Best Beauty Tips From the Spring Runways
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on March 2, 2013
Today we’re going to give you five fabulous beauty tips from the spring runways. This season is all about bold statements in makeup. From bright liner to graphic designs, the crazier you go the more props you’ll get. Check out what you should be doing this spring to stay on trend in the beauty department below.
Tip #1 – Frame your eyes with color. There is nothing sexier than bright eyes. Create this look using a bold color eye pencil or a vibrant eyeshadow to really make your eyes pop.
Tip #2 – Amplify any look with loose glitter. Feel free to go over the top this season. Glitter on your eyes, glitter in your hair, glitter everywhere. You can’t go wrong with glitter this season. This trend is fun for a night out on the town or a sizzling hot day at the beach, either way you’ll sparkle.
Tip #3 – Make a graphic statement. This is a chance for you to show off your artistic side. Rather it’s pearls on your face or diamonds on your eyebrows or wild patterns on your nails, it’s all fair game as far as we’re concerned.
Tip #4 – Contrast your lip color – Which ever color you choose for your lips, make sure it’s not too matchy matchy with the rest of your makeup. Orange, hot pinks and burgundy are the most popular colors this season.
Tip #5 – When in doubt…smoke the eye. The smoked eye is a classic makeup trend that works for day looks and night looks. If you’re not sure bright colors on your eyes are the way to go, rely on a nice classic smoky eye and you’ll be right on trend.
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