Embracing the “I’m Cold” Makeup Trend and How to Achieve The Look

As the winter season gets colder and colder, “I’m cold” makeup has gained much attention. The "I'm Cold" makeup trend is all about embracing the cool tones and frosty vibes that winter brings. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the key elements of this makeup look and how you can achieve it!


Shimmery Eyes

The eyes are the focal point of the “I’m Cold” makeup look. Experiment with cool-toned shimmery, glowy eyeshadows or pigments in shades like frosty blue, icy whites, and silver grays. Some products we’ve been loving that can be used to achieve this are the MAC Dazzleshadow liquid in the shade Not Afraid to Sparkle, the Fenty Diamond Bomb in the shade How Many Carats, and the Colourpop Super Shock Shadow in the shade Ice Dream


Frosted Cheeks

Bring the winter chill to your cheeks by applying blush all over the apples of your cheeks as well as your nose. Choose blush shades in soft pinks or dusty rose tones to achieve a natural flush reminiscent of a winter blush. We love using the Rare Beauty Soft Pinch Liquid Blush in the shade Happy or the Dior blush in 001 pink for this step!

Frosty Lips

Complete your "I'm Cold" makeup look with lips that harmonize with the shimmering eyes and pinky blush. Opt for lip colors in cool-toned pinks, mauves, or even a subtle nude to maintain the winter theme. Consider using lip gloss with a hint of shimmer for added luminosity and dimension. The goal is to achieve a cohesive and polished look that ties together the shimmering elements of your makeup. The Dior Addict Lip Glow Oil in the shade 001 pink and the Benetint Liquid Lip Blush and Cheek Tint are perfect for this final step! 

The "I'm Cold" makeup trend with shimmery eyes and rosy blush invites you to embrace the enchanting beauty of winter. It provides a creative and fun way to incorporate the beauty of the winter season into your everyday look. So, bundle up, grab your makeup brushes, and let the "I'm Cold" makeup trend inspire your winter beauty journey. 




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