We never let the inevitable season changes get us down, not when there’s always a host of new looks to get your hands on. Yes, autumn might mean covering up a little more to be cosy and dry and it does mean making the most of what skin you do have on show!
Here’s some of our favourite tips and tricks to adapting your gorgeous to fit the season:
An autumnal glow? Of course!
Being gently golden is a real pick-me-up as the nights draw in and the seasons change. With celebratory favourite, LDN:Skins spray tan, you’ll be left glowing with a sumptuous silky finish. Add in some exfoliation and moisture and you’ve got just the trick to feel utterly beautiful this season.
Plus – if anyone asks… a last minute deal to the Balearics saw it unseasonably sunny and yes thanks, you’re feeling fabulous.
It’s time to step, face first, into autumn London and yes… you might look a little windswept after a long day out and about, but there’s 2 little neat arches you can always rely on, who are always going to support you whether you’re cross, confused or downright happy. Ladies and gents – raise a glass to your beautiful brows.
Choose rich, autumnal browns and hazel hues alongside a thick, defined brow look this season and make a catwalk-worthy statement – as we know nothing beats a Delevingne brow!
Waterproof your look
With autumn comes showers and if the idea of peeling off waterproof mascara with a cotton wool ball fills you with dread then get tinted! Choose from 4 different lash tints in dark blue/black, black, brown/black and brown so whether you’re after dark and sultry or light and breezy – get your tint right and you can flutter those lashes with confidence.
Nail your autumn look
Nothing will brighten up your autumn look like an OPI manicure – especially an OPI Venice manicure. We recommend A Great Opera-Tunity as the perfect shade to get the brilliant autumnal talons your mitts deserve to match your fresh, AW15/16 look.
Of course, we have a fuller OPI range, so if A Great Opera-Tunity hue isn’t for you, we’ll bet you we’ve got a shade to suit.