Easy Winter Makeup, Makeup Tips
The change of seasons is always refreshing, but winter challenges the skin and makeup more than any of the other seasons. Cold temperatures, snowy weather, heated rooms.The biggest problem is dry skin on the face, hands, and knees, and sometimes all over the body. The best advice is to moisturize. And moisturize.
***What your skin type is:
- Â Â Â Dry skin: Use a facial serum or oil under a thicker-formula moisturizer.
- Â Â Â Oily Skin: Use an oil-free serum and oil-free moisturizer.
- Â Â Â Combination skin: Use oil-free products on , which get drier in the wintertime.
Many times dry skin gets flakes on the eyelids and cheeks and around the lip area. The best way to get rid of them is to exfoliate the skin right after showering, when the skin is still soft. After that apply a thick layer of a cream-based hydration mask all over your face. Leave it on for five minutes, then press a tissue on your face and let it absorb the mask. Donâ€™t scrub your face; just gently tap it with the tissue so you get all the extra mask off your face.Powder is needed all over the face for oily skin. Those with combination and dry skin should use powder on the Tâ€‘area only to set the base. If your skin is dry and flaky, donâ€™t use any base product, just a face oil and your protecting SPF 15 face cream (but you can still use mascara and tinted lip balm).
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Winter Makeup and Skin Care:
As you know weather gets colder and that rosy glow pops into your cheeks every time you step outdoors, your beauty routine needs to follow suit. This winter has its own set of trends, as well as some general guidelines to help in your skincare and makeup products to protect your skin .
- The sun that reflects from the snow is as strong as the sun that reflects from water. So choose a day cream with at least SPF 15, or a foundation with SPF. Skin is also paler in the winter, so you must use a wintertime base.
- Â That if your face is pale, pastel colors will create a washed-out look that is not flattering; light pastel eye and lip makeup looks better on tanned skin, which is why pastels are very popular in the summer. For a cool-tone winter look, wear deeper colors on your eyes and give your lips a matte fuchsia tone instead of light icy pink. Or use some color on your eyes and keep your lips pale
- Blush is a key item to the winter makeup look. It really gives some color to your skin and wakes up your whole face. Use the powder formulas, which sit better than gel or cream blushes. The color of your blush is completely your own choice
- Mascara should be waterproof; rain, snow, and going from outdoor to indoor temperatures will make regular mascara run. You donâ€™t always have to use black mascara; try brown, blue, or green. Water-resistant eye pencil is excellent; because itâ€™s made of waxes, it will stay through the rain. Water-resistant liquid eyeliners are good but donâ€™t necessarily stay well because of their flakiness.
- use tinted lip balm, which is available in many different colors. The pigmentation is not that high, but you will get smooth, healthy-looking lips with a beautiful sheen.
- Keep your hands moisturized. You can even sleep with cotton gloves on after applying a thick layer of hand cream to your hands. In the morning your hands and cuticles will be soft and moisturized.Darker nail colors look trendy in the winter. You can buy a lipstick to match with your nail color because cosmetic companies launch the looks that way. It will always give a very sophisticated, mature look.