5 Lusty Après-Ski Beauty Buys

High-octane ski trips can be lots of fun, sure, but our favorite part? Pampering in the lodge! We've got winter beauty picks to help even the most indoorsy girl become a ski bunny.

NARS Loose Powder in "Snow"
NARS Loose Powder in
If you'd prefer to stay indoors rather than on the fresh powder, play with your own version of snow. This fine pick softens skin's texture and smooths out discoloration with a vitamin E enriched formula.

$35; amazon.com

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MOR Snow Gardenia Mini Hand Cream

MOR Snow Gardenia Mini Hand Cream
Ylang ylang and vanilla are warmed with sandalwood in this intoxicating pocket-sized pick. Use post- and pre-skiing, since the vitamin E prevents age-betraying photo-damage to your hands.

$12; bloom.com

Oribe Masque for Beautiful Color

Oribe Masque for Beautiful Color
Even if you're miles away (and at a way higher altitude) from your colorist, you can still treat your locks with this paraben- and sodium chloride-free deep conditioner. Watermelon extract protects hair against keratin deterioration and UV-damage.

$39; neimanmarcus.com

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Bobbi Brown Lip Color in "Slopes"
Bobbi Brown Lip Color in
No matter how chic the ski town, you're still amongst nature. Leave dramatic makeup at home and pack a single tube of natural, flattering lipstick.

$22; nordstrom.com

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Anastasia Highlighting Crème Duo in "Aspen"
Anastasia Highlighting Crème Duo in
Liquid shimmer and cream blush are used in tandem for a glow that looks straight off the black diamond run. An included dose of antioxidants comforts wind-whipped winter skin, too.

$26; amazon.com

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