Bronzer in the winter?

Donatella LInari

Bronze and Silver Bracelet by Donatella Linari

Just because its winter doesn’t mean you need to looked washed out. Being that the right colored foundation takes away your natural color, you should put a little of the right color back in. By using a light bronzer to contour your face you’ll never feel too pale. Apply the bronzer from the  apple of your cheek back along your cheek bones and a little down your forehead, nose , and chin. You can then apply your blush on the apples of your cheeks, where you pinch them. Tanya Apter

Winter Make Up

Just as our wardrobes and color palettes change with the seasons, so does our skin.  Change up your skincare regime for winter.  The cold and heat are very drying.  No matter what products you use ( oil free, anti-aging, etc.), incorporate hydrating products as well.  Don’t be afraid to mix it up.  You can use a hydrating serum under an anti-aging day cream.  If your concern is breaking out, you can use hydrating products during the day under your makeup and more intense products while you’re sleeping and your skin can repair itself.  Also, use a gentle exfoliator at least once a week.  The idea is to remove the dry surface layer of the skin so all of your great skincare can nourish that new surface.

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Housewarming: The Best Gift of All

With the winter cold across much of the country, February is a good time to brighten things up around your home to bring on spring and make you fall in love with your abode all over again. Coming home to a welcoming atmosphere is a necessary treat at the end of a long day, so get inspired and freshen things up these favorite interior design elements.

Yellow Painted Windows - via Pinterest

Bring in spring. Adding a colorful splash of paint livens the mood in any room. Choose a favorite hue from a spring-inspired palette an let the sun shine in! Photo via Pinterest.

Cabinet Turned Wine Bar - via Pinterest

Get crafty. Take a flea market find and make it truly yours. Look for an interesting shape and quality materials – the rest is just aesthetics. Get some spray paint, new hardware and new home accessories and the piece tells an entirely different story. Photo via Pinterest.

Simply white interior - via Pinterest

Simplify things. Stressed out? Take clutter and visual noise out of the equation. A white-based interior design scheme is simple, bright and brings in the light. Stow away the everyday messes and make your home a haven of heavenly bliss. Photo via Pinterest.

No matter how you do it, make your space a place to love. In this season of heartfelt giving, this is a present you definitely deserve.

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How to Wear: Boots

Style goes from head to toe, and these fashionistas know how to wear a winter wardrobe staple: boots. On Groundhog Day, Punxsutawney Phil predicted winter was going to last even longer. Take a cue from these savvy bloggers and make the cooler weather look good!

Jessica of What I Wore in cute duck boots

Jessica of What I Wore pairs her warm duck boots with cozy socks and a mix of patterns for a layered look that rocks away the winter doldrums. Keeping a similar color palette throughout the entire outfit makes plaids, stripes and solids work together for bundled-chic appeal!

Anh of 9 to 5 Chic in pretty wedge boots

Anh of 9 to 5 Chic wears these pretty wedge boots with polished flair. She keeps things sleek and simple, but her basic pieces have a little edge. Check out the pointed toe on those heeled booties! Fierce.

Blair of Atlantic-Pacific in red Hunter boots

Blair of Atlantic-Pacific rocks a pair of red galoshes with plenty of layers and baubles. With tights and over-the-knee socks, she makes a pleated mini skirt work even in winter.

How will you rock winter wear? Whether you go sleek and chic or layered and luxuriously warm, these fabulous fashion bloggers have your style inspiration covered!