Make a transition to spring makeup with pastel shades, having a big comeback this year. Mono-pastel look has never looked so good, especially if you match it with the color of the year - ultra violet. Tips and tricks to wear the IT color of the year find this post.
If you want a somewhat subtle shade that is close to the skin tone, choose the peach tone shades that are easy to wear on your eyes and lips. Pair up with nail polish to avoid excessive domination of one color. Make the cheeks stand out with subtle natural blush that perfectly matches the natural shade of your face when you work out.
No make-up make-up look does not know seasons or trend. What a "no make-up look" highlights is natural beauty. For this look it's necessary to match a few key products like concealers and soft focus and light liquid foundations. How to choose the right shade? Read up on best techniques on foundation matching in this post.
In addition to the looks we often see on fashion weeks, there are numerous Asian trends that emphasize the natural beauty and youthful look. I'm a big fan of juicy lips, slightly tapped in lipstick and (neatly) smeared lipstick. It looks great when the lip fullness is further emphasized by clear lip gloss.
Excessive contouring is out so emphasizing with illuminating products is the way to go. Go all out with highlighters that match your skin tone, this way you will achieve a "glow inside" look. If you have a warm undertone, choose shades of champagne and warmer golden colors, and if you have cold undertones, choose pink or silver highlighters.
True summer vibe comes with pastel azure, turquoise colors that remind us of the most beautiful sea, the sun bathing beach and the cocktails in the shade. Turquoise shades are the easiest to wear in the form of eye pencils, applied just to the rim of lower or upper eyelashes, then blended to the outside of the eye. Top off with jet black eyelashes.