Wengie talks through her night routine. As she says, she doesn’t do this routine every night, because nobody has time for all that!
The first thing in this night routine is changing out of day clothes and into comfy lounge clothes. Once she’s comfortable, she works, edits, or answers e-mails that have piled up. She states that she uses scents like lemon, rosemary, and mint to help bolster her concentration and memory. Recommended ways to deliver that smell are through scent sticks, tea, or candles. Snacktime comes next, and Wengie suggest putting healthy snacks like vegetables, hummus, and pita chips in muffin cups to control portions. Some relaxing time with Netflix accompanies the snack. Wengie suggests checking out the documentary and foreign sections to find educational shows and shows that present different cultures.
Next, Wengie uses a cleansing brush to remove makeup because it cleans, removes makeup, and exfoliates all at once, eliminating some steps. A masque is the next part of this routine if she has time. She recommends honey as an easy DIY mask, as it is antibacterial, soothing, and budget friendly. A few recipes are included for specific skin issues. A simple hack she uses to keep the honey from sticking to the spoon is to first dip the spoon in coconut oil, then scoop up the honey. Leave the honey on for 30 minutes. While you wait, write down 3 things you’re thankful for and 3 reflections or things you’ve learned about yourself to increase happiness and learn more about yourself.
After the masque is removed, Wengie uses a toner, SK II essence, and an oil to moisturize and massage her face. She suggests replacing blue toned lights with yellow tones or candles before bed to send your body signals that it’s bedtime. She also suggests avoiding your phone before bed for the same reason. Finally, read a book and put a few drops of lavender near your pillow for a more relaxing sleep.