Getting Into The “Spring” of Things

Happy Tuesday Beauties!

Now that we’re getting closer to Spring, it’s time to start changing our wardrobe and makeup routine.  The Spring calls for more colorful clothing, softer makeup and cuter hair styles.  I personally LOVE the Spring and Summer time! I get to wear dresses and play with colorful makeup!  When you start buying that Spring wardrobe, think pink, coral, yellow, blue and even some orange!  Colors are so much fun and you can mix and match different pieces which makes for a really awesome look!

When it comes to makeup, I go for the the dewey look.  To accomplish that I do away w/heavy moisturizers that my skin needed in the winter.  Because there is more humidity in the air and more sunshine, you’ll need a lighter cream with SPF.  To even out skin tone, go with a tinted moisturizer (which I LOVE) for a more natural and glowing look.  As far as pigments in eye shadows and blushes go, stick with pale pinks, peaches, browns and gold.  This gives you that pretty flush and sun kissed look.  Same thing goes for lipsticks and lip gloss.

So go ahead, try something new! Wear that color that you’ve always wanted to wear and try that peach lipstick you saw on your favorite diva.  If it doesn’t look good on you, try a different shade in the same color family.  Remember, all colors have different shades so if that peach doesn’t look good on you, maybe that coral will!

Stay Fabulous!

xoxo – LL

 

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