8 Winter Beauty Tricks to Look Like a Snow Bunny
While we know there are plenty of reasons to love Winter beauty, those can be hard to remember when the East Coast is on watch for Snowpocalypse 2015. But taking a peek at the gorgeous looks at Sundance is reminding us that if celebrities can look elegant party hopping in a flurry-filled town, then so can we. Read on for the top celebrity beauty tips to stick to this Winter — and stay warm!
A casual topknot makes hat hair cool.
Margot Robbie attended the Z For Zachariah dinner with her strands half up in a topknot. By pairing the look with a sexy bronze smoky eye, it was more werk than workout. Plus, she could wear a slouchy hat or a hood over her mane without disrupting the style.
An intricate braid is fun and functional.
A french plait like Lena Dunham's will keep hair in place despite whipping winds. Here is how you can master the milkmaid braid at home.
Skip the heavy eye makeup.
Nicole Kidman brightened up her eyes at the premiere of Strangerland with shimmery shadow and a barely there touch of mascara and liner. Minimal mascara meant strong winds wouldn't cause Nicole to tear up and get inky streaks everywhere.
Don't underestimate the high-fashion hair tuck.
Not only did Zoe Kravitz look high fashion with her braids tucked under her scarf, but she also kept her neck warm and her strands smooth.
Embrace tousled hair.
If your mane tends to not cooperate this time of year, just let it go like Elsa in Frozen. At the premiere of Ten Thousand Saints, Hailee Steinfeld proved a superpolished coif is totally unnecessary — beachy bedhead waves look glam even in a Winter wonderland.
Using extra bronzer and blush is a great choice.
At the premiere of Hot Girls Wanted, Rashida Jones sported an extra dusting of a bronzy-peach blush on her cheekbones. A warm, healthy complexion is enviable in the dark months of Winter!
Perfect skin is your best accessory.
Gina Rodriguez attended Kari Feinstein's Style Lounge with practically no makeup on, showing off her glowing complexion. Just don't forget to load up on superhydrating SPF moisturizer before heading out.
Don't feel restricted by the weather!
Chanel Iman made the case for a full face of makeup — contoured cheekbones, smoky eyes, and all — and a sleek blowout. After all, even though it's freezing, sometimes you just want to go all out!