4 Things to Change in Your Beauty Routine for Fall

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In Partnership with INNBeauty. All opinions are my own!

Last week we covered home decor for fall, but now that it’s not 197 degrees in Texas, I think we can talk beauty swaps! My hair rejoices with less humidity but ’tis the season that my dry skin, eczema, and chapped lips make their presence KNOWN. You don’t have to redo your entire beauty routine or purchase an entirely new makeup bag. A few easy swaps will keep your summer glow going all year. You may also visit a medical spa this season to improve the condition of your skin.

SKINCARE

1. More moisture– Let’s start with the obvious, you want more moisture during the cooler months. And while I love to seal in moisturizers with oils, I can’t put an oil on my face in the morning. That would cause my concealer to slip off before I’d even made it through the carpool line. Start your day with INNBeauty’s 10+10 Moisturizer. I’ve shared this moisturizer before, and with this product, think: bright and hydrated. It’s formulated with 10% Vitamin C, 10% Peptide Complex, Ceramides, Squalane, and in a testing panel 100% of users felt more radiant after 2 weeks of use. I switch to this moisturizer in the morning to combat dull and dry skin in the fall and winter.

2. Gently Exfoliate– When I think exfoliate, a lot of times I think of physical exfoliants and scrubbing off uneven self-tanner. But chemical exfoliants in the fall and winter can help brighten and provide clarity to the skin. Down to Tone is a “dupe” to LotionP50 and since using this I have never purchased or used LotionP50 again. It’s alcohol-free and has an AHA+BHA+PHA 6-acid blend, but with Vitamin B3 moisture is locked in. Sparknotes Skincare version? Dull skin is exfoliated to reveal brightened skin with a more even texture and locked-in moisture. I skip physical exfoliants in the winter. I use Down to Tone at night after I’ve cleansed my skin. 

BEAUTY

Most magazines will tell you how to change your foundation in the fall, but let’s talk about two products I don’t think to get enough chatter during these months- lip gloss and concealer! The right gloss can keep lips hydrated, and the right concealer can avoid settling into fine lines while we are already battling chapped skin.

3. Lip Oils– Lip Oils are a HOT trend right now. And much to my husband’s dislike, I feel like I’ve tried and purchased every last one at Sephora. Some provide a pretty berry stain that lasts all day. Some blend into lip liners. One swipe and some break down all of your lipstick pigment. So what’s my favorite? My absolute favorite {I’d crown it Homecoming Queen at Sephora if I could} is INNBeauty’s Frosé Lip Oil. It’s online only, but I’m bringing it to every “Favorite Things” party this upcoming holiday season. It has a plant-based plumping complex that doesn’t burn- instead, it plumps fine lines up, so your lips look fuller. My favorite way to wear this is to apply a nude liner like Charlotte Tilbury Natural, fill in a bit of my lip, and then apply the Lip Oil all over. It doesn’t break down any lipstick pigment, which is rare for an oil-based product. The photo above shows it on my lips with a liner. Buy 2. Seriously. I swatched this for the post and then put the product back in the tube because I can’t bare to waste one swipe.
4. Concealer– I’ve recently discovered this hack {thank you, internet} and I can’t stop trying it. I encourage switching to a creamier concealer in the winter- get that added moisture wherever you can! I use Rose Inc. Apply it to your ring finger, THEN add a drop of INNBeauty Face Glaze. Face Glaze is a highlight gel cream that has hyaluronic acid. When you apply it with the Face Glaze, the under-eye area is more brightened and hydrated. It camouflages fine lines- since there isn’t a chunky highlight powder involved. I swatched the differences for you below.

What are the top things you switch in your beauty routine for fall?

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1 Comment

  1. Kimm wrote:

    I love all inn beauty ! And I love the glaze !!!

    Published 11 Oct 22Reply