How to Do Makeup for Spring





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Everything is in bloom and you should be too. In spring, choose colors and accentuate features that emphasize youth and energy.

Step 1: Apply moisturizer
Apply your moisturizer first. Work the moisturizer heavily on the dark circles around eyes to get a natural look.

Step 2: Put on primer
Put on primer to even the texture and hide large pores.

Step 3: Apply the foundation
Apply foundation. Blot away excess moisturizer for an even look.

Find a quality foundation at the store and apply it to the side of your hand to determine your proper matching shade.

Step 4: Choose blush
Choose a rose or coral-toned blush, applying it on top of your foundation or over the top of a translucent powder.

Step 5: Avoid loud contrasts
Liven your eyes with blue-hued eye shadow, but in deep pigments so they aren't too loud and don't contrast with delicate features. Greens and yellows will work too, but stick with a light, natural look for spring.

Spring is the season of renewal, so adding some color to wake up winter-paled skin signifies freshness and health.

Step 6: Use mascara according to hair color
Stick with brown mascara in the daytime if you're fair-haired, and wear black at night for drama. Made-up lashes and eyes can disappear on dark haired women, so opt for a clear type that accentuates, using a comb-like brush to separate.

Step 7: Wear bright lipstick
Wear bright lipstick in the spring that shouts life: red, salmon, coral, or peach. Avoid pink and dark colors. Go out and feel renewed, just like the season.

Did You Know?
The world's first cosmetics were made of copper and other ores and were used by the Egyptians.


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