We all love the spring and summer seasons for its weather, where it is cool and breezy and yet warm enough for us to feel a sense of fuzziness when we step out of the house. Of course, we also welcome them for giving us the chance to wear that neutral sheer top that is perfect for a romantic date. But what is most essential to making women look good during these seasons? Yes, it is the launch of Spring Summer Makeup trends.
Tip # 1: Let's play around with eye-popping shades of blue and pink matched with bold eyeliners. Remember to offset the strong emphasis on eyes with peachy or nude lips.
Tip # 2: For the daring, try the updated version of the classic red lipstick: The orange-red. These up-and-coming shades often come with speckles of golden-brown that complement those with medium-toned skin. Just line your eyes with the classic black eyeliner and you're good to go!
Tips # 3: Now, who said that for eyeliners, you would have to stick to one color? Push that boundary and mix it up! Have a darker color on the upper lash line and a more subtle and lighter color on the lower. Try Dark Purple with Pink. Or how about Olive-green and turquoise blue for a spring, floral look?
Tip # 4: Like the background of a painting, the complexion and cheeks are equally important in priming the facial canvas. Dewy complexion is hot this season. Take a leaf from the run-ways, with Gucci, Burberry and Chloe who chose barely-there makeup to show off their bold-colored collections. Don't leave out the primer as a base before applying the foundation. Next, hide all those evidence of late-nights with a under-eye concealer. Lastly, apply a natural blush on the apples of your cheeks. That's it!
The underlying tip is to remember the inverse-rule relationship, when one facial feature is emphasized, downplay the other. You don't want to look like a flashback from the 80s. Now, go ahead and let yourself loose with these summer tips!
Secret Tip: Don't leave out the nails! Match those pretty colors with equally exciting colors such as hot pink and deep purple.