As the temperature begins to drop and the seasons begin to change, we need to take account of this in our beauty regime. Our skin has different needs in the summer than in the winter. We also need to change our make-up look to match our seasonal outfits. So, to get ahead of the game, and save some money, check out these AW beauty trend recommendations for the colder months.
Moisturiser is an essential in any month of the year, but when its get cold and windy, your skin will cry out for a nourishing cream. If you only use a light moisturiser in the summer, swap to a richer blend to keep your face smooth and supple throughout winter’s harsh months.
To save some cash, why not have a go at making your own moisturiser like this? Plus, as you know and exactly what’s in the ingredients, you can be sure that it’s good for you too.
One of the biggest trends in beauty this year is matte lipstick. The key to a great look with a matte shade is to exfoliate your lips before you apply it. Don’t forget to finish it with loose powder and then your on trend matte look should stay put all day.
Look for products with a high pigment ratio like Jeffree Star’s Colour Ammunition. This is because they will allow you to get a much more representative colour when you are wearing it. However, brands like these can be pretty pricey too.
So instead, buy your matte lipsticks from stores that offer online vouchers like these Urban Outfitters coupon codes. That way you can still get the look and save money!
For those of you that have a bit of an inner hidden goth, AW16 might just be a good season for you! Nails are getting decidedly darker. Think rich burgundies, plums, and even navy blues.
Combine this with the latest nail shape, stilettos, for some fun 90’s style vamp to spice up your autumn/winter outfits. To save money, buy bumper packs of false nails and glue and paint them yourself with your own varnishes, instead of buying the ready painted ones.
Strong brows are just as much in vogue this season as they have been during the rest of the year. The good thing about this, is that practically every makeup brand has brought out a brow solution in some form or another. Top of the line includes the likes of Benefit’s new eyebrow range. If you are looking for a more reasonably priced product, go for a chubby stick like the ones by Maybelline. These can be used to define and fills at the same time.
If buying a new product is totally out of your price range at the moment, a tip that will cost you nothing is to use a brown eyeshadow to fill in your brows. Remember that the formulas between blushers, eyeshadows, and brow powders, really aren’t that different. Just make sure you pick a matte shade.
What are your beauty tips for AW16?