We all know to always “moisturize, moisturize, moisturize.” In cold weather, just make sure to opt for oil-based creams instead of lotions (water-based) for hydration that lasts.
Above that, for a glowing complexion, don’t skip those extra prep steps. Gently exfoliate once a week to clear away dead cells before following up with a hydrating mask to grab glowy, dewy skin.
Moisturizers to use and not to use;
Lots of moisturizers are labeled as “shimmer,” but they are best to use during summertime. Substitute glimmer in favor of a more softened cold-weather glow. Try and use oil-based moisturizer instead of shimmer. It is more subtle for the winter months.
For that party glow, shimmer blush is good for most women especially if you have oily skin, you should prime first. You can use a matte blush first, then dust over it with shimmer blush. Shimmer blush on oily skin can make skin look discolored or blemish. blotchy, so this trick helps. You want your makeup to shine through the night, not look slick. Use a nice blush to make your matte and shimmer shades last in any color. Shimmery-pink glow on lighter skin tones and a cool-based flush on darker skin.
To keep your face glowing with a flush of warm color, you can continue with your usual bronzer in your winter makeup and can use your bronzing powder as your blush on cheeks, and then highlight cheekbones with a cream illuminator to add sheen. The illuminator gives you a natural look and evening appropriate.
If your style personality is strongly daring, winter season is here for you to display it all. Experiment with nice vibrant, sparkly, even gaudy colors. Choose from a variety of glittery, geometric shapes over rich wine-hued shades for your winter makeup.
Lip Gloss or lipstick;
Add glittery shine to your lip stick or use lip gloss that's shimmery for your evening or night makeup.