5 Fall Beauty Tips to Transition Your Routine (without spending more money)
Since fall is finally here, I thought I would share some simple fall beauty tips to help transition your routine withOUT spending too much money. In fact, if you have a basic skincare routine going, you may not have to spend a single dime. If the weird weather has caused acne, dry patches, or chapped lips, enlisting the help of these tips will do save your skin this fall and winter!
Add Face Oil to Your Moisturizer
When the cold weather finally hits, the simplest way to transition your face moisturizer is by adding a few drops of face oil to it. Depending on your skin type, you may need more or less. If you don’t know what kind of face oil to use or haven’t tried them before, then check out my list of the best face oils for winter. Those will work on any skin type.
- For acne prone, utilize 1-3 drops of face oil
- If your skin is combination or oily, try 2-4 drops of face oil
- Dry or sensitive skin types should use 3-6 drops of face oil
Balm + Your Lipstick = YASSS!
I tend to get chapped lips during the colder months of the year and this one keeps them at bay! Mix a little balm in with your lip colors. Do this by priming your lips with some beforehand, utilizing a hydrating tinted balm in place of lipstick, or mixing a little bit of balm in with your chosen lipstick. For those who prefer hydrating lipsticks, these are my favorite natural lipsticks. These are chock full of hydrating plant oils and butters as well as antioxidants your skin will savor. If you’re new to using multipurpose balms in your routine, these are the best organic balms to try!
Mix Face Oil into Your Concealer and/or Foundation
Keep your skin hydrated during cold days by mixing a little face oil into your concealer or foundation. You only need a few drops to do the trick and it makes a world of difference. I use this tip ALL THE TIME! It helps give me a glow, keep dry patches at bay, and helps my foundation and concealer to blend better.
Use a Face Primer
Face primer is a great idea during the winter months because it can disguise and diminish dryness. It smooths skin texture, protects your skin from the elements, and helps foundation and concealer last longer. There are a TON of amazing primers out there, but these are my favorite natural primers. They work for all kinds of skin types, including acne prone.
Get a Hydrating Face Mist
If you’re stuck at home or work during the colder months, the heat is likely to be on. Although it may feel good to be toasty, it’s sapping moisture right out of your skin. Because of this, you need to be replenishing that lost hydration. Natural face mists are loaded with skin-loving antioxidants, soothing plant extracts, and hydrating oils and floral waters your skin will love. You can mist after getting up in the morning or right over your makeup throughout the day. Unsure of which face mists actually work? Try these amazing organic face mists to lock in moisture, soothe skin, and keep you looking fresh and glowing year round.
What Are Your Favorite Fall Beauty Tips?
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