Yes, it’s cold! Yes, you will have to put your pretty sandals and strappy tops away for a few months. But, Winter style has a charm and chic of its own. So, don’t despair, embrace Winter style with glee, and stay warm!
Ooooh, the chilly Winter months! They’re great for some things, like cosy fireplaces, hot chocolate and skiing. But the cold and dry air can also play havoc with your skin, so it’ll need a little extra care and attention to stay comfortable, soft and hydrated in Winter.
What is it about French girls? They ALWAYS look so chic, so stylish, so together! Even in the blusters of a cold Parisienne Winter, you don’t see red faces and chapped lips. So, from the girls who can boast the most romantic city and language on Earth, let’s find out how we can ALL look très beau, all Winter long!
Yes, I get it! It’s COLD out there, and the fireplace, the TV and the hot chocolate have all got your name on them. It can be SO easy to skip the workout AND indulge in more carbs and treats than you normally would in winter. The upshot? The harsh ...
Despite the extremely cold weather and the notoriously dry air, winter is still a lovely season after all! But your skin needs a little extra love all winter long as it is particularly vulnerable in this cold season. The moisture in your skin evaporates quickly due to less humidity that may result in itching and flaking. Therefore, your skin requires more protection to guard against upcoming frigid conditions.
It’s always great to get yourself a fresh look when Fall / Winter arrives. The colder weather means more drama and detail in your make up – everything gets richer and colors are made deep and vibrant! As with the whole of 2017’s looks and trends, there is something for everyone, modern twists on classics of yesteryear and looks to suit every style – from super drama and ‘way out there’ to more subtle looks.
In winter, the sunlight is so mild and comforting, and you’ve stored your sunscreen in the farthest corner of your makeup drawer. If this sounds all too similar, you’d better get rid of this practice.