Alpha Beta Glow Pads // Tarte 12-Hour Waterproof Cover Up // Sunscreen Stick //Waterproof Mascara // Sunforgetable Powder Sunscreen // Sugar SPF 15 Lip Treatment // On the glow blush // Supergoop Lip Balm //CeraVe AM Cream
Ski Bunny Chic
Sexy ski pants, killer turns and an all natural look. Well we all know that “Im not wearing any makeup” look involves makeup, so here are my tips and tricks for looking from the chairlift to acres ski.
The number one thing your must where on the mountains – SUNSCREEN. Sunscreen is a must. When you’re in the mountains not only are you closer to the sun but the and the sun reflects off the snow on to your face. My daily moisture CeraVe AM Cream, contains SPF 15 but I typically apply more when I get out of the car and carry a stick with me in my jacket. You will want to really at lunch and as you sip champagne at the end of the day.
It’s winter, you’re 99% most likely ghostly pale right now. I get super pale so I use these Alpha Beta Glow Pads weekly to give my face a nice glow. I have tried numerous face self tanners and these are my favorite. I typically apply Thursday or Friday for a bronzed look that takes me into the weekend. for the weekend.
I am prone to breaking out along my google line and my face gaud is usually up most of the day. So I try to stay away from heavy foundation. A great day to pull out your BB Cream! My routine calls for under eye consider and a tented moisturizer with SPF.
No need for blush, you are going to get that perfectly windblown look from the slopes
The key to all day eyes is WATERPROOF, the only thing worse than a ski racoon tan is raccoon eyes to match. Go for a subtle liner and reapply in the bathroom later.
I started using Maybelline Eyebrow Crayons almost a year ago and am obsessed. Waterproof mascara, eyeliner and a little eye shadow – A little shimmer to wake up tiered eyes
My lips have a natural just chugged a blue Gatorade color, so I live for lips stains and tents. I apply in the morning and before drinks. I always keep a chapstick with SPF in my jacket pocket to protect them from the wind and sun as well.
I would love to figure out how to french braid my hair. I opt for a low pony and da poorly done braid or pigtail braids. I have been working on a headband braid while stuck in ski traffic but no success yet. I do see some girls who wear they’re hair down but mine turn into a giant knot.
Since you will be heading straight from the slopes to acres ski you will need to pack your touch up essentials with you? But since your skiing you really only have what you can fit in your pockets.
Yep Samples, time to put those 100s sample packets to good use! I throw a few in a few samples and touch up in the bathroom.
Beauty routine down but don’t know what to pack? Check out my full Ski Trip Guide here.