Products to keep in your arsenal especially if you always wake up late:

1. Facial mist

After washing your face, mist toner on your face. This particular toning mist acts as a protective barrier of the skin against dust and pollution—perfect for gals who commute!

Try: Etude House Dust Cut Facial Mist, P578, at SM Megamall

2. Serum

You're used to massaging serum on your face at night, but using it in the morning makes a huge, difference! Your skin never ceases to glow and look firm (aka look young and fresh!).

Try: Banila Co It Radiant Brightening Oil, P1195, at Glorietta

3. Tinted Sunscreen

Living in this tropical country, you need to protect your skin from the sun always. A tinted sunscreen shields the skin from UV rays and provides a wearable, sheer coverage.

Try: Belo Sun Expert Tinted Sunscreen, P449.75, at department stores

4. Eyebrow mascara

Simply brush your brow hairs up with an eyebrow mascara to fake thick and lush arches. This works faster than filling your brows with an eyebrow pencil!

Try: Esteé Lauder Brow Now Volumizing Brow Tint, at SM Aura

5. Lip and cheek color

Add a natural-looking color to your face by anointing both cheeks and lips with a stain.

Try: Pixi by Petra Multibalm, P650,

6. Powder

Dust a finely-milled luminous powder for a non-cakey and radiant finish.

Try: Stila Set and Correct Baked Powder Trio, at Rustan's branches

7. A messy 'do

Sleek hairstyles may take almost half an hour to perfect, while messy hairdos work with the natural texture of your locks. Take a look out our hairstyle suggestions here.

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