Winter has reared it’s frigid head, and going bare-skinned can is more of a no-no now than ever. But, with the right minimalist makeup, you can look Simply Sexy, without wearing piles of makeup. The key is double duty, performance driven products that hydrate your skin while keeping you looking “naturally” pretty.
Skin care is key, so of course we have to start with the right canvas. Check our picks for fabulous feeling and looking skin to beat the cold.
1. Start with a hydrating moisturizer that locks in moisture. Hyaluronic Acid is the key ingredient.
A concentrated 30 percent hyaluronic acid cream that transforms atmospheric vapor into fresh, pure water, providing your skin with a continuous burst of intense hydration that lasts up to 72 hours.
2. Even skin tone and continue hydration with a lightweight foundation.
This multitasking BB water with SPF 30 is an ultra-hydrating and oil-free formula that creates a sheer, radiant finish that lasts all day. It delivers a demi-matte complexion that’s never flat, creating a natural-looking canvas, and it minimizes the look of fine lines, pores, and blemishe
3. Add a pop of color with a cream blush.
Try: Clarins Multi-Blush Cream Blush $30
A best-selling blush with moisturizing rose, mimosa and sunflower waxes that glides on with the ease of a cream. It transforms into a velvety powder with the heat of your skin, sculpting and illuminating your cheeks.
4. Give lips a dose of color soaked hydration.
Try: The Estée Edit Cocobalm $22
An addictive, lightweight, liquid coconut balm that melts onto lips with an instant burst of hydration and a creamy pop of color.
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