3 Spring Makeup Trends to Watch Out For

By Cosmetic Surgery of NY
March 15, 2017

Makeup TrendsA new season means new clothes, new hair, new shoes, and yes, you guessed it, new makeup. As one of the fastest and easiest ways to completely transform your look, makeup is a girl's best friend (next to diamonds of course). With spring popping up before we know it, we’ve decided to highlight three spring makeup trends that you should consider dabbling in this season. From minimalist eye makeup to pastel lip shades, Cosmetic Surgery of NY has got you covered. Read on to learn more about these trends.

Minimalist Eye Makeup

This spring, the easiest thing to know about trends in eye makeup it’s that less is more. Although eyeshadows in bright hues like gold and orange may not be going anywhere, you’re safe to leave the eyeliner and even the mascara at home. Yes, this trend may be daring for women who are obsessed with a lot of eye makeup, but this clean look will make you look on point all season long.

Dewy Cheeks

Luckily, the look of a healthy glow isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. To help give you those dewy cheeks without you having to sweat in the sun all afternoon, grab a gold-flecked highlighter stick and use it to contour your cheeks. Apply the highlighter directly to your skin after you have applied foundation and blush. Then top it off with a nice subtle bronzing powder.

Pastel Lips

As a trend that took fashion week by storm, pastel lips may not be something that you can necessarily wear to work. However, by wearing shades like baby blue and lavender, you are sure to make a statement while you’re out on the town with friends or hanging out on the weekend.

Wearing the latest spring makeup trends will make you look and feel more alive. If you would like to learn more skin related techniques or if you would like to schedule a consultation, contact Cosmetic Surgery of NY.

 

 

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