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Tanning Is Bad For You…How To Rock Being Pale This Winter

The end of summer means a lot of things. Shorter days, pea coats and knee high boots. As we gear up for winter and happily transition into knits and parkas, there is one aspect about the cold we do not welcome warmly: fading tans. With the briskness of winter upon us, girls everywhere silently begin to panic as they watch their tans fade, leaving behind milky paleness.

Many assuage this horrible transition with the use of tanning beds. It seems like the ideal maneuver until we began to see the long term effects on the women before us. Suddenly, tanning equates to smoking cigarettes: no matter how much cooler you look, it’s not worth the end result.

But there’s hope! Another angle you never considered before– Rocking the pale. It seems with the widespread hipster movement of American Apparel models and grunge, the natural look is back in. And people are taking advantage of it. Suddenly, it’s cool to be pale.

Pale has always been beautiful, if you have the right skin for it. Unortuantely, those with perfect complexions are a very rare. You’re lucky if you come out of puberty with only minor scars, and you don’t have to worry about make-up and natural remedies to increase that dewy look.

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Fortunately, for those of us unlucky enough not to have perfect skin, there’s a solution. If you invest in the right product, this look can be achieves. It’s an oxymoron, but you want to buy make-up that makes you look like you’re not wearing any make-up at all. This task can be a lot harder to achieve than it sounds, though. You want make-up that’s not gonna cake, crack or run. You want make-up that makes you look dewy fresh and rejuvenated, all day long.

Our pick for achieving this look is with Napoleon Perdis. Their make-up is the best you can get. From their skin care products to their foundations, their make-up will help you achieve the flawless complexion you thought only Miranda Kerr could have.

Napoleon Perdis is the best make-up out there to achieve the natural glow look for fall. Their products use only natural ingredients, and don’t crack or cake on. The best part: the fresh look lasts all day. Their foundation is a hybrid of a skin-perfecting HD foundation, an anti-aging moisturizer and a broad-spectrum sunscreen. Light enough for that low maintenance, natural look while boasting enough coverage to perfect and convincingly correct your skin.

Visit their site for tips on how to brighten your complexion, cover spots and create the dewy complexion we all yearn for. The three products that are essential for achieving the flawless natural look include:

Auto Pilot BBB Cream which is a hybrid of a skin-perfecting, HD foundation, an anti-aging moisturizer, and a broad-spectrum sunscreen. Light enough for that low maintenance, natural look yet it boasts enough coverage to perfect and convincingly correct your skin.

Auto Pilot Pre-Foundation Skin Primer which is scientifically formulated to allow your makeup to “automatically” glide over the skin, Auto Pilot helps to prime and soothe the complexion for that flawless finish and helps makeup last even longer.

Radiance-Boosting Primer as the perfect pairing to your foundation. It can be applied before or after your base to impart a Cinderella-esque radiance that lifts and flatters the face.

Eye Bright Inner Rim Eye Liner which is a creamy liner has been custom designed for the inner rim or water line of the eye to freshen and brighten even tired, irritated eyes. It will make your eyes look younger and brighter.

 

 

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Lauren Martin

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Lauren Martin is a Senior Lifestyle Writer at Elite Daily. After graduating from PSU, she moved to NYC to write fart jokes at Smosh Magazine. Making her way to ED, she now writes riveting commentary on nude pics, condoms and first dates.
Lauren Martin is a Senior Lifestyle Writer at Elite Daily. After graduating from PSU, she moved to NYC to write fart jokes at Smosh Magazine. Making her way to ED, she now writes riveting commentary on nude pics, condoms and first dates.

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