Read on for some easy beauty and makeup tips to jump-start your beauty routine just in time for spring.
Winter skin may be lackluster (so many days spent hibernating) so for spring, give your complexion a beauty boost. Runways were awash with models sporting natural-looking skin with a gorgeous rosy glow. Take a cue from the catwalk and give your complexion a similar treatment. Go light with foundation (try tinted moisturizer instead) and concealer only where you need it. Then use a cream blush or cheek tint (which can be easily layered) to create a natural flush.
Give your go-to lipstick color a break by rocking statement lips instead. This spring is all about brighter pouts that get noticed. We saw lollipop-inspired hues at Jen Kao’s spring show – think coral, beachy brights with a high gloss finish. If brighter hues aren’t your thing, opt instead for deep crimson lips (spotted at Donna Karan), which make an equally stylish, rut-busting statement.
One of the easiest ways to have more fun with your look is to paint your nails in an eye-catching hue or interesting pattern. Tribal prints, inverted French manicures, sparkles and bold nail polish colors were just a few of the runway-inspired spring trends to try. We suggest yellow (a big spring color trend), classic red, girly pink or something metallic as a way to spice up your spring style without trying too hard.
We saw intriguing eye color on some spring runways, including peepers that popped at Phillip Lim. Models stunned in a smart swipe of bold eye color from the inner corners all the way out for an almost cat-like effect.
If you’re used to neutral or earthy tones, this spring, shake things up with a blue, green or plum. We were also inspired by the blue smoky eyes we saw at Rodarte, a fun twist on the traditional look perfect for brightening up your eye makeup this spring.
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