New Beauty Products To Add To Your Arctic Blast Survival Kit

Our primary style focus during the winter months is all about wearing enough layers to keep warm without looking like a stuffed animal. Perfecting our hair and makeup, on the other hand, typically falls to the bottom of the list. When the weather is this bone-chilling cold, the freezing elements make it difficult to care about anything more than combating static and applying ChapStick.

Thankfully, there are some exciting new beauty products that fix common winter beauty problems like a dull complexion and frizzy hat hair. Plus, we've found a few makeup bag staples that are sure to help brighten up your look on a gloomy day.

You can never be too prepared, so we suggest updating your arctic blast survival kit with these products STAT!

The latest version of this cult classic has a lighter formula, yet the moisturizer is packed with ingredients like hyaluronic acid and Asian fruit and prickly pear extracts to penetrate deep into the skin and restore hydration. Philosophy Renewed Hope In a Jar, $47
Free of artificial colors, fragrances and other skin-irritating additives, this gel facial cleanser exfoliates without aggravating your skin and relies on a botanical blend, including sage, rosemary and witch hazel, to brighten and soften. Jurlique Clarifying Deep Cleansing Gel, $28
Bacne and breakouts where the sun doesn't shine may encourage you to ignore the issue. But you can tackle blemishes with this affordable and effective body wash that's rich in lycopene, a potent antioxidant that unclogs pores and reduces oil build-up. Yes to Tomatoes Acne Fighting Body Wash, $8.99
We may not be able to afford an appointment at celebrity hairstylist Ken Paves' salon, but at least we can recreate red carpet-worthy looks with his affordable new hair line. This frizz-fighting and shine-enhancing conditioner is a must during the winter months. Ken Paves You Are Beautiful Smoothing Conditioner, $14.98
For those of us who just can't deal with hairy legs even if they're concealed by thick black tights, Gillette has made it even easier for us to get super smooth skin with a new five-blade razor that's set on a "flexiball" to glide effortlessly around knees and ankles. Gillette Venus Swirl Razor, $7.94
Are you sick and tired of being asked if you're "sick and tired" because your skin looks pale? Apply just a few drops of this bronzer-and-blush duo to your face, and we bet folks will be wondering where you just vacationed. Perricone MD No Bronzer Bronzer & Blush Blush Duo, $60 (available January 17)
This new eye pencil lineup from cosmetics giant Estée Lauder features 16 news shades, ranging from rich jewel tones to shimmering metallics. Plus, the creamy pigment delivers rich color that's water-resistant. Estée Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Eye Pencil, $23
Let's keep it real: the body can develop musky odors underneath all those winter layers. We're not saying mask the stench with perfume. However, you can start your day off fresh by dabbing on this delicate scented perfume on your pressure points for a fragrant pick-me-up throughout the day. Diptyque Eau Plurielle Rose & Ivy, $90
If you're in need of a little something more than just your basic ChapStick, try smoothing on this tinted balm for a bold lip color that's not drying. Memebox I'm Lip Tint Balm, $7
During the winter months, your manicure is just as important. If not just for the maintenance and health of your nails, looking down at freshly painted nails always makes us feel better. MAC Studio Nail Lacquer in Fabulous Fete, $12
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