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Makeup Trends for Spring 2017

Spring is just around the corner and it’s time to finally bring out those fun, flirty and vibrant colors we all been waiting for. I am not just talking about clothing but makeup of course. We are always experimenting, creating new looks or upgrading the current to even better. So we rounded up a few of the top makeup beauty trends of Spring 2017.


Make a statement fun, electric colors such as fuchsia, peach, orange, purple-gray (weird) and even color-blocking.

A peachy orange lipstick to coordinate with the collection backstage at Versus.


Forget about contouring. Intense highlighting is the way to go, which we call “strobing”. Rolling a cream highlighter, either pearly, pinkish or lush, along the cheeks and across to the temples



Creating an energetic vibe with graphic and bold colors

Pink, glossy eyes have never looked so good (and healthy) backstage at Tadashi Shoji.


Dark, daring and imperfect. Just smudge dark tones; browns, black, navy blues or grays on the lids and along the waterline.

A mix of black and brown eyeliners and shadows gave the eyes at Alberta Ferretti an intense smoked-out effect.


Transitioning into more artistic palettes to evoke intentional characters

At Maison Margiela, models walked with varying shades of blue glitter lips created by makeup artist Pat McGrath and her team.

*All Photos Courtesy of Harper Bazaar

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