Just because it’s the spookiest time of the year doesn’t mean all your soothing skincare rituals go out the window. Whether you’re planning a night inside watching throwback Halloween movies with a bowl of candy to yourself or going all out on a costume complete with full makeup, here are some ways we can help keep your skin hydrated and protected throughout All Hallow’s Eve.
Prep skin beforehand
If you’ve been brushing up on your Halloween makeup YouTube tutorials and have your paint brushes out, you’re going to want to make sure your skin is hydrated and smooth before going all art project on your face. Spritz your face, neck, and anywhere makeup will be applied with Rosewater Facial Mist so makeup will go on easily. Better to scare them with, my dear.
Cleanse skin of evil spirits
We’re talking that little voice that tells you to go to bed without taking your makeup off. Make sure to double cleanse - start with out Aura Glow Cleanser and end with our Rosewater Cleanser to get rid of every speck of makeup, glitter, fake blood...all of it. Because we take our makeup off before we go to bed...every single night.
Get the good vibes back
Before your head hits the pillow, in case you got the Ouija board out, cleanse the space with Aura Smudge, a smokeless alternative to a sage stick traditionally used to purify an area, to rid the room of any spirits you may have invited into your house. We’re not saying we totally believe in ghosts, but...why risk it?
Light as a feather…
Pat on our lightweight Rose Oil as the last step before bed after Halloween. It’s packed with hydrating ingredients like Squalane and Rosehip Seed Oil to give your face an extra dose of nourishment after all that look.
A different kind of mask
You wake up (you’re so happy you took your makeup off), but your hair is feeling dry and tangled from a wig, spray paint, or...yep, more glitter. Treat your hair to a Castor Oil hair mask to get some of those good nutrients back into your strands so you’re not looking like the wife of Frankenstein when Halloween’s over.