10 Things to Do During Winter to Prep For Summer-SliderPhoto


9. Refresh your makeup.
A spring in your step…a svelte summer dress…a stye on your eye? An eye infection is no way to start the warm season. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s website, “The shelf life for eye-area cosmetics is more limited than for other products,” and the agency recommends replacing mascara three months after purchase. (Read the FDA’s Cosmetics Q&A for more information.) Take a few minutes to clean out your makeup cabinet, tossing anything that looks or smells weird—or that you know is getting old—and buy a few essential new items for the summer (make sure any skin products include SPF of—again—at least 15). Then, perfect your makeup routine!