Summer to Autumn

Transition: From Summer to Autumn

We don’t want to be the bearer of bad news but Summer is well and truly gone, well the weather is still amazing but we are today, officially in Autumn. Here is what you need to know in the beauty department

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Transition: From Summer to Autumn

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We don’t want to be the bearer of bad news but Summer is well and truly gone, well the weather is still amazing but we are today, officially in Autumn.

Here is what you need to know in the beauty department:
Autumn calls for rich burgundies and matte metallics.

Enhance just one feature: Eyes, skin or lips (we vote the lips)
If you do choose to enhance the eyes apply the lip with bright hues like red and yellow, wear it almost like an accessory!

The no make-up look/clean minimal look is still in! Read a how to HERE
You can always add a richer flush of pink to the cheeks for the extra “rosy” look.

We’ve also noticed the 90’s creeping in, we told them they’re not welcome here but they insisted we introduce them… Bold blue and glitter! If you choose to participate in the glitter trend, this blog is a MUST READ

No matter what look you go for the overarching message is fierce and powerful female!

Key skin needs for the transition:
The cooler temps will mean you need a richer skin routine to ensure skin is adequately moisturised from head to toe.
You may need to transition from a gel cleansing to a creamier formula.
Your skin will require a deeper hydration so switch out your light weight creams for something a little thicker! If you’re using the Dr Spiller, Royal Jelly Cream you may need to transition to the Dr Spiller, Propolis.

Remember, you still need to exfoliate! As the temp starts to drop and the skin gets drier it’s even more important to exfoliate. BUT don’t over exfoliate the skin, 2 to 3 times a week is more than enough. Be gentle on the face and a little firmer on the body!
Please stop using grocery store exfoliators, these are too harsh on the skin. We carry a range of exfoliators including the Dr Spiller, Jojoba Peeling Cream and the HydroPeptide, Exfoliating Cleanser.

Dr Spiller, Jojoba Peeling Cream: $68

HydroPeptide, Exfoliating Cleanser: $69

Scent? Switch out your fruity perfumes for spicier scent.
Hair? Curls! Big ones too!

We hope we’ve helped with the transition. We look forward to seeing your Autumn looks!

Interested in a skin or cosmetic consultation to make sure you’re on the right track for the season? Call your nearest clinic for an appointment: 
Bondi Junction: 02 9386 4411
Bondi Beach: 02 8897 0077
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