5 Smart And Useful Winter Makeup Tips

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Winter weather is cold and dry, so taking care of your skin and hair should be much more intensive than in the fall. We’ve already shared some skin and hair tips for winter, and today we’ll discuss winter makeup, which has its tricks, too.

First of all, don’t skip care – keep your face in a good condition. Moisturize, exfoliate once a week to have healthy glowing and don’t forget UV products because there are enough sun beams in the winter, too.

Prepare Your Face

Always use a face primer because it retexturizes skin and plumps for a smooth, even application.

Use a face primer to have a smooth and healthy face and even makeup after that

Use a face primer to have a smooth and healthy face and even makeup after that

Wake Up Your Complexion

Don’t forget blush: it’ll make a washed-out face come to life. With your skin so sensitive and dry, it’s better to ease up on product use in the winter. A little blush or bronzer on your cheeks will do, but really, the rosy redness from the cold weather will go a long way naturally.

Apply blush to wake up your complexion and make your skin look glowing and not dull

Apply blush to wake up your complexion and make your skin look glowing and not dull

Set The Makeup

Makeup sealing will help not to rub the makeup off on your coat, scarf or hat. Stay away from powder formulas and keep the face moisturized with a CC cream, creamy formulas are better here. Use a liquid highlighter.

Makeup sealing will help not to rub off your makeup with a coat, a scarf or something else

Makeup sealing will help not to rub off your makeup with a coat, a scarf or something else

Tear-Proof Your Eye Makeup

Wintry winds, sleet, and snow can cause makeup meltdowns. Fight off sooty smudges and smears by applying waterproof mascara, and use eyeliner and shadow on the upper lids only to reduce the risk of makeup migration.

Use a waterproof mascara and eyeliner to prevent crying eyes which can happen because of wind and cold

Use a waterproof mascara and eyeliner to prevent crying eyes which can happen because of wind and cold

Switch to a tinted balm, especially if your lips are damaged or cracked

Switch to a tinted balm, especially if your lips are damaged or cracked

Take Care Of Your Lips

Yes, this is very important and I will keep saying it in every beauty-connected roundup. If you have damaged lips, swap to a tinted lip balm that contains sunscreen. If your lips are in good shape you can opt for moisturizing lipstick, but avoid matte or long-wearing lipstick formulas as they can be drying.

Use a moisturizing lipstick if your lips are in a good shape

Use a moisturizing lipstick if your lips are in a good shape