Winter weather can be especially tough on your hands. Here are five tips to winterize hands that you can try now:
Dry skin begins from the inside out. It is important to drink water year-round. And while chugging a bottle of water on a warm day in July is usually easy for most people, it is often harder in winter. And what if you have difficulty drinking icy beverages in chilly weather? (Yes, a problem this California girl definitely has: 50 = chilly!) Then try hot water with a touch of honey and lemon for a no-caffeine, no sugar option.
Freshen up your cuticles with a little TLC
The appearance of your cuticles greatly affects the overall appearance of your hands; pushing down each cuticle with one of these can help maintain each nail and makes nails look longer. This is better than trimming cuticles, which can sometimes lead to infections.
Winterize Hands with Moisturizer
I use this hand and nail cream in between manicures, but it is also important to use it throughout the week (though not immediately following a manicure application). Since Color Street lasts so long, you have to be a bit more conscious with moisturizing.
Brighten your day with a little Color Street
You can get four full sets of Color Street for around $40, depending on how you take advantage of our ongoing special. These nail polish strips can be applied to fingers and toes in just a few minutes. Color Street Nail Polish Strips go with every outfit, fit users of all sizes and make it easy to have beautiful nails! And nail polish, unlike any other beauty product is something YOU can enjoy the whole time you are wearing it – not just when you get a peek in a mirror.
Ok, this one’s just for fun, really, but if you live in a place where winter is “cold” and not bone-chillingly freezing, then show off that new manicure with a set of these.
Now you have all the tools you need to winterize hands – and you’ll be ready for the upcoming season!
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