Spring Beauty Trends for Sunny Weather

We've finally reached spring! And even though some of us are still dealing with bouts of snow and cold, that sunny weather is on its way. So we're ready to ditch our winter looks. We took a look at some great spring beauty trends and tips to get ready for spring styles! And this season, it's all about staying natural. Spring beauty trends are showing up on the red carpet on stars like Jennifer Lawrence and Selena Gomez. Nude lips: Steering away from the bright, orange lips of winter, nude or barely there blush glosses are taking over. Ladies on both runways and red carpets over the past few months have featured these nude or barely pink lip colors. Jennifer Lawrence wore this look well at the Oscars. It's a perfect complement to a sun-kissed look and will definitely be a great way to transition from spring and into summer. Dior 'Addict' Gloss is a good nude option to try. Dior lip gloss, Chanel blush and Smashbox eyeshadow all complement the new spring beauty trends. Brown shades: Nude lips are pairing with natural brown contours. Light sweeps of mild bronze or brown hues are creating subtle contours that don't overhelm the natural look. The result is a gorgeous complement to flawless skin. The brown hues go really well with the overall natural look of the season and allow you to show off your sunny glow. Try Les Tissages De Chanel Blush Duo Tweed Effect to get that natural contour look. Bright eyes: While lips and cheeks are staying natural, eyes are popping with pastel colors, like Smashbox Photo Op Aperture Eyeshadow. Selena Gomez sported a blue pastel look at a recent event. But the trend also includes more natural eyelashes. While pastels are showing up in droves this spring, lashes are going nude (or maybe just partially dressed). Less mascara was seen on the runways this year and that will likely translate into the spring style. Pastel eyeshadow is the emphasis so big, bold eyelashes would take away from that -- makes sense! What also makes sense? Applying our eye cream before you brush on those pastels. We're excited to show off our spring styles in sunny weather! Now where is that sunny weather?

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