Whether you like it or not, fall is here. With it comes dryer weather and cooler temps -- two things that wreak havoc on our beauty regimes.

To cope with the transition from summer to fall, we want to know: what are some of the #BestBeauty tips you've ever received? How do you keep your skin moisturized when the mercury dips? Is there a specific trick you have to ensure your locks don't fray in frigid temps?

Send us an email to CanadaStyle@huffingtonpost.com or tweet @HuffPostCaStyle with the hashtag #BestBeauty.

We'll compile all of the responses we get and share the best ones with you next week.

Related on The Huffington Post Canada: Beauty trends for 2012

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  • BB Creams

    <a href="http://www.dailyglow.com/skin-care-tips/what-is-bb-cream.html" target="_hplink">BB creams</a> -- the BB is short for "blemish balm", "beauty balm", or "beblesh balm" -- are already a huge hit across the pacific where celebrities and everyday women swear by them. Now, slowly but surely they're making their way to Canada -- MAC, Clinique and Garnier have launched brands in the UK and USA so expect to see them here soon. Developed in the 1960s by a German dermatologist, BB creams are a time-saving all-in-one product that moisturize, protect, soothe and nourish your skin while providing a sheer finish and covering up your blemishes and fine lines.

  • 'Wet' Hair

    Wet hair is a look most of us try to avoid, but not any more. The "fresh from the shower, didn't have time for a blow-dry" look is <a href="http://www.harpersbazaar.com/beauty/hair-articles/spring-2012-hair-trends#slide-1" target="_hplink">dominating runway models at shows like Alberta Ferretti and Elie Saab</a>, says Harper's Bazaar. The look can be both innocently wavy or intensely glamorous when slicked back into a sleek style. Best of all? This look is super easy to do. Just add some oil to your roots --  Moroccan Oil is a popular choice -- and you're done!

  • Big Eyebrows

    Once upon a time, a girl could spend hours creating perfectly groomed, pencil-thin eyebrows. Those days are gone with the new-found popularity of bushy, natural-looking eyebrows. In fact, the more dishevelled the better -- some runway models even brush their eyebrows up to make them look as bold as possible. <a href="http://www.style.com/" target="_hplink">"Boyish and bushy" is the look to aim for according to Style.com</a> with models at Proenza Schouler and Theyskens' Theory shows showing off their brows in all their unplucked glory.

  • Fancy Nails... Really Fancy Nails

    Say goodbye to simple and boring neutral nail polish -- these days, it's all about making a statement with your nails.<a href="http://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/beauty-and-hair/hair-trends/2011/09/spring-summer-2012-hair-hairstyles-beauty-trends#!image-number=25" target="_hplink"> Artistic statement nails like the ones shown off in Glamour</a> are not just hard to put on, they can be a maintenance nightmare, but the numerous women who love them will all tell you it's all worth it. For an even more dramatic look, try a <a href="http://www.beautyriot.com/makeup-beauty/9-new-nail-things-try-g7601-page2" target="_hplink">textured nail</a>.

  • The Minimalist Look

    If some of these high-maintenance beauty trends sound like a nightmare, don't fret -- going low maintenance is also very "in." <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2011/10/24/toronto-fashion-week-beauty_n_1028275.html" target="_hplink">Minimalist make-up was a big hit at Toronto Fashion Week this year</a>, with the "less is more" mentality dominating the runway. In fact, models at Carolina Herrera and Missoni shows weren't even wearing mascara. Mascara free! You'd be hard-pressed to find a mascara-free woman at the grocery store, let alone on a runway.

  • Ponytails

    They were your go-to hairstyle when you were 10, and they're back! <a href="http://www.vogue.co.uk/galleries/3060" target="_hplink">Sleek and sophisticated pony tails</a> are becoming the favourite updo of designers like Louis Vuitton and Burberry. Glam up your regular ponytail by adding an elegant bow or headband and voila! You've found an easy-yet-stylish look that's suitable for a day at the office or a night on the town.

  • Cat Eyes

    Dramatic eyeliner may be less than simple to put on, but get used to it -- <a href="http://www.mamamia.com.au/style/a-cheat-sheet-to-the-big-beauty-trends-of-2012/" target="_hplink">the sleek and sexy cat-eye look is "in" in a big way</a>. You can blame this trend on the gorgeous retro-glam lids of Adele and Betty Draper, but don't hold that grudge for too long -- once you've tried this look, you'll have a hard time going back. It's just so elegant and classic!

  • Tangerine

    We're not talking the fruit here -- Tangerine is a colour that's adding some flair runways across the the world. This bright hue is taking over shoes, glasses, coats, make-up and even nail polish as it starts to dominate wardrobes everywhere. <a href="http://www.stylelist.com/2011/12/08/pantone-tangerine-tango_n_1137443.html#s529379&title=Essie_Nail_Polish" target="_hplink">Stylist named it the "Colour of the Week" in early December</a>, and why not? Tangerine -- and sibling colours like corral, mandarin and red-orange -- have the ability to make anyone feel happier, sexier and more confident.

  • Online Tutorials

    Let's face it, many of us don't have the time or money to use hair dressers, make-up artists and stylists on even an occasional basis. But we don't need to -- sites like <a href="http://pinterest.com/" target="_hplink">Pinterest</a> are teeming with easy online hair and make-up tutorials from experts like <a href="http://www.lisaeldridge.com/" target="_hplink">Lisa Eldridge</a> and even celebs like Lauren Conrad. You can find out how to create those perfect soft waves or smokey eyes in a matter of minutes, and you can easily find outfit tips and ideas to suit any occasion.

  • Au Naturel

    The whole world is going green and while the big cosmetic brands are working to follow suit, <a href="http://www.dailymakeover.com/blogs/beauty-trends-and-news/cosmoprof-beauty-trends-2012-hairstyles-makeup-nails-hair-color.html?slideid=2" target="_hplink">they're now competing with smaller "green" brands</a> who've already nailed down the art of making beauty products from natural ingredients from the earth. Labels like Origins. Tom's of Maine and Love + Toast are selling quickly, and more are appearing on the market every day, and there's been a recent surge in the 'luxury' green brand that offers premium-quality product made naturally. On the flipside, people are more willing than ever to <a href="http://shine.yahoo.com/makeover/diy-beauty-treatments-you-can-make-in-your-own-kitchen-1263801.html" target="_hplink">create their own DIY beauty products</a> -- bath salts, hair treatments and face masks are being concocted out of stuff you'd find in your kitchen.