Spring Makeup!

The official first day of Spring is just a few days away! So what makeup will you be wearing? Its time to change thing up a little bit to welcome the new season. There is so many different ways to play with your makeup, Spring you can go with a very natural makeup or play with it and wear a very pink lip to even neon orange lips. Have fun and experiment with your makeup! Xoxo Mod Girl Sara!

Spring Makeup Trend: Ethereal White Eyeshadow and Liner

white eye makeup

We spotted the white eye makeup trend all over the place: Jenny Packham, Tibi, Alice + Olivia, and Altuzarra showed some of our favorite takes on the look. A wash of iridescent whites and pinks at Alice + Olivia (shown) gave lids a dewy freshness. Stila makeup artists layered All Over Shimmer Liquid Luminizer in Pink Shimmer and Eye Shadow in Opal. At Tibi, white eyeliner and shadow rimmed inner corners of eyes, and created a cool cat-eye across the lids on top.

Bright orange lips

orange lips

The look: From neon to coral, orange tones make loud mouths cool this season. The easiest way to wear bright lip colour is with a chunky glide-on pencil.

The shows: At Rag & Bone models wore a matte lipstick, at Creatures of the Wind the lipstick finish was a satin textured and at Prabal Gurung (pictured) the look was neon-bright.

The products: Revlon ColorBurst Crayon Matte Balm in Mischievous, NARS Heat Wave Lipstick

Golden glows

golden glow

The look: Gorgeous, day-glow golden is the way to look tanned this year.

The shows: Models at Dolce & Gabbana had halos of warm apricot blush and at Michael Kors (right), faces including Karlie Kloss showcased healthy, wealthy tans with killer cheekbones.

The products: Michael Kors Beauty Bronze Powder, MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural in Dark, Revlon PhotoReady Cream Blush in Pinched

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