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I change my skincare routine by swtiching for a richer moisturizer and a heavy-duty cleanser (shiseido cleansing oil) as I tend to wear more makeup in winter than in summer, e.g. heavier foundation, darker lipsticks and glosses, more and darker eyeshadows.
In addition I try to use a hydrating face mask once a week as soon as I have to turn on the central heating at home, since it makes my skin really dry, and I reach for richer body butters after my shower in the morning.

I use a heavier moisturizer both day and night. Hand cream and body lotion (thanks to hot yoga, I rarely need body lotion in the warmer months, which is quite amazing since I used to need it summer and winter). And lip balm!

I have very dry skin to begin with, so I definitely pay extra attention as to whether or not my skincare is doing its job. Makeup wise I opt for more eye makeup & darker colors.

I forego any foundation/concealor products that cling to dry patches. Pretty much nix bronzer as well, except for contouring on fancy days. Exfoliate my lips almost every day!

I get oily on the summer, but in the winter my skin is normal so I get to use liquid foundation. And I do prefer how it looks, but the summer humidity and my summer skin only permit it for winter.

Not much changes for me. I have normal skin with dry patches so I use argan oil year round to moisturizer. In the wintertime I do add some Egyptian magic to my dry areas, mainly my nose. Other than that I keep everything else the same.

Living on a farm and working in the elements in the great white north, my skin takes a serious beating at this time of year. I do everything I can to plump my skin up. In my arsenal: Moisturizing serum ( I actually like one by Dior), tons of moisturizer (I love HydraFlash by Sisley), and my secret weapon, Sisley Black Rose cream mask for days when I want to look gooood. When the temps hit the crossover between ℉ and ℃, it’s time to give in and just try and stay warm.

When it comes to skincare, I definitely add more moisture. But as far as makeup goes I love darker berry lips and I use more cream blushes and highlighters. I stay away from a lot of extra powder because it’s the one time of year that I don’t need it.

When it comes to skincare, I reach for richer moisturizers for my face and body, and I keep lip balm handy as my lips are typically dryer than usual. As for makeup, I am more likely to reach for liquid foundations, and I prefer reds, fuchsias, plums, and berries for my lip colors, blushes, and nail polish.

I have really dehydrated skin (not dry though – oils and my skin don’t like each other), so I just added in a serum/essence (Hada Labo Tokyo Replenishing Hydrator), which I’m using under my normal moisturizer (Tri Derma Facial Redness Repair). I add heavier moisturizer just where I need it (Tri Derma Intense Fast Healing Cream), and I’m using a more hydrating cleanser (Hada Labo Tokyo Hydrating Facial Cleanser)

Also, I have to be obsessive about my hands now that it’s getting cold in Michigan, and I walk everywhere. Hand cream during the day, massive amounts of cuticle oil at night, ointments all over my hands at night, wearing gloves…

I am doing Obagi Nu Derm now, which is a whole set of issues (peeling and redness until you get to the holy grail). Normally, my skin gets much drier. I turn to Bobbi Brown Extra products and a humidifier. I also love Kielh’s All Sport Non-Freeze Facial Protector SPF 30 when it gets below 0. I wear it under foundation and it keeps my skin from chapping in harsh winds and low temps.

I just add a few drops of rosehip oil to my usual moisturizer in winter — It saves me the effort of having to rotate moisturizers, and when the weather starts getting warmer I can always just reduce the amount of rosehip oil I mix in. Other than that, I sometimes wear my evening eye cream in the mornings, but that’s about it!

I don’t change my make-up at all. Having grown up in the tropics, I just plain don’t understand the concept of seasonal colors. ^^;

I used facial mists throughout the day like the Grape Water Spray from Caudalie. Or if that’s out of stock I will use the Evian water spray on face several times a day.mit will not disturb your makeup. Also I turn on the humidifier and place it next to the bed. AND the biggest one that helps a lot is moisturizing immediately after shower.

Though my skin is usually on the dry side anyway, it is way worse in winter here in Northern Illinois. I have to break out a heavy moisturizer twice a day as well as a glycerin/rosewater spritzer I make to draw in even more moisture. I use coconut oil as my body lotion when winter comes as well. I also change foundations in winter to one that is more moisturizing like MAC Studio Sculpt. All this to keep the unsightly flaky, red skin at bay.

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