The actress has definitely transitioned her summer strands & cosmetics colors with autumn-approved hues! Here, tips from stylist, Matt King of Asanda Aveda Spa Lounge in Manhattan for prepping your beauty regimen for fall!
Now that the weather’s turning cooler and autumnal hues are once again the trend, it’s only fitting your beauty routine matches the change in season!
Here tips from Matt King of Asanda Aveda Spa Lounge in Manhattan:
Get a post-summer facial: Salt water, chlorine, sand, sweat – they all take a toll on your skin no matter how diligent you were with cleansing and moisturizing this past summer. To get your face in top form for fall, Asanda Aveda Spa suggests getting a facial to thoroughly clean your skin.
Switch to a creamy cleanser: As temperatures start to dip your skin can dry out, so a creamier formula can save skin from looking dull.
Perk up your palette: Switch up your summer makeup palette with some icy blues and golden shimmer for eyes and wine-stained colors for lips.
Keep your Brows Natural: Full brows are more flattering, so only tweeze when necessary. Fill in your brows with a pencil one shade lighter than your natural brow color which creates a softer, more natural effect.
Paint On Olive Nails: This shade flatters all skin tones and pops against plum and navy – the hot new colors for fall fashions!
Clean & Clear: A clarifying treatment is a great start to getting your hair in beautiful shape for fall. Clarifying shampoos, at home treatments or in-salon treatments help remove product build-up, allowing for fresh fall hair.
Moisturize Your Mane: It’s important to maintain moisture in your hair to keep it from becoming dry and brittle into the winter months. A good weekly conditioner that’s appropriate for your hair type, texture and thickness will make a huge difference in the way your hair looks and feels all through the fall months. Try Aveda Dry Remedy Moisturizing Treatment Masque, which can be used once a week for a deeply penetrating moisture treatment.
Beef Up Braids: The classic braid is a functional, chic alternative to a ponytail. Work a serum through wet strands and blow-dry for a smooth finish. Draw a side or middle part, and fasten a ponytail at the nape of the neck. Weave hair into a braid and secure ends with a second hair tie.
— Jennifer Tzeses
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