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I grew up here in Kansas City, but I moved away to go to college. After I got married, we lived in Seattle for a few years, but in 2011, we moved back to the Midwest to live closer to family. I love living in the Midwest. I love that Missouri has four seasons, but with those seasons, we have humid summers and dry winters. Now that I live here as an adult, I have definitely realized my beauty routine needs to be changed up during the cold months. I love makeup and I have makeup tutorials coming, but today I'm sharing three of my favorite simple winter beauty products.
Next up: a jar of petroleum jelly, or Vaseline as we call it at our house. I use this stuff for everything in the winter! I use it on my cuticles and hands for deep moisture. I love putting it on my feet with socks before bed. My feet are so soft and moisturized when I wake up. My kids and I have had colds and we rub petroleum jelly on our cheeks and noses when they get sore. What do I use it the most for? My lips! It is my favorite lip gloss for dry winter lips because I have baby cheeks to be smooching!
I also love to brighten my winter beauty routine with white teeth. Crest Whitestrips are my favorite way to whiten, and I've used them since high school. In the winter, white teeth really boost your smile and make your complexion look more tan. Speaking of tan, yes I love my self tanner too! I shared my self tanner routine and tips this morning if you missed it.
You know I love affordable products and style, so all of these products can be found at your local drug store. I love to hit up Walgreens and browse their enormous and affordable makeup aisle. You can find all of these products there too.
Be sure to check out my self tanner tips and stay tuned next week for my everyday hair styling tutorial. What are your favorite winter beauty products? What changes do you make in the winter months?