Attack of the Red
Published Nov 11, 2011
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If you love the cold weather, then you’re probably ready for all the pesky annoyances that come with it. Cold weather brings stuffy noses, dry coughs, and the permanent blush. When all the blood rushes to your face after you step in from the cold, you may look like you’re boiling over. If you are fair-skinned, you’re probably familiar with this effect, but don’t think it can’t happen to you if your skin is darker.
Rosy cheeks look youthful and innocent, but an entirely red face is not pretty. There are lots of reasons your face may become overly ruddy. Rosacea, a change in temperature, or an embarrassing moment can bring the red out. You may even find that the color doesn’t go away. If this happens, then you may want to add some of these products to your beauty closet.
This primer will make skin look smoother and minimize pores, but it’s best for combatting redness. Basic color theory: Green cancels red. The green will tone down any redness and help conceal trouble areas. It’s great for brightening as well.
This powder is a treatment for excessively red skin caused by broken capillaries. It’ll help brighten skin for an even complexion. Don’t worry if you have sensitive skin. It’s gentle enough for any skin type, but be careful if you have a darker complexion. You don’t want to look ashy.
Moisture is needed during the winter months, and this cream has the added benefit of rushing relief to skin flare-ups. Your skin will thank you for the extra protection against the harsh winds you’re bound to face.