Your Winter Beauty Guide

Are you wondering which beauty essentials you need in the colder months of the year to stay on top of your game? Read on for our winter beauty guide!



Throughout the chilly season, your skin is prone to dryness, which we all know is far from pretty. To keep your skin in tip-top condition during winter, we recommend using a natural oil on your skin both morning and night to keep it hydrated and supple. For extra-dry skin, consider a skin serum.

If you’re already suffering from dry, flaky skin due to the drop in temperature, not to worry; we’ve got some great natural remedies for dry skin up our sleeve that are sure to have you looking glowing and gorgeous again in no time.

For the beautiful dark-skinned ladies, we’ve put together a fabulous melanin skin winter essentials guide just for you!

And, for the mommies-to-be, we’ve compiled a guide to the best skincare products to use while you’re pregnant, which you’re bound to find helpful this chilly season.



With the change of season comes a change of palette! The flawless skin, minimal eye make-up and bold lip look is the one we’re loving most this season. If you’re struggling with dry or chapped lips, we recommend using a lip scrub before applying your lipstick.

Another fabulous trend to try out this winter? Bold brows! While using all sorts of pencils, stencils and powders to fill in your face-framers works great, our top tip is to grow them out and flaunt flawless brows au natural!


Keeping your hair sleek and neat in winter can be a battle, we get it. However, it’s easy to keep things under control by just whipping up your own all-natural hair detangler. The best part is that you probably already have all the ingredients you need in your kitchen cupboard!

To tame dry, frizzy locks during the colder months, there’s nothing better to use than an all-natural hair oil. There are many misconceptions about hair oils, but trust us… they’re essential for maintaining healthy hair!

What are your go-to beauty buys in the colder months of the year? Share them in the comments below.

By Candice May

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