We've found all the bits and bobs you'll need for the best winter beauty of your life.
When the weather cools down, it's important to remember that your skin has different needs. The frosty temperatures and stinging winds of winter have a tendency to dry out your skin and hair. Plus, most of us will try and warm up with an extra-hot shower - stripping all our natural, hydrating oils. So, keeping your skin hydrated is never more important than it is in winter.
Hydration means drinking lots of water and adding some extra moisture into your beauty routine. Look for gentle cleansers that won't strip your skin of oils, richly hydrating body moisturisers, hair masks and treatments and face oils to brighten your complexion.
Winter is also a time for experimenting with your makeup look. With our tans fading, there's never been a better time to ditch the bronzer and play around with dramatic eye makeup and ox blood lipstick.
Scroll through to see our must-have products for the best winter skin, body, hair and makeup of your life.
Your face needs an extra kick of moisture during winter. If you're not already including a face oil into your skincare routine, now is the time to start. Ditch the harsh cleansers and look for something more gentle. Also, consider adding a face mask into your beauty routine once a week to keep your face in tip top hydrated condition.
Soaps and many body washes can strip all the moisture from your skin. Since no one wants scaly, lizard skin, try using a moisturising wash or shower cream. Using one with a lavender scent will help you sleep better at night. it's also important to moisturise your legs, arms and any stretch mark prone areas regularly with a cream or dry oil. And don't neglect your hands and nails either.
Give the bronzed, summery looks a break for a bit. Why not play around with some more wintery shades? Go for dark eye shadows, dramatic eyeliners and try out those dark ox blood lipsticks you were to nervous to wear in summer. When doing a dark lip and dark eye look, keep the rest of your face neutral with just a hint of pink or peach blush. Also, remember to use a foundation that isn't overly dry as it will just end up looking cakey.
You're hair needs extra moisture too or you're at risk of major split end. Try using a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. This will keep your hair in good condition and help manage fly-aways. Winter is the time to add an oil treatment into your haircare routine. Most of them (like the ones below) are leave in formulas so it's not too much extra work.