With the spring walking in, it’s time to embrace the vibrant and colorful tinge not only in surroundings but also on your demeanor. So, you need to be thinking over the beautiful and exquisite makeup trends of this season. So, it’s to time to don vibrant colors on your lips, bright peppers and glittery big lashes. Dewy skin, revamped smoky eyes and big lashes are some of the most prevalent makeup trends for the year 2016. Let’s have a look at the complete beauty report, highlighting some of the chic makeup fads this year!
Fresh, glossy skin that looks lit from within. This trend is easy, wearable, and beautifully flattering no matter what your skin tone/type. Simply add a drop or two of oil to your foundation, mixing, and applying as usual for an ultra-hydrated effect. To take your glow to the next level, dab a liquid highlighter like Sunbeam by Benefit or a bit of Vaseline to the high points of the face and voilà instant glow.
To achieve this edgy and easy look, simply choose a color and stick with it. We suggest a wash of burgundy over the lids and a warm nude lip for a look that’s as attractive as it is simple. Other stunning color families to opt for are beige, caramel, peach, and pink.
Revamp smoky eye
Nothing is more classically iconic than the faithful smoky eye, but this year’s trend takes it to a whole new level, you’re going to want to try this at home. To achieve the new smoky eye, all it takes is a simple twist of technique; line your eyes as normal using a kohl pencil. Trade your usual smudgy top lid for a satisfyingly smoked bottom lash line. The effect is modern, sleek, and utterly smoldering
There’s no denying that nude makeup looks wickedly good on just about everyone. This trend takes nude to new heights in the form of the color bronze. Bronze, which contains hints of red, brown, and golden, is actually the perfect nude for those with deeper skin tones (but suits everyone!) and is almost impossible to mess up.
At this point, we’re no strangers to the magic of mascara (they do call it a mascara wand, after all), but 2016 calls for lashes that are less predictable and more pretty. If you’re not comfortable trying out individual lashes or far-out falsies, (although we highly recommend dicing up your old false lashes for a custom eye look), then, after applying mascara to your top lashes, hold the wand vertically and apply to your bottom lashes in swift strokes. The effect is something like the saucer-eyed trends of the sixties, but much, much more wearable. Source of article: thenewstribe.com