Spring Beauty Trends 2017
What’s trending for the season in 2017? Lots of color as well as an emphasis on glowing skin. Click the images to shop the latest trends!
The Bold Lip– Spring is the time to experiment with bold colors. The flowers are blooming this season and the world is full of color. Try a bright fuchsia or red to refresh things up this season.
Glossy Skin– Now before you tell me about looking like a grease ball, the look is very doable and gives you a healthy glow to your skin. Take some aloe and apply it to your skin on top of your foundation for purified skin. And if looking glossy still isn’t your thing, liquid highlighter can do wonders.
Blush … Lots of it– Create a natural flushed look by applying blush to your cheeks upwards at an angle.
Draping– Building off the blush trend, mix colors and shades to create a natural shadow more natural than contouring for an 80’s inspired look. The idea is to take a darker shade to chisel your face and using a lighter color to buff it out. The look will you give you an airbrushed look that further defines your features.
Eyeshadow Wing– For a softer wing, dampen an angled eyeliner brush and do your regular wing. It’s your time to experiment with greens, pinks, and blues! Look for palettes with bold colors to try out different options.
Glossy Lids– Apply a highlighter to the center of your eyelid or a glossy or apply a balm for a nice, natural sheen.
Live Without Eyeliner-A lot of looks from Spring Fashion Week featured models with colored blended eyeshadow and minimal to no eyeliner. Having just eyeshadow creates a pop of color and an innocent look. Or rock a darker eyeshadow for an edgier look.
Glitter– Glitter is making a comeback, and this time it’s not only on the eyes. Runway artist, Pat McGrath has created new trends out of glitter on lips. Wear this look by applying glitter with some lip balm for a twist on a natural lip.
Half and Half– Mix contrasting eyeshadows in one eye look by adding one color toward the inner corner of the eye and the other toward the outer corner of the eye leaving out the middle of the eye. Then take a neutral, shimmery shade and seamlessly blend the shadows.
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