up half down>put on spf moisturiser, lip balm, and occasionally eyeliner>say morning prayers>plan out day
And then I'm ready to go at 8:00am
This is the routine that makes me feel good and stops me from doing nothing until 4:00pm kek >>14642
Do you do your whole morning routine to music? How do you not run out of music, doing that every day?
Yeah, I do. If I don't play music (I sing along to it) then I will inevitably start talking to myself and get distracted and interrupt my routine and be late. I maintain a playlist of songs that work for me. I don't run out because every two weeks or so I find new music online. Even still if I really like a song I will just put it on repeat for hours. Yes this is autistic I know
Samefag but your routine is based as fuck btw
you don’t do any of that you lying fuck. you might’ve done it ONCE, but I guarantee your room is a mess with tampons everywhere and you are likely in dire need of a douche.
Why did her post make you angry?
Don't take this the wrong way, but I find it kind of cute that you sing your way through the morning and practice facial expressions. I also do that sometimes so I can blend in with the other humans.>>14661
I'm pretty sure 14659 is just my bpd sister posting here or a non female entity lmao
You're right, I don't do it every day, but I try to do it most days or I will barely get anything done.
That's sweet of you anon, it's nice to know someone else does it.
based american psycho
1000pm sleeping pills
715am first alarm: antidepressants and caffeine pills then back to sleep
740am second alarm: set timer for 5 minutes of phone
745am equip socks and new underwear
750am log into work
750am to 9am brush teeth, rinse face with water or wash face with cereve cleanser, apply cereve retinol cream, get and drink coffee. give cat treats and prepare flavored water drinks for the day
9am put phone in cupboard and start working
wake up at 5:30 or 6:00
weight myself, shower, wash hair, get dressed, drink tea, do makeup and hair, brush teeth, pack my bag and leave at 7ish
>wake at 9 am to random noise
>go back to my nice dreams
>wake up at 10 am
>what the fuck is it this time i'm too tired for this
>wake up at noon
>browse phone for an hour
>splash water on face
>get back in bed and browse phone for another hour
>get out of bed to charge phone
>do 10 squats
>shower and put clothes on
>start a pot of coffee
And then I'm all ready to pretend like I am paying attention to whatever bullshit I have to do.
10.50am - wake-up
10.51am - read email
10.52am - roll out of bed
10.53am - make a cup of matcha in the microwave
10.54am - pee
10.55am - get dressed
10.56am - fill water bottle
10.57am - find textbook
10.58am - open laptop
10.59am - connect zoom
11.00am - class starts
- wake up
- gently brush knots out of hair
- get in the shower, shampoo and condition hair, wash body, shave armpits if needed
- dry myself off, apply salicylic acid gel to parts of body where i’m prone to acne/ingrown hair and benzyl peroxide on any body acne/bumps
- body lotions, deodorant, perfume
- floss and brush teeth
- make face slightly damp then apply moisturisers, sunscreen and primer
- comb hair
- make breakfast, put on clothes and jewellery
- somehow eat breakfast and apply makeup at the same time
- feed my cat
>chat good morning to bf
>change my cats' water and food
>spend time with the cats
>eat light breakfast while reading a book
>go back online and chat bf
>do yoga and french / work
this is my ideal morning routine but my work schedule is flexible but whenever i have the chance, i do this. wish it's everyday though