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Get Shiny Hair, Silky Skin, and Glowy Makeup All Winter

Glowy Makeup

Chill factor: Dry skin reflects less light and appears dull. Makeup can look cakey, compounding the problem.

4 Steps To Lit-From-Within Skin

1. Apply a creamy tinted moisturizer.
2. Blend an apricot cream blush on the apples of your cheeks.
3. Dust a translucent powder with a bit of sheen over the cream blush to set it.
4. For a very natural, three-dimensional glow, sweep an apricot powder blush from the apples of your cheeks to your temples, layering it over the cream blush.



Moisture as Makeup

In the morning, apply a rich face oil on the tops of your cheekbones, the bridge of your nose, even your eyelids, to give your complexion a subtly dewy finish. Oils that come in stick form, like Boom!

The Key To Lush Lipcolor

Lipstick looks terrible on lips cracked by cold and wind. So before bed, smooth them by mixing sugar with olive oil and rubbing it on your mouth. Wash that off and then apply a petrolatum-based balm like Aquaphor. In the morning, use just a tinted lip balm. For more color, layer a creamy lipstick on top. Avoid formulas with shimmer, which accentuate crepiness, and liquid stains, which aggravate dryness.


Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain

Sephora Collection Double Contouring Cream Blush

Bobbi Brown SPF 15 Tinted Moisturizer 

Shiny Hair

Chill factor: Cold temperatures and dry air make hair brittle and susceptible to static.

The Secret to Silkiness

Even if your hair is fine, use conditioner every time you shampoo. To smooth thick hair, use a mask as your regular conditioner. Keep thin hair soft with a lighter, silicone-based conditioner.

The Ingredient That Prevents Hair-Raising Experiences

The silicone amodimethicone not only smooths hair to prevent the friction that creates static but also has a positive charge that neutralizes existing static. Look for it in styling sprays, serums, and creams.

The Style-Saving Hat

A slouchy beret keeps your head warm without flattening your hair. Get one in lightweight wool and buy a size up. Even a quarter-inch extra around the band will help preserve your style.


Alterna Bamboo Smooth Anti-Frizz Conditioner 

René Furterer Karité Intense Nourishing Mask 

John Frieda Frizz-Ease Thermal Protection Formula 

Silky Skin

Chill factor: Low humidity outside and dry heat inside sap moisture from the skin, leaving it flaky, rough, and red.

A Shorter Shower

Hot water is drying. So is soap. When you’re covered up all day, water is enough to get your arms and legs clean. Keep your showers lukewarm and lather up only the areas where you sweat.

Double-Duty Protection

A sunscreen with zinc or titanium dioxide protects you from the wind as well as the sun because it creates a physical barrier on top of your skin. Apply it liberally even if you’re going to be outside for only a few minutes, because you’re exposed to plenty of UVA light through the windows in your home, office, and car.

A Refreshing Cure For Redness

Steep chamomile in hot water, then make ice cubes from the infusion. Before you moisturize, gently run one of the cubes over your face. The chamomile, a natural anti-inflammatory, can help reduce redness; the ice also calms inflammation.

The Fastest Way To A Smooth Body

Use a salt scrub on your dry skin before you turn on the shower. Look for a formula that contains oil. When you rinse the scrub, leave on some of the oil. After your shower, apply lotion while your skin is still damp to trap the moisture.

A New Laundry Routine

Skip fabric softener and dryer sheets; they contain chemicals and fragrances that can make your skin feel dry and itchy. Switch to a fragrance-free laundry detergent and—unless you’ve been cleaning a pigsty—use only half the recommended amount. Your clothes don’t get that dirty.


Ole Henriksen Rub n’ Buff Salt Scrub 

Clinique Super City Block Oil-Free Daily Face Protector SPF 40 

J.R. Watkins Liquid Laundry Detergent, Fragrance-Free

Nivea Creme: “It would normally be too greasy for my skin, but in extreme cold, it was perfect. I put a thick coating on my face before bed. First I’d have to sit on the tin for a while, though, to melt the cream.”

SPF 50 sunscreen: “I slathered it on every morning, even though I also wore a full-face covering. The sun could still come through the airholes.”

Kiehl’s Lip Balm SPF 15: “It’s one of the best I’ve used. Other lip balms can freeze solid—this one never does.”

Sudocrem: “Whenever my feet and cuticles got dried out and cracked, this zinc oxide diaper cream healed them.”





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