Your Surrey Wedding- December 2021/January 2022 (Issue 92)

ICE QUEEN How can I incorporate our winter theme into my hair and make-up? Two options spring to mind. Use russet, gold and deep red on your eyes and lips finished with a red velvet cape. Alternatively, for a complete contrast, you could opt for ice whites and blues. Frosty hues on your eyes topped with a white velvet cape is a fun way to create a snowy princess-inspired look. Linda Leonard Hair and make-up artist BABY, IT’S COLD OUTSIDE I have an outdoor job, and my skin really suffers in the winter. How can I repair the ravages of the cold and wind in time for my spring wedding? Skin gets dry in the winter because it’s more likely to lose moisture in the cold air. The environment zaps moisture from the skin, leaving it flaky, sensitive and it can be tight and itchy as well. The elements interfere with the skin’s tolerance and upset its hydrophilic film. Reinforce its natural deferences by visiting a skincare clinic for facials to replenish moisture, vitamins and antioxidants. A good home remedy would be a nourishing sheet mask once a week in between any facials. Invest in a rich night oil to use under your face creams. My alltime favourite is Clarins Blue Orchid Face Treatment Oil. It sinks in beautifully, smells heavingly and doesn’t leave any oily residue. Amy Lacey Hair and make-up artist Q&A Beauty Local experts offer advice on how to look your big-day best 90