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In winter, weather conditions can make wearing makeup difficult. Especially if you use poor-quality products or too much makeup. Here’s how to get a natural look for playing outside!
The cold weather and lack of light can often make your complexion pale during the winter. For a healthy glow, start by cleansing and thoroughly moisturizing your skin. Next, apply some BB cream. Not only does this popular product moisturize, it also saves you time by correcting and evening out your complexion, while making your skin glow. For an even more luminous effect, apply an illuminator to your cheekbones, forehead, the bridge of your nose and the middle of your chin.
Tip: Foundation is not a good idea, as it is ill-suited to cold and sunlight. Opt for light textures and make sure you choose products with SPF to avoid the appearance of dark spots.
For a “rosy-cheeked” effect worthy of an afternoon spent sledding, apply a pink blush to your cheekbones. To get a subtle effect, find the exact position of your cheekbones by puckering your lips as if you were going to smooch someone. Avoid using the smiling technique, since it raises your cheeks and skews the final result.
Tip: For a natural look, choose a colour similar to how your cheeks look after exercising.
The goal here is to make your eyes pop. Choose a pale, slightly iridescent cream eyeshadow. Apply it to the eyelid, from the inner corner toward the outer corner, blending the product with an eyeshadow brush, your fingers or a sponge applicator. Finish by highlighting—and intensifying—your look with a coat of dark brown mascara.
Tip: An easy way to avoid raccoon eyes is to choose a waterproof mascara.
Want to enhance your lips? Here are two great options: use either a tinted moisturizing balm or a long-lasting lipstick in a colour that’s similar to your natural lip shade, but slightly darker. If you go for the second option, be sure to moisturize your lips first with a balm.
Shape those cheeks. Reshape those features.
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