Here's something we love about video calls: You can do the bare minimum for your beauty look and still manage to look good on camera (click here for some helpful tricks). It's all about prioritizing—do you play up your eyes, touch up your skin, or just add color to your lips and cheeks? The choice is yours, but once you find something that works, we highly suggest leaving that product on your bedside table just in case.
And if you're open to suggestions, we asked three influencers to reveal their go-to's for a quick face. Check them out below!
Nicole Cordoves: Cushion Compact
If a smooth base is your non-negotiable, take a cue from beauty queen Nicole Cordoves and always have a cushion compact on hand. Her go-to for video calls and meetings is Tom Ford's Soft Radiance Cushion Compact for a flawless glow that feels weightless on the skin.
Shade and Illuminate Soft Radiance Foundation SPF 50/PA++++ Cushion Compact, P5100, TOM FORD, Rustan's
Erika Kristensen: Mascara
Not everyone has time for a full eye look when you're rushing to make it to a call. For a quick eye-opening boost, though, do it like Erika Kristensen and never skip the mascara! The model and host loves Maybelline's Total Temptation Mascara in the waterproof formula for all-day hold.
Total Temptation Waterproof Mascara, P399, MAYBELLINE, SM Beauty
Nicole Romero: Cream Blush
Of course, there are people like beauty content creator Nicole Romero who always has blush for those camera-on calls. Her pick is Riviera from NARS, a cream stick that she can just swipe on to look instantly dewy and fresh.
The Multiple in Riviera, P2250, NARS, Rustan's
Want to see how these products work IRL? Click play on the video below!