Create spring must have looks this season. Spice up your beauty regimen by getting some inspiration from these beautiful ladies and put any one of these spring makeup ideas to good use. I promise they’ll leave you feeling sexier than usual. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite looks inside.
Drop those boring brown eyeshadow, black eyeshadows and try something colorful this summer. MUA Melissa gave us a fun chic day look. For those of you with yellow fever, the look is easy to achieve with a bright yellow shadow and graphic black liner for a cabaret effect. Yellows, orange, and reds are great for blending. For more makeup inspiration follow Melissa on Facebook or Instagram @mmfernandez310 .
Glamstylist Shameka Preston is bad to the bone. Get inspired by her spring makeup ideas and indulge in her metallic hues and pink lips! To emphasize this mix of strong versus subtle colors, play up the features you want to draw attention to with color—add a touch of sparkle over your shadow—while keeping the rest of your look simple and glowing. Follow Shameka on Facebook or Instagram @glamstylistxoxo for more makeup looks.
Prom is coming up and omber eyes are one of the top looks for this big day! Memory Coe showed us that dark, smoky shadows are for everyone! So if you are looking for a funky fresh look to amp up your eyes a bit, go for a burnished amber-bronze shade. This hue complements all eye colors and will instantly catch that lucky guy’s attention, plus girls you can do it yourself. Follow Memory on Instagram @thememoryyoullneverforget for more great looks and tips.
Get the Look: Try Maybelline Tattoo Color in Bad to the Bronze, $6.99, ulta.com or Urban Decay’s Naked Palette 2.
Metallic eye shadow shades like gold, green, and purple are a lustrous trend this spring. Sahira showed off her radiant yet subtly hued, mineral-inspired colors and highlighted eyes. Take note and keep lips subtle so that you don’t overpower the rest of your face. Check out Sahira on Youtube for tutorials and follow her on Instagram @glamzonesh.
Studies show that men fixate on red more than any other color women wear. Act like sexy never left, run off now and go get one! The beautiful Shelby showed us the many ways to wear red. The key to capturing this look is to blend warm, gold tones with cool, earthy ones to create a one-shade-fits-all eyeshadow hue. Accent with your cat eye and a natural blush.
Follow Shelby on Instagram @hihaters33 to get more fabulous looks and tips.
What better time to wear bright eyeshadow than now! Bright, bold, vibrant colors are all the rage for eyes this season. Just look at Brittany’s drool worthy spring eyeshadow looks! Haute! Get inspired by her spring makeup ideas on how to rock the bright-eyed trend for spring. Follow her on Facebook and Instagram her @makeup_by_brit.
The sun makes you feel bold, but bold isn’t always bright! For those of you who love to keep the work face on all weekend. Get inspired by MUA Ashley Nicole, who looks absolutely gorg rocking her nude lips and cat eyes. Its all in the eyeliner!! For more spring makeup ideas follow Nicole on Instagram @beauty_from_ashes_
Get the Look: Use a water-resistant, gel eyeliner (try Bobbi Brown’s Long-Wear Eye Pencil in Jet Black), trace your upper waterline (and lower, too, if you wish). This instantly makes your eyes look bigger and your lashes appear fuller. Add soft earthy colors for shadow and call it a day.
Ooh la la, how sexy is this look! Many celebs have been seen wearing this sultry shade and why not you. Erica’s “purple aurora” look is sultry and vibrant. This midnight hue is a fresh take on the smoky eye—plus, the dark-as-night color makes your eyes stand out even more and it is a great accent for bright lips. See the Tutorial on her Youtube channel and give her a follow on Instagram @_ericaxoxo or Facebook for more exciting spring makeup ideas!
Get the Look: Elf primer, NYX Eyeshadow base, bhcosmetics 2nd edition palette, MAC cornflower pigment, revlon lip butter strawberry shortcake…
Nothing adds more drama to your outfit like a pair of long lashes and shimmery eyeshadow. If you’re lacking in the lash department, or just want to amp up the set you have, apply a full strip of falsies to your upper lashline. The fabulous Jessica Cisneros gave us some wonderful eyelights for a night out on the town, make your eyes pop! Follow Jessica on Instagram @jcolovesmakeup for more makeup ideas and tutorials.
Michelle Stewart’s eyebrows are everything!! She definitely set it off with this smoldering, oh-so-trendy smoky eye look . Use a dark hue and a black gel liner and blend it into the lid with a fluffy natural bristle brush. Start close to the lash line, and blend towards the crease for a softer look. Smoky eyes are great for pink or coral lips. For more fab looks and booking follow Michelle on Instagram @shellzy73.