Skin changes in winter, which makes it important to review your skincare and make up routines. You may notice your skin feeling tighter so try using a moisturiser that is slightly richer. Check that it has an spf factor in it to help protect your skin from the cold weather. I like to use No7 Instant Radiance balm (£15) over the top of my moisturiser to give my skin a boost.
If your cheeks are especially dry, cream blushers are a fantastic alternative to powder.
If you have dry skin use a small amount of powder to set your make up base because it can settle in dry patches. Mineral powders are a great option because they contain natural precious gem stones that provide a radiant finish.
Lips suffer in winter so apply lip balm regularly, Carmex has a new cherry flavour out which has a hint of colour and spf 15.
When it comes to your eyes have a go at smokey eyes with lots of black eyeliner, it is always a look featured on the Autumn/Winter Catwalks and once mastered looks fabulous.
Have fun x