how to hydrate winter dry skin using mineral makeup

How to Hydrate Winter Skin

In winter we tend to move from one extreme to the other... hot to cold, cold to hot, dry to wet or wet to windy. These changes in conditions have a tendency to dry out the skin, making it feel dehydrated, dry and flaky. As passionate skin therapists it is our role to help clients reveal their most radiant skin throughout the chilly season.

As our skin endures the extremities of cold temperatures, high winds, and the contrasting dry air from heaters, it’s important that we master our winter skin care early and get into a moisture balancing routine before the worst is upon us. Here’s our list of our favourite double duty makeup products to help keep your clients’ skin hydrated.

Smooth Affair® Brightening Face Primer

To give your clients’ makeup a long-lasting base, make sure you add a moisture-rich primer under their foundation. Smooth Affair Brightening Primer helps maintain the skin’s youthful elasticity and minimise pores and fine lines while contributing to the skin’s natural radiance.

Hydration Spray D2O

Hydration Sprays are multi-purpose facial sprays that can be used on their own or before makeup to deliver immediate moisture or used to set minerals for a long-lasting, flawless finish.

Glow Time® Blush Stick

This creamy, multitasking blush stick adds buildable, blendable colour for a healthy and radiant flush to the cheeks. Jojoba Seed Oil supports in hydrating the skin and appears smooth. You also have the choice of shimmer and non-shimmer shades.

LipDrink® Lip Balm SPF 15

To keep lips feeling soft and supple this season add LipDrink® Lip Balm with SPF 15. This luscious, petroleum-free, tinted lip balm is an all-in-one moisturiser that works to protect, soften and soothe chapped lips. 

PureLash® Lash Extender & Conditioner

Condition and extend lashes with a single coat of this protein-rich conditioner before applying mascara. Doing this will help strengthen, lengthen and thicken your lashes, while making mascara twice as effective.

By following these simple tips, you can keep your clients’ skin looking and feeling healthy every day throughout the cooler season.

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