How to Take a Quick Shower (for Girls)
Yet again your alarm doesn't go off and you rush into the bathroom to take your morning shower. As a female aged 7 to 12, there's a particular way to shower quickly, especially if your parents and siblings are banging for a turn in the family bathroom, (oh for an ensuite!) What do you do? Read this article to find out.
Gather everything you need:Towel, hairbrush, clothes, etc. Fold up your clothes neatly, place them next to the shower, and line up all of your things. This saves time because you can quickly get dressed and prepared for the day (or night).
Avoid turning on music.You might tell yourself only this little bit, but it is easy to get lost up in your daydreams.
Turn the water on while you are undressing if it will take a while to heat up.The hot water also helps to open your pores.
Get right to shampooing your hair when you get in the shower.Most girls waste time in the very beginning of their shower because they take too long savoring the warm water.
Wash your body while shampoo is still in your hair.This gives your shampoo time to seep into your scalp.
Rinse the shampoo out of your hair while also rinsing the soap off your body.
Wash your face.Keep your face wash on your face for at least 30 seconds to let it cleanse your pores.
Apply shaving cream to your legs and shave quickly (only if you shave), but be careful not to cut yourself!It is best to turn the shower off while doing this, as it saves water. You might be a little cold at first, but think of the planet (and your water bill)!
Dampen your hair so it is easier to condition.
Condition your hair.When you are done, let it sit while you brush and floss your teeth in the shower. Be sure to have a cup so you can rinse out your toothpaste.
Turn the water to a cold setting if you wish; this closes your pores so bacteria can't access it.
Dry off.Get out of the shower and begin to dry yourself. Start at the top. This way, no water will drip down from your neck or back onto your legs, forcing you to dry the already dry parts off. Also, remember to pat your face rather than rubbing it dry with a soft towel; this irritates your skin.
Apply lotion after your shower to get your body moisturized.But don't apply deodorant. Wait at least 30 min. The reasoning for this is because your deodorant has chemicals that are only suppose to be used on top of your skin. Not the inside.
Perform your morning beauty routine.
- If your shower takes a while to heat up, do any parts of your morning routine that you can while it's heating up.
- Be careful if shaving, you can cut yourself if you are working too fast.
- Get up 10 minutes earlier that way you will have plenty of time to finish without having to rush.
- Brush your hair before you get in the shower.
- Set a time limit, it will help.
- Air dry while you do any parts of your morning routine. If you have a fan, turn it on so you'll air dry faster. If you don't have a fan, air drying while you do other parts of your morning routine still helps you save time.
- Splash water on your face before beginning.
- Eat breakfast on your way to wherever you're going. Unless you're the driver. Then it's not safe to eat while you drive.
- If your sibling is banging on the door, tell them either "I am almost done!" or "I will be right out."
- Save time in the shower by only using shampoo once every other day.
- If it motivates you, set up a competition with your family to see who can be ready first in the morning.
- Have showers in the evenings if you don't have enough time in the mornings. They save you time and they're really refreshing after a hard day.
- To save time and money, shower every other day. This way you use less shampoo and water.
- Set a timer or a goal if you're one of those people who take super long showers and want to get done quickly.
- Don't wash yourself while the shampoo is in; instead, wash yourself while your conditioner is in so it has longer to set and nourish the hair, giving back some of the important oils that are stripped away by the shampoo. Pin it up high off your neck with a claw clip and leave it up until you've washed and rinsed, then let it down and rinse our excess conditioner. This helps allow for quick showers while ensuring the body is still properly cared for.
- To prevent cuts when you're shaving make your bar of soap in to a foamy consistency and rub it all over the particular body part that you are shaving, then go ahead and shave over it. That will ensure smaller chances of cutting yourself.
- Even a cold water shower helps wake up your senses, and it gives you a good start.
- A harsh, cold shower will motivate you to finish your shower as quickly as possible; a pleasant and warm shower will not.
- Make sure the water isn't too hot, as your skin can get dry and you will be more likely to develop dandruff.
- Washing your hair every day can lead to breakage. So instead only wash every other day. That does not mean skip a shower every day. Still take a shower, just don't wash your hair.
- Don't lock the door if you are taking a shower with trustworthy people in the house. It may provide privacy, but if you fall, it will keep emergency representatives from getting to you.
- Make sure you are awake enough to do this. If you aren't, you may cut yourself shaving if you shave, or slip on the shower floor!
- Try buying a mat with suction cups so you won't fall; be careful, it could grow mold so clean weekly!
Things You'll Need
2 cups (one for spitting out toothpaste and one for rinsing your body)
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