My, it’s cold outside!
What do you think of, when you say “winter skin?”
Flaky cheeks, dry lips, luster less skin and frizz is what would normally come to your mind. The chilly winds can send shivers down your spine but they can also ruin your skin texture!
So, just like you swap your summer wardrobe with a winter one, you need to change your skin care routine as well. Let’s not forget that a girl wants to look good no matter what the season and the freezing cold temperature should never prevent you from looking fabulous at all!
Here are some winter hacks to fight off dull and flaky skin and pump some luster back into it:
This might seem like a no-brainer but wearing socks can really help lock in the moisture in your feet. Cracked heels are a common complaint during the winter season but if you simply slather on some thick moisturizer and then wear socks at night, it can do wonders. Remember, timing is key, ladies!
For the winter season, switch to oil based products because your skin requires nourishment in the form of oil to combat the winter stealing winds. The most common mistake is to continue using water based products designed to benefit the skin during summers.
Change of weather demands a change in the products you are using and it’s not smart to expect summer products to work on your winter skin!
Feed your moisture starved hair with oil to bring them back to life. Any oil of your choosing can help convert dry, brittle and dull hair into voluminous, shiny, healthy looking locks.
Slather your hair with oils such as coconut and olive, and if you’re feeling adventurous, then seek out a blend of oils that will leave your hair soft to the touch.
The dramatic difference in the temperatures outdoors and indoors can cause more harm to the skinthan mere cold winds. A humidifier will return the moisture to your skin and allow it to deal with the two extremes in temperature.
The chapped-lip look is quite outdated and if you want to rock your bold winter look, then you’ve got to take care of your lips.
For smoother lipstick application, exfoliate your lips using sugar and lemon juice on a weekly basis. Then, apply honey to lock in the moisture and allow the lips to heal overnight.
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