With Spring quickly approaching, we’ve turned to the runways to forecast this seasons makeup trends. Hold tight to your champagne highlighters and pastel shades— some trends are meant to last for a reason.
Spring gives us the urge to try new colours and products. Scroll below to see the trending products you need to get your hands on!
One lip colour shade is just not enough. High shine lip products to layer over your lipstick give you a holographic look that is to drool for. Transform your lips with a shade-shifting product that can be bought from makeup brands including Barry M, Laura Geller, and Urban Decay.
“If you can’t see my highlighter from space, I’m not wearing enough!”
Colour correcting is the latest trend in the makeup industry. It is a technique of using colourful primer and concealers to correct your skin tone while giving you a natural look. Most people use this under the eyes to get rid of dark circles.
“Color correcting helps to achieve a balance in skin tone and evens out the overall complexion,” says Marc Jacobs Beauty global makeup artist Gilbert Soliz. “Using [these products] will decrease the amount of concealer and foundation used to cover flaws.” – Vanity Fair Magazine
INTO THE BLUE
Have fun with makeup this season and try bold, mood-lifting shades of blue. There are multiple ways for you to achieve a bright eye look using blue eyeliner!
LIP BALM OVER LIPSTICKS
Not a fan of wearing lipsticks? Substitute your lipsticks for the return of specialist lip balms this Spring. Cosmetic brands such as L’Oreal, Dior and Bobbi Brown have released glitter infused balms that can be worn alone or over a nude lip colour to enhance the colour and shine of the balm!
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