When you take your morning shower, do your parents or siblings knock on your door to get you out? Then, you're in luck, just read this article.
Step 1. Prepare everything you need
towel, comb, etc. Fold your clothes neatly, place them next to the shower, and lay out all your belongings. This saves time because you can get dressed quickly and tidy up in the morning (or evening).
Step 2. Don't turn on music at all
You can tell yourself that you only play the music for a minute, but it’s easy to lose track of time by daydreaming.
Step 3. Get in the shower
Make sure the water is hot to open up your pores.
Step 4. Immediately start shampooing your hair
Most people waste time early in the shower because they enjoy warm water for too long.
Step 5. Wash your body while the shampoo is still on your hair
This will give the shampoos time to absorb into the scalp. But don't waste too much time washing your body, as holding the shampoo for too long can be harmful to your hair.
Step 6. Rinse the shampoo off your hair, but try to leave the shower gel (or soap) on your body
Remember to rinse your hair completely.
Step 7. Wash your face
Keep the cleanser on your face for at least 30 seconds to let it clear your pores.
Step 8. If you shave, apply shaving cream to your legs and shave your hair quickly
Step 9. Rinse your entire body
Dampen your hair to make it easier to apply conditioner.
Step 10. Apply hair conditioner
When you're done, keep it on your hair while you brush your teeth with toothpaste and floss in the shower. Don't forget to prepare a glass to rinse your toothpaste. br>
Step 11. If you have enough courage, switch the water to cold
This will close the pores to keep bacteria out.
Step 12. Get out of the shower and turn off the water
Step 13. Dry yourself
Start at the top of your body. This will prevent water from dripping down your neck or back to your feet, forcing you to re-wipe dry parts of your body. Also remember to get your face wet, instead of rubbing it dry, this will irritate the skin.
Step 14. Apply deodorant / lotion / body spray
Step 15. Get yourself in order
Step 16. Repeat these steps daily
- If your shower takes time for the water to warm up, do your morning routine at that time.
- Wake up 10 minutes early so you have plenty of time to shower slowly.
- Be careful when shaving; you can cut yourself if you do it too quickly.
- Comb your hair before showering.
- Set a time limit, it will help.
- Blow dry your hair while doing your morning routine. If you have a hairdryer, turn it on to dry your hair faster. If you don't have a hairdryer, air-drying your hair while you work on other body parts can also save you time.
- Wash yourself before starting procedures.
- Eat breakfast en route to your destination unless you are the driver, otherwise it is not safe to eat while driving.
- Save time in the shower by using shampoo every other day.
- If your brother knocks on the door, either tell him, "I'm almost ready!" or: "I'm leaving already."
- Don't fuss, just don't waste time.
- Do not lock the door if you are showering with people you trust in the house. A closed door can provide privacy, but if you fall, it will prevent Emergency Situations officials from getting to you.
- Try to buy a mat with suction cups so you don't fall over. Be careful not to mold it, so clean it every week!
- Make sure you are awake enough to shower. If not, you could cut yourself while shaving or slip on the floor in the shower!
- Washing your hair every day can lead to breakage. Therefore, wash your hair every other day. But that doesn't mean you can skip your daily shower. Take a shower anyway and just don't wash your hair.