Still using your summer makeup? Get ready to take your winter routine to the next level. Read these winter makeup tips to find out which products to switch out so your beauty game is on!
Winter Makeup Tips
After months of dwelling under the hot summer sun, tanning at the beach, and sweating profusely, the cold winter breeze has finally arrived!
As the seasons transition, not only does your wardrobe change, but your makeup and skincare routine should be switched out, too. From layering serums, balms and hydrating creams to keeping a natural glow with your makeup, the increased dryness and colder temperatures call for a more ethereal appearance to the skin.
Here are a few winter makeup tips to help you switch out your summer beauty routine for winter.
➊ Ethereal Skin
Summer was all about looking bronzed and tanned while trying to avoid overdoing the shine. Winter calls for a natural luminous glow that starts with your skincare routine.
Even if your skin is prone to excess oil, a nourishing moisturizer or nighttime serum will help keep your skin supple and smooth throughout the day.
For a dry facial oil that’s light on the skin, the Caudalie Polyphenol C15 Overnight Detox Oil provides enough moisture to renew your skin as you sleep.
➋ Flawless Skin for Makeup
Your first makeup step starts by using the right products to keep your skin hydrated while keeping products in place all day. While most primers will help control oil and fill in fine lines, multipurpose primers add an extra layer of hydration after your daily moisturizer.
To help revitalize your skin, the Josie Maran Surreal Skin Argan Finishing Balm can be applied on both oil-prone and dry skin on areas like your forehead, cheeks, and nose. The creamy, lightweight formula adds a natural radiant glow and softly sculpts the face with a luminous glow.
➌ Illuminated Foundation
After prepping your skin for makeup, using the right foundation for that lit-from-within glow is essential. The winter season calls for a dewy touch that adds a brightened look to the skin.
One of the most versatile foundations to perfect your skin for a radiant finish is the Becca Aqua Luminous Perfecting Foundation. The smooth liquid coverage is ultra light.
The luminosity in the foundation seamlessly blurs imperfections and leaves a soft-focused glow that flatters all complexions and skin types.
➍ Glowy Cheeks
It’s all about glowy cheeks and highlighted cheekbones this winter. Skip out on using bronzy tones from summer and go for a more rose-hued flush of color on the cheeks.
No winter-ready look is complete without a dewy blush like the Hourglass Ambient® Lighting Blush, which adds a soft-focus, multidimensional color. Unlike a traditional blush, this unique formula is infused with light-reflecting properties that can double as a highlight.
For a natural, soft hue, always start lightly on the cheeks and brush the product upwards for a glowy cheekbone.
➎ Dark, Vampy Lips
Last, but certainly not least, is switching out your lip products for deeper tones.
Dark vampy lips are ideal to take your winter makeup to the next level. Look for tones of browns, plums, burgundy and reds for a dramatic, deep touch.
With any dark lip, a matte finish is longer-lasting, like the NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Cruella. The crimson-hued lip color applies evenly on the lips; using a primer or a lip balm beforehand will help keep your color in place all day.
With any winter makeup and skincare routine, it’s all about simplicity. Substitute your bronzer for a glowy highlight and blush and take your lip color to the next level.
Do you have any other winter makeup tips to add? Please comment below!
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- Tips for Dry Skin Prevention During Winter Travels
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