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Spring is right around the corner and it’s the perfect time to update your look for the new season with a few makeup and fashion essentials.
Mary Kay has featured 2 seasonal trend looks in the issue of People en Espanol that hit stands on March 7th. From the runway to the real runway, Mary Kate invites you to discover what you love about these feminine and glamorous looks.
Delicate details, such as lace, lovely pleats and ruffles will be out in full force this spring with intricate head to toe styling options. Complement your eye for detail by showcasing this delicate details inspired Mary Kay look.
These makeup looks were created by celebrity makeup artist Virgina Linzee and Mariela Bagnato. Celebrity stylist Lo VonRumpf and Angie Escamilla give their style insight into some of the fun trends of the season. Take a moment to read through the different trends and watch the video featuring the new spring trends.(Watch video here)
Also, Mary Kary and I have a small surprise for you! we will be giving away one amazing set of Mary Kay products with a retail value of $297.00! To participate you just have to like my Facebook page and for extra points follow me on bloglovin. Giveaway ends March 26th!
*Giveaway open only for US residents.
Below you can find my how to do a neutral makeup, I hope you like it!
Ok so the first thing you have to do in order to have is to wash and moisturize your face. No matter how good your makeup technique is, or how great the products you use are, no face looks good without proper skin care. Also clean brushes it’s always a plus!
Then apply your foundation, in my case I like to use the CC from Mary Kay. After that, it is smart to conceal your makeup with some translucent loose powder.
Cheeks and bronzer, one of the favorites tips I have ever received it is to apply bronzer under your cheeks and then blush on your cheeks. Trust me on this one.
Eye makeup, us a eyeshadow brush, apply a beige eyeshadow all over the lid, up to the crease. Using a fluffy eyeshadow brush, take a light brown shadow and fluff it into the crease at the outer corner of your eye, blending well into the cream shadow. Take a chocolate brown matte shadow and, using a pencil brush, apply into the upper outline of your eye(just above your top eyelashes), blending it upwards in to the lid. After that, take a brown or bronze eyeliner pencil and line your top eyelid and the bottom of your eye, just below the waterline. Finally, apply a thin coat of black mascara on your lashes.
Lips, in this case I will recommend a coral lipstick.
To give a final touch I like to use a makeup finishing spray, just to make sure that my makeup will last all day and night.