Winter is such a tricky time of year to keep skin hydrated. The cold wind and frosty air do little to help dry skin and chapped lips, especially if you are already prone to dryness. Be sure to moisturise both your face and body daily and drink plenty of water to stay hydrated.
Your complexion is likely to be lighter at this time of year and your lip colour may vary so apply your make-up in front of the mirror. Consider using a lighter foundation during winter months when your melatonin level is low. Avoid blue lipsticks with blue undertones. A cream blusher with its oily consistency is great for staying in place, even if you’re caught out in bed weather. If you’re struggling with chapped lips, keep the focus on your eye make-up to give them a rest and use pastel shades to compliment your complexion.