Best winter makeup tips for glowing skin


Best winter makeup tips for glowing skin

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Best winter makeup tips for glowing skin

Protected you may be from the elements; it can be difficult to shield your skin from winter’s harsh conditions and prevent it from looking washed out, dull and downright ghostly.

And then you’re stuck dealing with a dry, flaky and irritated complexion as you try to put your best face forward at work, social outings and more on days when sometimes you don’t even want to venture outdoors.

For those whose idea of winter glow doesn’t involve jetting off to a tropical resort. If you live in that part of the globe where winters are harsh, you know the drill: you covered up in your puff jackets, scarfs, gloves, and hat, even just to get out from your house for a few minutes. But no matter how covered and protected you may be from the elements, it can be difficult to protect your skin from winters harsh conditions and shield it from looking washed out, dull and dry. You keep struggle with a dry, flaky and irritated complexion.

Luckily, a few simple solutions are at your disposal. We are here for you, with some winter makeup tips and tricks that will help you in looking bright, radiant and cheery even in the depths of winters.

Face mask
Apply face mask. It’s easier to run foundation over well-moisturized skin. To fight flakes, try creamy hydrating maks made with nourishing ingredients that will provide you with intense and deep hydration. Apply this face mask once a week at night for five to 15 minutes and see how often you need this mask.

Moisturize, moisturize and moisturize
Before applying makeup especially in winters, apply good liquid or cream based moisturizer. You go for a moisturizer which has anti-inflammatory and moisturizing ingredients that combat irritation and flakiness. Put on moisturizers immediately after cleansing. Make sure the moisturizer has been absorbed into your skin before applying your makeup.

Prepare your eyes:
Your eyes can make you cry in winters due to the harsh winds, sleet, and snow. And this leads to runny mascara and eyeshadow. Prime your eyelids with little face powder it absorbs excess oil, which can cause makeup to smudge. You can also use waterproof mascara to prevent smudges and smears. And apply eyeliner and eyeshadow only to the upper lids to prevent these products from moving elsewhere.

Use a right cleanser. If you use a cleanser that’s harsh for your skin, it can cause your skin irritation & redness. And if your cleanser is too gentle, you’ll have to wash your face twice or wash hard just to get a thorough cleanse. The right cleanser won’t strip away your skin’s healthy cells or natural oils. Pick up a right cleanser for yourself according to your skin type. You can also take help from your dermatologist.

Dry lips:
Your lips dry out easily in winters since the lack oil glands and they flake which can make your lipstick look blotchy. That’s why it’s important to exfoliate your lips properly during this season. It removes dead and dry skin which helps in improving their tone and texture. To polish up your crease, remove dead skin by applying a lip balm. Then exfoliate gently with a damp cloth. Always use cream lipsticks, it moisturizes your lips.

Blush can wake up your complexion. Apply a soft, peachy colour if you have the fair skin tone, terra cotta one if you have a darker skin tone. Apply blush to the apple of your cheeks and blend towards your cheekbones,

Adjust your foundation. Your summer glow is sadly gone, and your skin appears duller in the season’s low lights. So, pick one shade lighter than your usual colour. Use a hydrating formula which contains moisturizing properties, since your skin tends to be drier in the winter.

Makeup in place:
Apply a layer of translucent powder, which help your makeup to keep on your face, which is where you want it.