Let’s talk designer fashion. Ski season will be in full swing before you know it and it will be time to lace up your boots, throw on some beautiful threads, and showcase your style. Skiing is not only fun, but also a chance for you to look magnificent.

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Here are six beauty and fashion tips that will get you through this winter wonderland season.

Waterproof in the Snow

Whatever you wear, from make-up to outerwear, it is bound to get wet in some way. Finding waterproof makeup such as mascara and eyeliner will help prevent racoon eyes at the end of your day. Minimal make-up is best for maintaining your look all day long. Let the snow give you a natural rosy glow, but don’t forget the lip balm. Chapped lips are no fun for anyone.

Figure-Flattering Outfits

Your priorities should be keeping warm, staying water resistant, and being comfortable. However, we all want to look our best on lifts and runs. Making sure you feel adorable is also high on your list of expectations, especially if you are keen on fashion and designer furs.

An adorable tailored jacket that has a cinch at the waste will help keep the warmth in. Pair it with some Goldbergh ski pants that accentuate your curves for a perfect “snow bunny” suit. Losing your balance may be inevitable, but you will rock those curves on every fall.

Top it all off with a Kaja softshell hooded jacket for a great addition to any snow wardrobe. It is incredibly fashionable and will keep you toasty all day long.

Must-have Accessories

No outfit is complete without some accessories. Pick a pair of gloves that speak to you and also coordinate with your outfit and your snow goggles. Don’t be afraid to experiment with wearing bright colors and choose fur-lined gloves for extra glamorous warmth.

For that extra touch, match all of your accessories to your skis or a new trendy snowboard. You’ll be stylish from head to toe with all of these special touches.

Not Your Grandma’s Lip Balm

Everyone knows that lip balm is a necessary component of your makeup bag on the slopes. You need a lip balm that can withstand the freezing temperatures all day. Ditch the Chapstick or the Carmex. They won’t cut it.

Opt instead for something that won’t leave a white frosty mess all over your lips. Look for something tinted that has at least SPF 15 so you’ll have the UV protection you need while still looking fabulous. Apply it often, and be brave. Grab that bold red and go.

Keep It Up

While wind-tousled long curls are beautiful in the summer, now is not the time to try out a new hairdo. Keeping your hair out of your face will ensure your safety and keep it from getting tangled up in an impossible nest. Secure it in a low ponytail or a traditional braid before putting your helmet on and cruising down the hill.

Keep these tricks handy for when hitting the slopes this year and you’ll look gorgeous from morning to night.