Sunday, December 18, 2016

10 products that are bound to make your winters easy!

In terms of beauty and skincare, Winters can be a very challenging, relentless and difficult time. The dry weather can take a toll on the skin, leaving it susceptible. It can be a lengthy process, finding products that will work with your skin's special needs. Furthermore, you have to find complementary makeup products as well and that can be a hassle too! To make it simple for you we have compiled the best beauty products for winters! Happy winters to you!

1. Jordana Cosmetics Sweet N' Smooth Nourishing Lip Balm
The formula of Jordana Cosmetics Sweet N' Smooth Nourishing Lip Balm  is very nourishing and keeps the lips hydrated for over 6 hours of wear time. Baby Lips, on the other hand, is not as hydrating so it can not work for chapped or damaged lips. The color, too, of the Jordana lip balm was long lasting. It faded into a stain like finsh after 3 hours of application that lasted until after 5 hours of wear. 

2. Revlon Sculpting Blush in Merlot At Midnight
When I first bought Revlon Sculpting Blush in Merlot At Midnight I wasn't expecting to love it so much. The color was very unconventional and out of my league. But on the very first application I realized how perfect it is for medium and dark skin tones. A must have blush, for winters specially. It blends beautifully so I am not in the constant fear of ending up with clown cheeks. The pigmentation is insane and keeping a light hand is crucial. I barely touch my brush to it and I get good color payoff. That combined with the generous size of the pan makes it a product that will last you a lifetime. There is absolutely zero fallout in the pan.

3. Color Pop To and From Lippie Kit

Color Pop introduced this Lippie set as part of their holiday collection this year. This set features six diverse colors, all matte and featuring a cool toned mauvy undertone, perfect hues for winter that can work wonderfully well if you want the focus on your eyes. Even though the set was a part of a limited collection, some of the shades are available individually and Color Pop is known to bring back some of their shades again so you have a good chance!

4. Color Pop blush in Rain

An unconventional, cool toned lavender, perfect for sporting in winters! Though it can look ashy on darker skin tones!

5. Medora Lipsticks:
If you are looking for some pocket friendly shades, Medora has an interesting range of shades. Some of our favorites are:

Viva Glam 235:
Viva Glam is a cool toned rosy nude. It is an everyday wear type of a color expect that it flatters only select skin tones.

Chocolate 229:
A warm brown that is the perfect balance between drama and subtleness! Basically perfect for everyone!

6. The Body Shop Fresh Nude Foundation
The rose water and aloe vera hydrate the skin, leaving it refreshed and comfortable for a long day. The SPF inside is a welcome addition and the semi-matte formula is compatible with the winter skin!

7. Laura Mercier Primer
Ideal for combination skin types, this primer works wonders and has a gorgeous pearl finish. It is great for all kinds of coverage and can even be used under tinted moisturizer for a hassle free, non-sticky everyday look.

8. L'Oréal Paris Color Riche Exclusive Pure Red in J Lo
J Lo's Red is described as a ruby red. It is a deep dark red that gives a hint of orange. You can't go wrong with this color. It is perfect for our average Asian skin tone and is a must have for winters!

9. Garnier Skin Naturals BB Cream Miracle Skin Perfector Normal/Dry Skin
The hydrating formula keeps the skin moisturized against the harsh weather conditions. The formula is easy to work with and blends like a dream. Try it for an evened out complexion and a healthy glow!

10. Du’vi Stockholm Vitamin Toner
 This organic goodness leaves the skin feeling soft, supple and extremely hydrated. On the colder days, using this toner reduces the appearance of dry patches on the skin and so is a blessing for winters!

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