Posted on January 20 2017
Spring-Summer 2017 Beauty Trends: Makeup Looks to Replicate by Michela Marra
Natural makeup with matte or super hydrated lips and eyes that are enhanced by soft powders in shades of brown, bronze and orange take the prize so far as beauty trends for the spring 2017 season are concerned.
This will be the season of transparency with luminous, hydrated skin. Contour with caution. The objective is to enhance the plasticity of the face, without altering its features.
There will also be plenty of options for those who prefer a bold makeup look. From geometric makeup to pop-coloured eyeliner, there’s an entire palette of colors to explore with which to create unprecedented, highly personalized looks.
Dear Pretty Birds, the time has come to experiment with new beauty looks that accentuate your features. Here is what makeup for Spring-Summer 2017 has in store for us.
NUDE BEAUTY LOOK
Natural eyes, eyebrows that are always well-groomed and hydrated lips: what really counts is playing with highlights going beyond the strobing technique. Cheeks, lips and eye contours will shine with light thanks to foundation and skincare products. No artificial powders which create an unpleasant “fake” finish.
Eyeliner and kajal pencils will be used to create multicolour graphics and geometric designs.
Matte, again. An opaque finish will continue to rule. New nudes shades will be available on the market, or, on the contrary, bold colors: green, all shades of blue and finally, dark gothic shades will be a hit.
HOW TO RECREATE THE PERFECT BASE
Never before has skincare been the main focus as it is this season. What we are after is not perfection. On the contrary, looking for perfection means an inability to accentuate one’s own features. Yes to camouflage using concealer to hide dark circles and discolouration, no to high coverage foundation that creates the effect of a mask. Be yourself!
Want to find out the new looks for SS 2017? Have a look at the gallery.
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