The purpose of our bags are to be convenient, so why do we often find ourselves inconvenienced by them? Spending 5 minutes pushing things around your bag, and eventually, having to take items out of the bag just to locate an eyeliner pencil. The secret to avoid this ,and utilizing that Burkin appropriately, is to be organized and deliberate in what you keep in your bag. Trim down on how much makeup you keep in your bag. Yeah that MAC Retro Matte Liquid Lipcolour is amazing but stick to the basics when choosing what to keep in your purse on a daily basis. Here are a few ideas on what to have on hand in your day to day bag.
Whatever type of eyeliner you apply swift and efficiently keep stored for last minute application. If you can always get the perfect wing out of your liquid eyeliner then keep that handy. However, liquid eyeliner can be tough to apply so if you don’t have a very steady hand you can rely on automatic liners or regular eye liner pencils.
Mascara is as essential to your bag as car keys, you should never leave home without it. Even a quick swipe as you fly into work will have you feeling wide eyed, as if you hadn’t missed a beat. A great mascara to keep in your purse is an “everyday” mascara. Ysl makes a version called Baby Doll that gives you a sultry look with one clean coat.
If you don’t have time to get a dewy finish on your makeup, concealer can aid in providing coverage and hiding those dark circles haunting your under eye. Covergirl Trublend Fixstick is a great choice when faced with the painstaking task of strolling the aisles of Ulta.
Maintaining hydrated lips trumps a fire engine red in terms of bag essentials, however if a particular shade is your go to store that as well as the multi purpose balm. A tinted lip balm could negate the need for the lipstick and cut down the clutter in your purse. If you’re not interested in shades then a simple chapstick will do. Multi purpose balms like Master Glaze from Maybelline make for a quick dab of blush or eye tint as well.
In short, keep it simple when deciding what to store in your bag. It will make things more convenient in the long run.