Winter weather does a number on our beauty. The cold, dry air, literally zapped of all moisture causes dark circles due to lack of sleep, dry skin, hair static, red eyes, brittle hair, and those oh-so-embarrassing moments when your skirt remains stuck to your pantyhose.
Learn how to deal with the eight travesties of winter weather like a beauty pro…
1. Dark Under Eye Circles
According to a British study this week, winter can age our eyes by about 5 years. But we hardly need a bunch of scientists to remind us how haggard we look and feel in winter. You can start by thanking those dark circles under your eyes, which appear even darker and puffier in colder months due to lack of sunlight, paler skin, and reduced exposure to vitamin D (sunlight).