Blue eye is making a come back but in a more carefree and playful way than the very defined shape of the 70's. Apply with your fingers and blend outwards.To make lighter pastel shades really pop, apply an eyeshadow primer and then a light concealer shade over your lid before applying the shadow.
Everyone can pull of peach makeup and it is a great colour for trying out the monochromatic makeup trend. Peach brings light and warmth and matches every undertone. It is also the perfect colour to try out "Draping", an alternative to contouring. Draping is using blush to chisel your cheekbones.
For someone with chronically dry skin highlighters and strobing is a blessing. Thankfully highlighters and glowy skin doesn't seem to be going anywhere this spring. To achieve beautiful skin like @jasminemetivier use a fan brush and apply your favourite highlighter on your cheekbones, brow bones, cupids bow and tip of your nose.
Brushed Up Brows
All over the runways this spring, models were having their enviably thick brows brushed and gelled up. Whether you are a bare face or cake face kind of girl or guy, wild and natural brows are a great trend to embrace. They are relatively easy to do with a brow brush and some brow gel and give a more youthful appearance to your face and draw attention to your eyes.
After living in the dark for the last six months adding a bit of sunshine to my lids is definitely a trend I plan to embrace. This shade is so versatile it looks stunning as a halo eye look, a cut crease look, liner or a pop of colour on the inner corners of your eye.
As winter melts away so do dark matte lips (at least until fall or my next Anastasia Beverly Hills splurge) and in come glossy pinky and cherry lips. Spring is about romance and growth so embrace the just kissed look with some glossy cherry lips or celebrate cherry trees and flowers.