2015 Spring-Summer Makeup Trends

Here are 5 gorgeous 2015 Spring-Summer makeup trends that everyone should try!
Natural Beauty:

This classic look is always best paired with groomed brows, healthy glowing skin and a touch of pink on the cheeks. For fresh looking skin, try mixing foundation with your favorite facial moisturizing cream in order to create your own tinted moisturizer!

Edgy Liner

Playful liner looks are dominating the runway, from simple elegant black eyeliner looks to full on retro 1960’s twiggy inspired looks. Make your liner more playful this spring by adding a winged tip to the end, or try going for a smoldering look by adding smudgy dark liner to the bottom lash line.

Pastel Eyes:

Soft and pretty pastel eyes in lavender, blue, rose and mint green are very popular this season. When creating this look try to be playful. Create pastel colored winged eyeliner, or apply one pastel shade across the eyelid and pop it with mascara. Apply concealer or white eyeliner on the eyelid first, before applying the pastel shadow in order to make the pastel color stronger.

Bold Lips.

This is always a favorite for spring and summer seasons. Popular colors this season are bright pink, cherry red, wine red, coral and orange-reds. Remember that a bold lipstick looks best when paired with a fresh natural skin look and a pop of mascara. To help find the perfect spring summer lipstick, head to the beauty library and check out these guides to find the perfect red lipstick for your skin tone here.

Brown Eyes.
magnificent portrait of  young woman with perfect skin

This is a beautiful look that is so versatile it looks good with any outfit. To recreate this look just simply choose a favorite shade of light brown eye shadow and create a halo eye look, or add brown shadow on the eyelid till just above the crease. Pair this look with dewy skin, rosy cheeks and pale pink lips!

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