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Spring Makeup Looks You Need to Try This Season

Spring Makeup Looks You Need to Try This Season

The warmer weather is finally here, and that means it's time to start thinking about your spring makeup routine. If you're looking for some fresh ideas to try out this season, we've got you covered. Our organic makeup line feature fresh, light colors that are perfect for complimenting your outfits all throughout Spring.

From pretty pastels to dewy skin, here are 10 spring makeup looks that will have you feeling your best.

1. Go Pretty in Pastels

If you're wanting to add a pop of color to your look, pastels are the way to go. Try out a light pink or lavender shadow on your lids, paired with a coordinating cheek color. For an extra glow, add a touch of highlight along your cheekbones and brow bones!

2. Get Dewy Skin

Dewy, glowy skin is always in style – but it's especially popular during the springtime. To get this look, start by applying a hydrating primer all over your face. Then, use a foundation or BB cream that has light-reflecting properties. After concealer and contouring (if you desire), add a touch of highlight to really make your skin pop! Finally, set everything in place with a light dusting of translucent powder.

3. Rock a Bold Lip Color

Bold lips are always a statement-maker – and they're perfect for springtime! If you're feeling daring, try out a bright pink or red hue. Or, if you want something a little more subdued,  opt for a dark berry shade. No matter what color you choose, make sure your lips are well-moisturized before applying any product. Start by exfoliating with a lip scrub, then follow up with a hydrating lip balm. Once your lips are prepped and primed, it's time to apply your chosen color. For long-lasting results, use a lip pencil to outline your lips, then fill them in with a matching lipstick or gloss.

4. Use a Luminizer

A little bit of luminizer can go a long way in giving your skin a natural, healthy-looking glow. If you're not sure where to start, try using a small amount on your cheekbones, brow bones, and the inner corners of your eyes. You can also use it on your décolletage if you're planning on wearing a low-cut dress or top. Just be careful not to overdo it – you don't want to look like you're sweating glitter!

5. Extra Blush!

Whether you're going for a natural look or something more dramatic, blush is always a good idea. It can help to brighten your complexion and give you a healthy-looking glow. Just be sure to use a light hand, as it's easy to go overboard with this one.

6. Pink, Pink, Pink

There's no color that screams "springtime" more than pink!  Whether you go for a soft baby pink or a bright fuchsia, this hue is sure to put a smile on your face. You can add it to your eyes, lips, cheeks – anywhere you want!

7. Shimmery Eyeshadow and Lip Gloss

Spring is the perfect time to add a little shimmer to your makeup look. Try using a shimmery eyeshadow or lip gloss to add some extra dimension. Just be sure not to go too overboard, as you don't want to look like you're sweating glitter!

8. A Pop of Color

For something really fun and unexpected, try adding a pop of color to your look. This could be anything from a vibrant purple eyeliner to neon pink lipstick. Be creative and have fun with it!

9. Fresh Face

One of the best things about springtime is that you can finally leave your heavy winter foundation behind. Instead, opt for a lighter coverage option or even just BB cream. This will help you achieve a fresh-faced look and keep your makeup looking more natural!

10. Use More Neutrals and Lighter Colors

Whenever it comes to mascara and eyeliner, it's no secret that black is the go-to shade for most people.  However, during the springtime, you may want to ditch the dark colors in favor of something lighter to open up your eyes a bit more. This could be anything from a warm brown to a soft pastel color. Trust us, your eyes will thank you!

Skincare is just as important to your Spring makeup look!

As winter comes to an end, skin becomes drier and more sensitive than usual. You don't want your makeup to exacerbate these issues and leave your skin wanting more!