Baby, it’s cold outside and how do I have glow skin when it’s cold outside? Winter is fast approaching, and of course, with the cold comes the dreaded dull skin. The thing is, you don’t have to give up and surrender to those winter temps—with Elizabeth Mott’s products, you’ll be able to achieve warm, glowy skin, no matter how chilly it is outside. While skincare is always essential to keep your skin healthy, but using makeup to achieve that glowing look will bring your natural warmth to the next level despite the fact that those outdoor temperatures are dropping quickly. Elizabeth Mott’s Illuminating Primer in conjunction with a few other best-selling products will bring out your skin’s signature warmth when you most need it.
The Secret Weapon For Glowing Skin
When it comes to achieving that perfect glowing skin look, even in the coldest days of the year, you might find yourself searching for some magic product to do the trick for you. Well, you’re in luck: Elizabeth Mott’s Illuminating Primer is just that product you’ve been looking for.
This primer is the perfect first step for your glowing makeup look due to the fact that it contains pearl powder, naturally bringing out the warmth your skin’s been hiding. It works to disguise your pores with its non-greasy, lasts-all-day formula, allowing you to have that perfect glowing look in rain, snow, or winter sunshine!
The Illuminating Primer works to create the perfect, already glowing blank canvas for you to build the rest of that bright makeup look on top of so you can get your skin looking and feeling like it’s summer, even when the outside temperatures are below freezing!
How To Get Glowing Skin With Makeup
Believe it or not, it’s easy to get the glowing look you’re going for with just a few simple makeup products. Elizabeth Mott carries a vast array of products that work together in the best way possible, letting your skin show off its natural illumination during the cold winter months.
Let’s start with the Whatup Beaches Bronzer. Bronzer should be used to bring out the natural warmth of your cheeks, and this one is certainly good at doing just that! This luminous bronzer will help bring out a healthy glow in your cheeks, no matter the weather. It’s known for being easy to blend, and naturally prevents clumping. Versatile and good for all skin tones, this bronzer lasts all day, letting you look warm and sunlit from morning ‘til night.
Next up is Elizabeth Mott’s Show Me Your Glow Highlighter. This is the perfect highlighter for bringing out the bright and natural beauty of your skin. Just like the Illuminating Primer, this face illuminator uses the glow of pearls to bring out your cheeks and the corners of your eyes and is able to work as both a highlighter and an eyeshadow for a versatile routine that easily transitions from day to nighttime. It’s completely water resistant and easy to apply for a look that lasts all day, even on the coldest, iciest day of the year.
To complete your glowing makeup look, Elizabeth Mott’s Show Me Your Cheeks Powder Blush is perfect for bringing out a healthy flushed look on your cold cheeks. It’s soft, smooth, and buildable for that perfect rosy look. This powder blush comes in three colors: bright coral, soft pink, and peach pink, which allows there to be an option for every skin tone when it comes to this oil and sweat-resistant formula. In conjunction with the bronzer and highlighter, you’ll be well on your way to achieving the glowing look you’ve been dreaming of.
When we think of the upcoming winter months, warm glowing skin tends to make it on everybody’s holiday wish list. It may seem like an impossible feat, but with a combination of Elizabeth Mott’s Illuminating Primer, Whatup Beaches Bronzer, Show Me Your Glow Highlighter, and Show Me Your Cheeks Powder Blush, looking like you’ve just come from a sunny summer beach isn’t just possible, it’s easy! So, don’t let the cold stop you, show off your natural warmth no matter what time of year it is!
About the author:
Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Josey when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul