In the winter hair needs caring for too. Dryness of the cold season, which comes from both cold air and central heating, is damaging not only to your skin but health in general. As well as changing your skincare routine for winter, you need to review your entire lifestyle and diet to strengthen your immune system and make sure you can go through autumn and winter without getting sick.
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Your beauty routine will also need corrections beyond skincare. You’ll need to pay more attention to your hair during this season because it becomes extremely vulnerable in the cold (and wearing hats doesn’t help either).
Aside from buying second hand, it can be difficult to know how to make sustainable fashion choices when buying new clothes.
I bought this Zara coat in a charity shop for £15
The best way to buy new but sustainable fashion is to ensure good quality of clothing. I’m in my late 20s now and I can think of so many items I got rid of because they went out of fashion, only to be filled with regret a few years later when trends came back around.
A few simple winter skincare tips to help you with your morning and evening skincare routine will help prevent the colder months — and drying effect of central heating — wreaking havoc on your skin. It can be important to change your products and remove certain steps from your usual routine.
To help prevent damage, dryness and irritation here are five winter skincare tips — just a few of these simple changes could have a big effect.
September 23 marked the start of autumn in the UK and with the change in temperature comes new autumn winter fashion 2019 trends.
It is time to start thinking about investing in this year’s winter coat and a good pair of boots, as well as the colours, shapes and styles to being incorporating into your wardrobe.
In June this year the TK Maxx Oxford Street opened, and it is the company’s biggest store yet. When I read about this back in May I didn’t expect it to be somewhere I would visit, as this sounded a little overwhelming. I was wrong.