Keep It Simple
Regardless of the time of year, I try to adhere to the same beauty advice that I prescribe to my colour clients: low maintenance, but not no maintenance. The key to pulling this off successfully is finding the right products for you.
Dial Up Your Skincare
My skin requires a lot more moisture in the winter months. I've already started using my Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil, $55.00. While it’s designed to be used at night-time, I apply two-to-three drops during the day too for extra hydration. Aesop B & Tea Balancing Toner, $32.50 keeps me skin balanced and once a week I’ll use Kate Somerville Exfolikate Intensive Exfoliating Treatment, $24.15. If my skin feels like it needs some TLC or is looking a little dry, I’ll pamper myself with indulgent eye creams and hydrating face masks.
Hold Back On Haircare
In the summertime, I’m in the pool and ocean frequently so I shampoo more often. During the winter months, I hold back and shampoo about twice a week. One very peculiar thing that I find is that people don't rinse the shampoo and conditioner enough. Especially during the winter months when we can tend to get a little dryer it's important that we do a thorough rinse of shampoo and conditioner.
After getting out of the shower I groom with , which is a hydrating styling cream that helps to tame flyaways and frizz, and Olaplex No.7 Bonding Oil, $30.00 to boost the shine and colour of my hair.
Switch Up Your Scent
Generally, I tend to avoid citrusy summertime fragrances during the fall and winter months. Instead, I’m drawn to dryer woody scents. They just feel right when the weather turns. is my go-to.