If you are anything like us, you will find the possibility of the fall season as a chance to treat yourself to an edit of hot new beauty products. But whether you are waiting for an anticipated fall launch or not, changing up a routine can be a chore and a pain in the neck— but fear not brave ones. We have some simple ideas to get you started.
Get Your Skin Ready for Fall
The first step to taking care of your skin during the coming autumn months is to ensure that it stays hydrated. Check that you are properly cleansing your face, and don’t forget to remove any dead skin cells before applying moisturizer. Exfoliating can be as easy as using a regular moisturizing face wash with a mild exfoliant cleanser. Alternately, skin cleanup can be a drop of tea tree oil around oily zones or even a facial oil for more gentle treatment. Always remember that softer is better in dry conditions. So no scrubbing!
Keeping Fall Hair in Top Shape
As far as new a do goes, there are many things you can consider as you pick up the perfect brush for the job; Including the brushes’ size, the type of hair used on the bristles, the nature of your hair care, and the brush’s shape.
For instance, if you have long hair and want a smaller round brush to plump up your hair and make it look fuller. If you have thin hair, a larger brush barrel can make it look fuller over tighter curls. A little research into the brush type that you will be using will go a long way towards making sure that your style and application stays flawless all year round.
Go Generous with Heat Protectant Sprays
Another beauty tip for those looking to get in gear this fall is to make sure that you always have an excellent supply of hair + heat spray on hand. High heat sprays are designed to nourish and hydrate your hair in the summer. In winter, they can provide a welcome boost to the condition of your locks. Smooth out the suffering from dry or damp air during fall and winter, and prevent damage.
It is important to note that hair sprays containing alcohol can be harsh on the scalp. If you suffer from dandruff, itching, or redness, make sure that you use a mild hair conditioner, and if necessary, use a lightweight product for scalp moisture.
Protect Hands & Feet
The next beauty tip is to keep your feet and hands protected from the elements. When the weather is cold and dry, keep your boots and your gloves on. Ensure that you also wear comfortable fabrics that are breathable to help your hands when your weather is cold.
An outer layer will help to protect you against the elements and help preserve your skin. Dry breaking nails and cracked hands and heels are never fun. And that mask you are wearing, well…say goodbye to chapped lips?
Don’t forget the UV protection, even in the fall and winter. At altitude, especially-UV rays can cause severe damage to complexions and may even cause permanent damage to the eyes if you skip careful precautions.
Keep Fall Skin Looking It’s Best
Finally, it would help if you considered taking a trip to the dermatologist – even a virtual one for a fall skin tune-up. They have a wealth of knowledge about keeping your skin in its best condition throughout the entire year. They can help you determine which ingredients to stay away from, especially if you have sensitive skin. And, if you are already suffering from a skin problem, you may want to seek out a dermatologist as well to help determine the best solution for your skin.
Combine some knowledge with any of the essential fall beauty tips, and you will be prepared to go into winter outfitted with your best face forward, and the most fashionable fall looks in no time at all.