Looking to switch up your makeup routine in 2023? Trying to make use of all the new products and tools you got for Christmas? Whether you work for medical scribe organizations and are searching for office-friendly makeup or want a glowy, natural look to help hide your dry winter skin, here are a few easy makeup trends to try throughout the rest of the winter season.
Bold, flushed cheeks are predicted to be a top trend in 2023, and are the perfect look for the colder winter months. Give yourself a natural flush that looks like you just came inside after a day in the snow by applying a bright pink or mauve blush to the high points of your face, including the apples of your cheek, your nose, and even your temples. You can even use blush as a more natural looking alternative to eyeshadow to tie your entire look together while keeping things simple. This will also save you time while getting ready as you won’t have to switch between multiple different products!
If you’re dealing with dry, flakey skin due to the cold winter air, adding a little dew to your makeup can be the perfect fix. Applying a dewy primer, using a liquid highlighter on the high points of your face, and finishing your look with a glowy setting spray can give yourself a natural, lit from within glow that will combat your skin’s dryness. Additionally, using liquid products instead of powders will not only look more natural, but will leave your skin with a dewy finish all over – perfect for the winter time.
Bright Under Eyes
If daylight savings time is disrupting your sleep schedule and leaving you looking and feeling tired, you aren’t alone. Give your skin a wide awake look and brighten up your face by concealing your under eye bags with a color correcting concealer. Set liquid color correctors with a brightening powder applied with a sponge or powder puff in order to prevent the product from settling into any fine lines or wrinkles. To give your eyes an even brighter, more awake look, try lining your waterline with a stark white or nude colored pencil eyeliner. To finish off the look, apply a white pencil in your inner corner, and top it off with a shimmery, light eyeshadow.