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The secret to looking good, whatever the weather, is choosing the right products.
Here are our top tips for a flawless presentation, rain or shine, wet or dry.

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Freezing rain

Freezing Rain

A downpour doesn't have to dampen the mood. Avoid drippy streaks with Mascara Terrybly Waterproof (By Terry and complete the look with a Long Lasting Lipstick (Sisley to ensure that the colour sticks even in high humidity.

Your hair will behave with a good spritz of either Frizz Control (Moroccanoil or Soft Spray (Paul Mitchell. And to keep your spirits up, scent yourself with Clean Rain Eau De Parfum (Clean for a burst of florals that will cut through the gloom.

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Blazing Sun

There's no hiding from scorching UV rays. So remember to prep skin with Stay In Place Concealer SPF35 (Estee Lauder and Air Serum Foundation SPF25 (Christian Dior to ensure that makeup won't melt off your face. For a midday pick-me-up, pat on Cooling Eye Gel (Clinique.

Rosewater Balancing Mist (Jurlique is heaven in a bottle after a blistering day. Spritz over After Sun Repair (Dermalogica for instant refreshment.

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Searing dryness

Searing Dryness

When the air sucks you dry, it's time to give your skin an emergency infusion. First, lock in the moisture with Fluid Master Primer (Giorgio Armani. Then, switch out your foundation for Superdefense CC Cream (Clinique or Hydrating BB Cream (Shiseido.

For a flush of colour, go crème instead of powder with Cream Blush (Jane Iredale. And when it's time for bed, slap on Water Sleeping Pack (Laneige to boost hydration for the coming day.

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City Smog

City slickers, don't let the grit and grime get to you! Keep your skin squeaky-clean with Anti-Pollution Cleansing Milk (Clarins or Deep Cleansing Purifying Gel (Vichy. To get the deep-cleaning treatment, squeeze in some quality time with Active Charcoal Mask (Origins to clear pores and banish grease.

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Freezing Rain


Blazing Sun


Searing Dryness


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