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spring makeup looks to try this year

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Best Spring Makeup Looks You’ll Want to Try This Season

Posted by LiveGlam on Mar 22, 2022

We think it’s a universal fact that spring is one of the very best times of year. It’s fresher, brighter, more colorful, more hopeful! Embrace the joy and reflect it in your makeup looks. Hey, this could be the year you become best friends with pastels or finally discover that perfect pink lip. 

Here are our favorite spring makeup looks you must try this season. 

Neon Pink Eyes and Bare Glossy Lips

 

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What’s my reaction to a fresh, early Spring day? PINK! Yeah, yeah, I’m predictable…I accept that. The shade Ruby from the You’re a Gem Palette inspired this look I can’t get enough of that matte, hot hue.  

This look is perfect for weekend brunch, picnics, cocktails, and spring-has-sprung parties. 

How-to:

  • Lay down your go-to base. I like a medium coverage with glowy highlights for this look. 
  • Add a little light sculpting with a contour cream stick or neutral bronzer under the cheekbones and around the hairline. 
  • Pop a light wash of fresh pink blush onto the apples of the cheeks but keep it subtle.
  • Cover the lids with eyeshadow primer. 
  • Place a sheet of clean kitchen paper or a tissue under the eyes and angle toward the outer end of the brow. This will prevent fallout. 
  • Take a dense eyeshadow packing brush with Ruby (or another matte hot pink shadow).
  • Pack the color onto the lid and through the crease until opaque.
  • Add a little silver shimmer into the inner corner and brow bone.
  • Add black mascara and soft falsies.
  • Keep the lips bare but add a high-shine gloss. 

Intensified Blush 

 

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Blush isn’t just to add warmth, life, and dimension to the face. Blush can be a feature! Spring is a great season for adding watercolor-style shades across the cheekbones, apples, and temples. Tone down the eyes and lips and up the intensity on your cheek color. 

This look is perfect anytime, but I like it best for daytime jaunts. To make it a little more impactful for evening, add lashes and a little extra highlight. 

How-to:

  • Complete your usual base routine.
  • Add concealer or a skin-matching cream shadow to the eyes and set with translucent powder.
  • Add plenty of mascara.
  • Take a matte or satin blush on a fluffy blush brush and buff into the cheeks in an upward motion toward the temples. The color choice is up to you and your skin tone. I have pale, freckled skin so I go for a mid-toned pink or a fresh, apricot shade.
  • Layer the blush until you reach a bright-yet-smooth and cohesive application. 
  • If you go too far, take a clean brush with a little powder and buff over your blush.
  • Take whatever blush is left on your blush brush and gently buff over the nose and hairline for a subtle cohesivity. 
  • Slick a tinted balm, shiny gloss, or fresh nude stain over the lips. 

Glossy Skin, Lips, and Eyes


Flowers are blooming, skin is coming out! Celebrate your Spring skin with high-shine juicy gloss. This is also a great way to combat and conceal any residual dryness from the wretched Winter months. 

This look is great for day and night as you can add more intensity for night with a slick of bright lippie or a thick cat-eye wing. 

How-to: 

  • Exfoliate and moisturize your face, adding SPF if you’re heading out in the day.
  • Apply a light foundation, tinted moisturizer, or BB/CC cream. Or, combine your heavier foundation with your moisturizer or liquid highlight (such as MAC Strobe Cream). 
  • Use an illuminating cream or liquid concealer to brighten the under eyes and neutralize redness and blemishes. 
  • If you cannot live without powder, use a luminizing transparent powder sparingly where you get most oily.
  • Use your fingers or a brush to dab cream blush onto the apples of your cheeks.
  • Use your finger to tap a shimmery eyeshadow or eyeshadow topper onto the lids. Gauzy, sheer silver, lilac, gold, and champagne shimmers give a wet look without creasing.
  • Tap a creamy highlight onto the cheekbones, nose bridge, and cupid’s bow.
  • Line and fill the lips with a neutral nude or soft pink liner and top with a creamy gloss.

Whimsical Pastel Pops


Pastels are in, in, in. Mint green, soft lilac, and tangerine in a matte formula add whimsy and femininity to any eye look. Be creative by placing your matte pastels eyeshadows at the outer corner of the eye in an artful, haphazard fashion. If you’re really feeling it, try two or three shades, dabbed onto the lids in a watercolor fashion. 

The perfect palette for this look is You’re a Gem, thanks to the to-die-for shades Amethyst, Amber, and Jade. 

How-to:

  • Complete your usual base, keeping it clean and fresh.
  • Use a clean finger or dense shadow brush to pack a pastel matte shade onto the outer corner of the lid.
  • Take another shade and dab it next to your first shade, softly blending the colors together.
  • Skip liner and add black mascara.
  • Try a little fresh pink blush and a lightly tinted gloss. 
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