We may be on summer break this week, but that means, at least in part, that we’re thinking forward to fall, and not just when it comes to handbags. Below, check out a selection of the beauty, skincare and haircare products we’ll be loading up on for the coming chill in the air.
$25 via Macy’s
One of the things I look forward to most in fall is my makeup not melting down my face. Take the opportunity for a dramatic eye look.
$39 via Sephora
Keeping your hair hydrated can sometimes get overlooked in favor of skincare in colder months, but a little bit of this oil at the end of styling will help seal in moisture.
$249 via Macy’s
If you’re moisturizing but not seriously exfoliating as it gets colder, you’re not going to see the results you’re hoping for. This Clarisonic package is specially assembled to restore your glow.
$52.50 via Macy’s
Clinique os often American women’s first experience with skincare, but just because you’ve grown up, doesn’t mean the brand doesn’t have something to meet your increasing moisture needs.
$38 via Neiman Marcus
The key to fall beauty is keeping as much moisture in your skin as you can; that’s the best way to create a solid foundation for makeup. Switching to an oil-based cleanser when the air gets dry helps immensely in that pursuit.
$30 via Sephora
If you only add one cream to your winter beauty arsenal, it should be this one; it’s safe for sensitive skin, relatively inexpensive (especially for the big tub you get) and can be used all over the face and body.
$85 via Macy’s
One of my favorite fall rituals is switching to my cold-weather scent. This perfume from Givenchy tones down the florals for winter with sandalwood and vetyver.
$35 via Sephora
$26 via Sephora
Weird name aside, this stuff is wonderful for keeping feed moisturized and luxurious-feeling, no matter if you apply it yourself or enlist the services of a friend.
$46 via Neiman Marcus
A lot of the skincare freaks I know use this stuff, and that’s evidence enough for me.
$42.50 via Net-a-Porter
A lot of women forget about applying sunscreen once the weather cools, but it’s still just important to protect against casual sun exposure in the fall and winter. This stuff packs a big SPF, along with all the hardcore skin nutrition.
$29 via Macy’s
Being someone who loves a big color payoff can be tough in winter, because so many of those lipsticks are matte and drying. This formula is incredibly velvety and moisturizing, but it doesn’t sacrifice opacity at all.
$24 via Sephora
This scrub is recommended for dry, damaged hands; it uses sugar instead of moisture-sapping salt, bound up in shea butter as well as grapeseed and almond oils.
$12.50 via Macy’s
Grey nails perfectly toe the line between modernity and sophistication in winter.
$38 via Net-a-Porter
Once your skin is properly moisturized, adding a bit of this cult-favorite luminizer on top of your foundation will give you that dewy look.