Here are a few makeup trends for the summer that you can follow! They are very summery and the perfect looks to adopt this season ;)
The color red has always been classic lipsticks, but also has the distinction of reinventing season to season. In the 2012 season, the red again take center stage in its different shades, from angry red to tone off. Your lips will not go unnoticed this year! So do not forget to smile.
The long lashes are synonymous with femininity and sensuality, as any look deepened. The 2012 cheer to use double layer of mascara for more volume and definition to your lashes or help yourself of false eyelashes.
Many times we give up the use of color eyeshadow because we fear being as ridiculous or, worse, like a circus clown right? That fear will end this 2012 given that the latest trends allow us to use all kinds of colors for all tastes in our eyelids. The colorful shades are ideal to stoke a tired look.
Metallic tones like silver or gold, look great in eye makeup, because they provide the right mix of brightness and color. Apply eyeliner, metallic shadow and mascara and you have everything for a captivating look.
Based On Natural Pale
The less you wear foundation, the better off. That is the rule regarding the use of the base according to the latest trends, where the natural look to gain ground. Use the correct amount of base to cover dark circles and imperfections. A tip? Watch your face with a moisturizing base.
2012 dominate the natural makeup, and one of the keys to do is apply blush softer than we have. A pink, for example, applied with a brush gently on the cheek makeup will do everything to look beautiful without losing the natural.
Modern Cat Eyes
Have not you had encouraged the cat's eyes? This retro makeup style, well look like pin up of the 40's, yet again in 2012. A tip? Apply a double layer of eyeliner and see beyond the ends to deepen it.
For those wishing to preserve the natural look and not feel too comfortable with lip makeup in red, pinks orders will be this season. This color works on all skin tones, especially if it is similar to the color you used for the flush.