August 30 2014

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Pre-Fall Treatment Tips From The Pros


As temperatures in Manhattan hover around a cool 60 degrees (and our over-air-conditioned office continues to resemble the deep Arctic), we can almost feel our tan fading—a sure sign that the seasonal beauty transition is soon to be upon us. Dermatologist-to-the-stars Dr. David Colbert touched on the topic here last week, recommending Fraxel laser treatments, microdermabrasion, and gentle cleansers to help minimize and reverse the physical effects of sun damage, but we’ve gone one step further and solicited a few of our favorite experts in all things skin, makeup, and hair to reveal their tips for easing your way out of summer and into a beautiful fall.

Who: Tammy Fender, aesthetician and founder of Tammy Fender Holistic Skincare

What: Slough-off summer’s dead skin

How: “As the intensity of the sun and heat come to an end, this is the perfect time to begin some form of intensive exfoliation before the drying harshness of winter sets in. It’s a wonderful way of removing the build-up of sunscreen, evening out skin tone, and refreshing the complexion to ultimately promote cell renewal. This process allows the skin to breathe more efficiently and allows for deeper absorption of the coming season’s rich moisturizers.”

Try It: Tammy Fender Epi Peel, $80,

Who: Kate Lee, celebrity makeup artist

What: Go matte with your moisturizer

How: “Pre-fall is a time to start letting your tan gradually fade, and to pay attention to the texture of your skin. The Fall collections featured a lot of matte complexions, and to pull this off, you need clear, well-moisturized skin. Once you’re done with your usual skincare regimen, apply a layer of lightweight serum. Recently, I’ve also been reaching for matte foundations requiring little to no powder, or a mattifying gel/creme that I’ll use in place of powder. Simply apply a small amount to a sponge and dab in the areas you are prone to shine, either before makeup or after.”

Try It: Chanel Hydramax + Active Serum, $82,; Shiseido for Men Anti-Shine Refresher, $33,

Who: Oribe, celebrity hairstylist and founder of Oribe Hair Care

What: Replenish weather-worn hair

How: “An intensive treatment mask is a must as we transition from summer to fall. I would recommend using one at least once or twice a week to repair damage from the sun and chlorine. It will moisturize, add shine. In the fall it’s all about hair with beautiful texture and great luster.”

Try It: Oribe Signature Moisture Masque, $59,

Photo: Getty Images



  1. _Abby29 says:

    I really think this list is fantastic, but I think some of us more bourgeois readers would appreciate similar products in our price range included on lists like these. You can include the high-end products that we certainly aspire to purchase, but please endorse similar products in a more friendly price range.
    Thank you.

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