March 31, 2015
I’m always excited to attend the Nordstrom Beauty Trend Events because of the high energy (even though you’re up at the crack of dawn) and the fun atmosphere to celebrate and welcome the new trends of the season. For this spring event, the runways were graced by models rocking this season’s beauty trends with fresh, dewy skin, bright lips and neutral tones to compliment the spring styles of minimalist clean lines and flowing, breezy silhouettes.
| new NEUTRALS |
The new neutrals look is all about natural eyes, defined brows, pale pink cheeks and nude lips. For that “no makeup” makeup look, tinted moisturizer will be your best friend – just the right amount of coverage without looking like you’re wearing foundation. A light-weight translucent powder will keep your makeup lasting through the warmer temps and just a hint of pink on the cheeks will give you a natural fresh-faced look.

| SCULPTING simplified |
The new Clinique Chubby Sticks in Contour and Highlight are the easiest way to get a natural sculpted face these season. The pencil style allows you to draw directly on the face and the creamy formula allows for easy blending that gives your face a natural, yet defined look. If you prefer powder formulas, the Anastasia Premiere Contour and Highlight Palette if the perfect collection of sculpting and highlighting powder to complete just about any look, from day to night.


| the RIGHT BRIGHT lip |
Nothing says spring beauty like the right bright lip. Think bold, bright hues in both glosses and mattes on a natural face. The minimalist look with just a pop of color is the biggest beauty trend this season. The look is all about natural eyes with defined lashes, dewy skin and a bright lip shade. Try a coral shade such as Geraldine by Nars, Dior Addict Fluid Stick in Wonderland for a bright pink, and a lavender hue with MAC Notice Me Lipstick.


What are your favorite beauty trends this season? Any products you’ve been loving?
I’d love to hear in a comment!
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