Sure, it's Winter, but lately it's been unbearably cold — freezing, in fact. Subzero temperatures are sweeping through the Midwest and down the East Coast. And while curling up with hot cocoa and a heating blanket is ideal, some of us still have to venture out into the elements. Dry skin and static-ridden strands are just a few of the issues caused by the skin-numbing air, but you can kick the arctic weather in the pants with these Winter beauty tips. Thunder, snow, and frigid windchills may ruin your day, but your hair and skin will be safe.
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Get Rid of Flakes
Everyone's hair gets a little flaky in the Winter, but could it be something more serious  than dandruff that's causing your dryness?
Moisturize From Head to Toe
It's not just your legs that need moisturizing in the Winter! We've rounded up the best hydrating products  to keep you feeling supple from your hair to your heels.
Give Your Lips Some Luxury
As much as we love our drugstore balms, sometimes a luxury lip treatment  is just what you need to get through the chill.
Keep Your Hands Hydrated
These gorgeous hand creams  are as pretty as they are hydrating, so we'll be taking them everywhere we go this Winter.
Soothe Chapped Cheeks
Sometimes that cold-weather flush goes a little too far, but with these two tricks , you can tend to aggravated skin in seconds.
Ace Winter Hair
Stop hiding under that cap! These expert hair tips  will have you sporting some of your best styles of the year.
Stock Up on Essentials
Buying cold-weather essentials doesn't have to break the bank. Get through January to March with extra cash to spare thanks to these budget-friendly buys under $10 .
Fight Hair Fuzz
Frizz an issue for you come January? From hair oil to dryer sheets, here are four products you need  to keep the fuzz at bay.
Put a Hat on It
Think hat hair is a bad thing? Just look to these street style stars for inspiration for how to style your locks with a chapeau .
Care For Your Nails
Split and peeling nails are common this season, but the cure for cracked cuticles is a lot of moisture .
It's that time of the year when your nails are begging for some attention; remedy hangnails, peeling, and chipped tips  with a much-needed treatment.
Buh-Bye to Hair Static
Stepping outside into the whipping winds can cause static. Try these tricks (like picking a new brush) to avoid the finger-stuck-in-socket hairstyle .
If you've been hiding your feet in your favorite snow boots, your tootsies deserve a revival. Find out what ingredients will soothe cracked heels .
Treat yourself to a day at the spa, but make sure you stay away from the harsher treatments that could irritate seasonally sensitive skin .
Protect Your Hair
Solve all your cold-weather hair woes  with a highly moisturizing (and protective) regimen.
Cream of the Crop
Whether you like heavy butters or light creams, there is a Winter moisturizer  to fit your needs.
Not even gloves can protect your hands from getting chapped this time of year. But you can infuse added moisture into your digits  if you follow these simple rules.
Should you exfoliate in Winter ? The answer is a resounding — yes!
Yes to SPF
Just because the temperature has dropped and the sun is hidden, there are plenty of reasons why you still need to use sunscreen. 
Fake a Winter Glow
Pale, dull, sallow — all words to describe your complexion. Bring back the glow and fake dewy skin  with the help of makeup, of course.
There's nothing worse than going out with a head of wet curls. Find out how to dry your hair faster  this season (and maybe ward off the flu, too).
It's true: your hot shower is actually drying out your skin, but it's easy to rehydrate your body, hair and skin  while you steam it up.
Revise Your Skin Routine
A change in temperatures also means it's time for a few subtle adjustments in your skin care routine  to combat dry Winter air.
Remedy Your Chapped Lips
Don't get caught with cracked, chapped lips again. Discover what is causing your dried-out lips  and nip it in the bud.
Refresh Your Hair
Hats are a cold-weather fashion staple, but they can ruin your style. Learn how to revive your hair after removing your headwear .
Are you continually skipping the deep conditioning step of your hair regimen ? Winter is the perfect time of year to improve your hydrating game.