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The Cutest 20 Spring Makeup Looks

Spring Makeup Looks

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Read on for 20 of the cutest spring makeup looks that can be done in just five minutes or take a little longer but make sure you can be more creative. Whether your skill set is advanced or you’re looking for a new everyday look, you’ll leave here with at least one idea.

Best of all, you don’t need to be a makeup artist, beauty blogger or even particularly adept with an eye shadow brush to do them at home. (Trust me – they will still end up just as Instagram-worthy.) Thanks to some of our favorite influencers and celebs, there’s no shortage of inspiration to get you started.

There might be a couple of cat eyes involved. Don’t be scared—they’re easier than they seem and to help you out I wrote a full blog post about it. Once you master the technique, you’ll be doing them constantly. That said, there are plenty of other stunning ideas—from subtle pops of color to full-on bright makeup looks.

As always, my inspiration is from Pinterest. Follow me over there if you would like to see more.  

The Cutest 20 Spring Makeup Looks

You can definitely tell, and as I wrote about this in the best 20 spring beauty products post, that pastels and neons are a huge trend this spring and we can go crazy with colors if we want. Also, the monochromatic look is totally trending this spring. 

The trend that isn’t my favorite, is the lower lash line pop of color. I personally like a bright eyeshadow more but going crazy on the lower lash line is very trending so if you love it, go for it!

Which look is your favorite? Which look are you going to recreate? Let me know in the comments below! 

6 Comments

  1. I love the Pink look – it just looks very feminine and a more edgier English Rose look. It seems like this is similiar to an old trend when romantic style was in fashion – heavy use of blush and pink hues. I have freckles and pale skin so highlighter is my best friend.

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