Top five makeup tips for wintersLast updated on Nov 23, 2019, 12:20 am
Winter is a season of celebrations, marked by endless festivities, parties, and functions.
You might already be getting plenty of invites, which you just can't ignore.
However, a major challenge for all the ladies out there during the cold and dry season is to look chic, without compromising on the skin health.
Here are the top five makeup tips for the winter season.
Keep your face well moisturized
Winters could be harsh on your skin, so try being more gentle to it.
Make sure to use a good-quality, oil-based lotion, as it will help seal your skin's moisture. We suggest you to go for natural, homemade options like coconut oil, aloe vera, almond oil, shea butter, among others.
Also, regularly use an SPF-based sunscreen to protect yourself from sun's harmful UV rays.
Tip #2: Less powder, please
During winters, avoid using face powders, as they may dry out your skin, and take away your face's natural glow. Instead, go for creamy foundations, as they translate beautifully on your skin and give your face that dewy and supple finish.
And, what about your eyes
When it comes to eye makeup during winters, you need to strike the right balance.
Do apply a soothing eye shadow to make your eyes look attractive. Go for shades like silver, and white with blended corners, along with a fine liner to make them look more edgy.
However, do not overdo it.
Also, blue, purple, green liners are a big no-no during winters.
Ready to pout, are you? Mind your lips too
To get that perfect pout for your selfies this winters, exfoliate your lips with a natural scrub like honey or sugar.
Also, always use a lip balm before applying lipstick.
For your lipstick, choose a bold shade like red, dark pink, burgundy, as they go with all skin tones.
Lastly, finish with a gloss, to give your lips that final touch.
Nail it, this winters!
Last but not the least, give your nails a nice trim.
During winters, the dry weather may render your nails dry, hard, and dehydrated. To deal with it, regularly apply a natural oil or a good moisturizer on them.
Paint them with nudes, black, or grey to grab some eyeballs. However, avoid using neons and other bright colors.
Stay healthy and beautiful!