Continuing from last year’s post about preserving your summer sexy (click here for the previous post), there are several reasons why YOU-CAN’T-TELL-US-NUFFIN’ in the summer months, but come autumn it’s BYE-BYE BEAUTY. Let’s face it, for most of us, a change of seasons can mean a drop-off in how we look and feel. Now that Fall is here, let’s explore a few more ways to keep your fleek.
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WHAT’S UP WITH YOUR HAIR?
That’s a valid question, and not a diss. Hotter temperatures and humidity can alter how our hair reacts in the summer months. As the climate cools, our products and routines need to be modified also. Your hair can be a little off because your hair regimen is out of season. It’s a good time to assess any sun overdose on your strands and clip some damaged ends. A deep conditioning treatment wouldn’t hurt either.
WHAT I’M MCLOVIN THIS FALL
Very, very subtle ombre: Check out the original post on Black Girl Long Hair.
MAKE ME OVER…
Who doesn’t love a good seasonal makeover? While you’re giving your hair some tlc, don’t neglect your makeup. Of course you can make some summer makeup trends cross over into fall with a little variation. For the most part, you’ll need to make some adjustments to your repertoire to get more out of that fashion haul. You could be doing a disservice to that new party dress with makeup that doesn’t match up.
WHAT I’M MCLOVIN THIS FALL…
Ice cream in autumn: The colors and textures of this cream shadow palatte that can carry a look when combined or individually support the red lips and defined brow looks this season.
I want to hear from you. How do you maintain your summer sexy year-round? Please drop me a comment below.
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