Spring has sprung but has your skin got the memo yet? If not, it's about time it did because we know all about how much time everyone's face needs to get acclimated to the seasonal changes. The rising temperatures of spring translate to oiliness, rashes and heat building up on the skin's surface. Fortunately you can prevent it from going too far if taken care of properly. Now is the right time to swap your winter beauty products for skin care picks which are a little more spring-appropriate. We've got just what you need right now.
Swirlster Says Take These Beauty Tips To Your Skin Care Routine For Spring
With spring in session, these skin care swaps will help keep your beauty routine in the loop.
1. Go For Tinted Moisturiser
Let your moisturiser work double time by also adding a light layer of coverage to your skin. Tinted moisturiser can add a sheer coat of evenness and maybe even light coverage over blemishes without looking unnatural or making your face look cakey.
2. Add In A Sunscreen Gel
Do you despise sunscreen because of that awful white cast it leaves behind? Then it's time to switch to a sunscreen gel. While protecting your skin from UV rays, it won't pill or leave a cast and only feel lightweight, like nothing at all.
3. Brighten Your Eyes
The high temperatures along with constant screen time is certain to make your eyes feel dull and tired during the season. Opt for cooling eye rollers, under eye masks and hydrating gels for the delicate area of the skin to feel cool and soothed.
4. Tint Your Makeup
Still stuck with powdery blushes and heavy matte lipsticks in spring? Not this spring. Switch all of it out for lip and cheek tints. Not only will it take less space in your hand bag, it lends an oh-so-natural makeup look that barely looks like you're wearing any.
5. Hydrate Your Body
Moisturising your body in the hot months isn't the best sensation, simply because of how sticky it can feel. Choose gel-based lotions and body yogurts which are made for this time of year. Not only will they moisturise your skin, they'll do so without making it feel like you've used plastic wrap around your body.
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