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From Icy Blue To Jewel Tone


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Blue toneWinter wedding colors can go with the theme of the season by incorporating icy tones, jewel tones, or holiday colors. They can be used as contrast against a sometimes bleak and colorless time of year or to play up a winter wonderland theme. They are generally cool in tone, though warm-toned accent colors can add interest to the overall appearance of the ceremony or the reception hall.

Ice and Snow

You can play up winter’s icy beauty by choosing to use delicate baby blue, shades of gray and silver, lilac, periwinkle, navy blue, and white. Want a winter wonderland theme? This is the color palette for you.

You can use navy blue or periwinkle as the trim on your dress, for example, and then have your bridesmaids wear that color.

Add silver and white into the decorations and consider giving the bridesmaids pearl or silver jewelry to wear in the wedding.

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Pamper your skin this wintertime


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Winter skin careDuring the winter the humidity is very low and as a result the skin may easily become dehydrated. The most important thing you should remember and the best way to keep your skin soft and smooth during the winter months is to keep your whole body hydrated.

During the winter your skin may change dramatically but it will normalize itself once the cold months and the low humidity are over. Unfortunately many women don’t know how to take care of their skin during the colder months of the year and the results aren’t very pleasant their skin becomes drier due to the dehydration, more sensitive, the skin loses its elasticity and the signs of aging become more noticeable.

Your skin still needs moisture: One big misconception is that the thermal sprays and the hydrating creams are only for the summer.If your skin feels too dry and taut during the winter months it simply means that it needs more moisture. So buy hydrating sprays, moisturizing serums and hydrating masks. Avoid using face soaps or lotions containing alcohol as they can make your skin even drier.

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Transit Your Look from Summer to Winter


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Winter LookMost people prefer summer months to winter ones. Summer is synonymous with sun, outdoor activities, breezy clothing, and a radiant, seasonal tan. Winter is known for freezing temperatures, icy road conditions, layers of thick clothing, and cracked, dry skin.

While you cannot control the weather, you can control your look. This winter, do not sink into the cold weather blues, warm up your style with these 5 tips to transition your look from summer to winter.

Toss the tanner:

Holding onto the self tanner is one of the biggest mistakes you can make. Winter means shorter days, and less sunlight, so who is going to believe that you have a fresh summer glow in the middle of January?

Instead of looking streaked and orange, try using blush to warm your face. Having perfectly flushed cheeks will give you a believable winter glow. If you absolutely feel that your skin is too pale during the winter months, try using a bit of tinted moisturizer for a little added color. This is a much better alternative to glopping on the tanner, or damaging your skin in a tanning bed.

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Winter Jewelry Trends


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Bib necklacePerhaps it’s because of the poor economy or maybe it’s due to sensory overload, but fashion, in general, is taking it back to the basics. This season the current trend for jewelry is all about fashion fundamentals, with an emphasis on chunky.

Although statement necklaces are less of a classic basic and more of a recent trend, they are still considered the “must have” focal point to give your entire wardrobe a boost. Huge chains and bib necklaces continue to be great looks to go after.

These oversized ornaments can really dress up the clean lines of a simple night time look, but don’t put them away during the day. Reinvent your white t-shirt and jeans by adding your favorite attention getter around your neck. When wearing a statement necklace, keep the rest of your outfit simple, sophisticated and subdued…allowing the jewelry to grab all the attention.

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Planning a Winter Wedding


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Winter WeddingWhile spring remains the most popular season in which to tie the knot, winter can be a beautiful time as well. The clean, crisp air, sparkling snow and holiday mood all combine to make winter a wonderful season in which to wed. Here are some ideas to help you plan a spectacular winter wedding:

Theme

Choosing a theme makes planning your wedding easier. With a theme, it’s simple to choose colors and coordinate everything from your attire to the decorations. Examples of winter wedding themes include Christmas, Snowflake, and Winter Wonderland.

For a Christmas themed wedding, your color scheme would of course include red and green. A snowflake theme would of course feature lots of crystal snowflakes. For a Winter Wonderland theme, you could go for either frosty shades of white and silver or deep jewel tones like sapphire, ruby or emerald.

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