Spring Make Up Trends 2013

Spring 2013 is here and there are some fantastic products on the high street and online to help you achieve make up looks, that are bang on trend this season. Creating a dewy flawless base is essential for this season. Must have products are radiance enhancing foundations, under eye concealors and highlighters. As a make up artist in Manchester it’s important that I’m always aware of up coming make up trends. I love my clients to have knowledge of what’s in for the season too so I have put together a few key make up looks, alongside product suggestions.

It’s time to get artistic, glamorous bright matt lipstick is particularly on trend this season. Opt for a suble Eyeshadow using Daniel Sandle Eye Delight ‘Peach'(£10.25) Sweep the colour onto your eyelids and then blend with a paler nude highlighter eyeshadow to enhance your brow bone. Use a clean dry brush and blend again to make sure there are no harsh lines where the shades start and finish. Then, go for a pink lipstain using Armani Maestro’503’ (£25.00) Finally create a golden sunkissed finish by dusting Estée Lauder ‘Bronze Goddess Soft Matte Bronzer’ (£21.50) onto your forehead, nose and cheekbones.

For an alternative look Diane von Furstenberg models make up emphasis was on the lower lash line. Go for a soft kohl so you don’t drag your eye such as Tom Ford Eye Defining Pencil in ‘Onyx’ (£25.00). Follow on by placing the focus onto your brows using Benefit Brow Zing Shaping Kit (£22.50) To complement the look; define your cheekbones with Bare Minerals Blusher in ‘True’ (£19) and finish with two coats of your favourite mascara.

Eyes were full impact on the Spring 2013 catwalks with metallic silver smoky eyes in particular as featured by Chanel. You can create an amazing result using a cream eye shadow apply Bobbi Brown Eyeshadow in ‘Mercury’ (£18). For an ultra feminine touch apply false lashes using Shu Uemura Black Leux (£13) Keep the look fresh and bring it together with a pink lipgloss using Lancome Juicy Tube in ’Marshmallo Electro’ (£15.50). To finish, go for Chanel Powder Blush ‘Rose Cache’ (£30), which fits perfectly.

Fancy a new look for spring, have you been wearing the same make up for years? I can create a look especially for you, whilst spending time offering advice on products/tools, picking out suitable shades and providing expert application hints and tips. To arrange a booking get in touch or call me on 07847 826 824.

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