Sundance 2011: Beauty to Combat Cold Weather
I just landed in snowy Park City for my third Sundance Film Festival, and while I'm looking forward to seeing dozens of movies, I'm just as excited that, for the first time, I've finally perfected my Sundance beauty and style strategy.
After years of trial and error, I've learned that my waterproof Sorel boots are a much wiser (and warmer!) choice than the brown leather riding boots that fell victim to the slush and salt last year.
I also know the cold weather does a number on my skin, so I stock up on plenty of nourishing creams in travel-friendly sizes. Jo Malone Vitamin E Lip Conditioner and CellCeuticals CerActive Active Moisture + Barrier Repair Skin Treatment are two products on my must list.
I've brought along Kiehl's Lip Gloss in Golden Berry to act as my all-in-one makeup kit—after a day of watching films, I dab a little on my lips, eyelids and cheeks for an instant touch-up before heading out for the night.
Despite the chill in the air, the sun is strong here, so I slathered my face with Anastasia Sheer Moisture Creme as soon as I stepped off the plane (it's an SPF 30 plus it's not smelly or greasy) and will continue to reapply all week. The only beauty product I lack at Sundance is sleep …
Products from left to right: Vitamin E Lip Conditioner, Jo Malone $20; jomalone.com. CerActive Active Moisture Barrier + Repair Skin Treatment, CellCeuticals, $47.50; cellceuticals.com. Lip Gloss in Golden Berry, Kiehl's, $14.50; kiehls.com.