Like fashion, make up trends are also shown on the runway, and are then adapted to get the look for a particular season. The various fashion weeks that are looked upon for the trends are London, New York, Paris, Milan and Tokyo.
Here are some of the trends for Spring-Summer 2015 and how can they be adapted to make them more wearable:
Liner free Smokey Eyes
Softly smudged eyes sans-liner will be a big trend this season. You can try them in browns, greys, purple and blue instead of the classic black to make them more wearable.
Graphic / Winged Liner
When you are feeling too lazy to apply smokey eyes, go for a thick graphic liner or the vintage winged liner. These look classy anytime and for any occasion.
SkinWho doesn’t want a naturally glowing skin? It is possible by putting in some efforts but till then, you can achieve it with make up! Exfoliate and moisturise your skin daily. Apply some BB cream or light foundation, conceal wherever required e.g. dark circles, blemishes etc. Apply some cream blush on the apples of the cheeks and set your make up with a light ducting of translucent powder.
Red, Pink or Nude Lips
Depending on your look and occasion, you can opt for either red, pink or nude lips. The only thing to keep in mind when doing red or pink lips is to just stain the lips softly with the colour rather than making then too harsh.
Brows are neglected and ignored most of the times but this season calls for well-groomed eyebrows. Brows define your face and when well-groomed can simply make you look so much better. Fill in the spaces with eye shadow matching the color of the hair. Comb them in place and set with brow gel or transparent mascara.
About Neha Suradkar
A makeup artist, style coach, etiquette trainer and fashion educator, experienced in the fields of fashion design, consulting and research, Neha is founder and Director of Mirror Image & Style Pvt. Ltd. founded in April 2013. The
company caters to clients with image and style makeovers and services. Neha has travelled extensively in USA, South East Asia and in India and has a passion for writing and her ultimate dream is to publish books in subjects that are close to her heart.