This look pretty much screams summer festival. You can choose whichever combo of colours your heart desires, from three shades to five.
Try the trend: Prep eye lids with an eyeshadow primer, then working from the inside corner outwards across the eye lid, stripe each colour vertically in turn, then using a clean brush blend the colours where they meet.
Wearing contrasting, or even clashing eyeshadow shades is one of the coolest ways to experiment with colour this spring. Shades that are opposites on the colour wheel work best.
Try the trend: Try burnt orange and bright blue cream or powder eyeshadows. Sweep one shade across your lids and the other under your lower lash line. Finish your look with lashings of black mascara.
Sparkle, sparkle everywhere, and so pretty too.
Try the trend: Pair smudgy black eyeliner with silver glitter underneath your eyes.
Neon Cats Eye
Who doesn’t love a cat eye? Just make sure to swap your black liquid liner for a bright, neon-coloured one.
Try the trend: Use a bright green eyeliner (liquid or gel pencil, whichever you prefer) to draw on a thick, winged look.
If the neon cat eye is a little avant-garde for you then the white liner look could be your compromise. It’s a strong look but not quite so “out there”, fun, fresh, and up-to-the-minute.
Try the trend: Grab a soft, white eye pencil and use it to line your eyes or create a cute flick.
Gloss, Gloss, Gloss
Chanel models rocked the gloss on their lips, eyes, and skin… and its set to be a huge spring look.
Try the trend: Use clear, lightweight face gloss and tap it on your lids, cheekbones, down the bridge of your nose, and on your lips; on top of makeup or on bare skin (if you have a flawless complexion).
Ever present on the runway, year in year out, the classic red lip. The twist for 2020 is a combo of matte, cherry-red lipstick, clean skin, and bold brows.
Try the trend: Prep is paramount for a matte finish, otherwise flakes and roughness are amplified, use your regular face scrub mixed with some Vaseline to exfoliate the lips, swipe on a red an you’re done.
Pink lips… no way! Vampy, almost-black lipstick looks totally badass, especially against neutral clothes.
Try the trend: Hydrate your lips with a lip balm first, line lips to prevent bleeding then swipe on a dark violet or black lipstick. Pair it with a sheer, grey shadow on your lids, stunning!