12 Cold-Weather Beauty Favorites

Suffering from sun deprivation, wind-burned skin—and hair flattened by daily hat wearing? These products have arrived to revive your looks.

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Problem: You Look Tired

Go from exhausted and drained to chic and awake in a single swipe.


Tom Ford Lip Color in Smoke Red, $45; click to purchase


Problem: Your Regular Moisturizer Just Isn't Cutting It

Apply a lightweight hyaluronic acid serum before layering on your everyday moisturizer. The ingredient seals water to the skin for more effective hydration.


Skinceuticals Hydrating B5 Gel, $67; click to purchase


Problem: Your Face Looks Washed Out

Mix a drop of this illuminator with foundation or tinted moisturizer for an instant glow.


Nars Orgasm Illuminator, $29; click to purchase


Problem: You're Sick of Your Everyday Polish

Winter is the perfect time to try a rich black-ruby lacquer.


Essie Nail Lacquer in Masquerade Belle, $8; click to purchase


Problem: You Dread That Tight, Just-Washed-Face Feeling

This balm melts into a milky lather when mixed with warm water and leaves wind-burned, irritated skin feeling silky and hydrated.


Darphin Aromatic Cleansing Balm with Rosewood, $95; click to purchase


Problem: Candles Feel Cozy, but Floral Scents Nauseate You

This unusual scent (inspired by damp, mossy walls in an old church) feels comforting and never cloying in chilly weather.


Cire Trudon Carmélite Candle, $75; click to purchase


Problem: It's Too Cold to Air-Dry, and Your Locks Are Fried

Dry, damaged hair soaks up this rich conditioner instantly to reveal plumper, silkier strands.


Philip B Russian Amber Imperial Conditioning Creme, $52; click to purchase

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Problem: You're Craving a Comforting Scent

Vetiver, frankincense and black Ceylon tea notes make this cozy, bourbon vanilla fragrance anything but boring.


Diptyque Eau Duelle de Toilette, $88; click to purchase

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Problem: It's Too Cold to Wait for Lotion to Absorb

Fight scaly winter skin by smoothing on this fast-absorbing, hydrating oil post-shower.


Neutrogena Sesame Seed Body Oil, $9; click to purchase


Problem: Flaky, Parched Skin

The ultimate alligator-skin antidote. And the classic scent can’t be beat.


Dove Deep Moisture Body Wash, $9; click to purchase


Problem: You Look Like You've Been Hibernating

Open up your eyes with a liquid liner that’s a cinch to apply.


L’Oréal Lineur Intense Felt Tip Eyeliner in Carbon Black, $9; click to purchase


Problem: You Need a Pick-Me-Up

These fizzy, citrus-scented bath cubes contain healing brown sugar to repair your soul—while you relax.


Fresh Sugar Lychee Bath Cubes, $34; click to purchase


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First Published Thu, 2011-01-27 12:00

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