Spring brings with it fresh new trends in fashion as well as beauty. You have probably already updated your wardrobe but it’s now time to upgrade your beauty kit too. From vibrant hues to warm tones, your makeup routine needs a ‘fresh’ start.
To help you achieve a refreshed look this Spring, let’s take some makeup notes from our very own Alia Bhatt. From nude makeup to a bold pout, Alia’s beauty game is top-notch. Taking a cue from the Gully Girl, here are some Spring makeup ideas that’ll help you get ready for the season…
One of the biggest trends of the season is a fresh face with dramatic lashes. To achieve this look, use light shadows for your lids, double coats of mascara, comb your brows with a spoolie brush and finish it off with a muted pink lip.
Out with the old, in with the bold
Spring is the time to up your lip colour game. This season is all about experimenting with bold lip hues. Let your lighter shades take a backseat and bring out the bright ones. An orange tone is simply apt for the season. It’ll help you make a stylish statement for any occasion.
Less bitter, more glitter
Play with glitter this Spring! Glitter will help add some sparkle to your look, thereby jazzing it up. Either go all out with glitter lids or keep it subtle with just a single swipe. Glitter is fun and tends to give your makeup an extra special touch. It’s apt for a night-out with your girlfriends as well as for a romantic date night.
If you are not too confident about pulling off bright colours, fret not! A stunning nude colour palette can be your go-to makeup for the Spring season. Keep it simple with brown smoky eyes and a nude lippie. Easy to recreate and a timeless style that will look classy all year round.
Opting for the classic eyeliner in a solid colour is one of the easiest ways to update your look. Ditch your regular black eyeliner for a bright blue tone to achieve a refreshing look this Spring. Eyeliners are a regular thing for most of us and giving it a blue upgrade will only help you blend in with the season’s colours.