We don’t know about you, but we are already CRAVING some sunshine! Well guess what beauties, we may be in the thick of winter, but our makeup can fast forward us straight into Spring! “How?” we hear you ask. Well, our Head Makeup and Trend Artist, Lisa Potter Dixon, has but together the top makeup trends of Spring/Summer 2016 for you to try! Over to you Lisa…
“Want to know how to achieve the top 10 make up trends for Spring/Summer 2016? Well here, I show you how to do them ALL!
The big brow isn’t going anywhere! And as it’s the Year of The Brow, what better time to get your ‘wow brow’ on than now?!
A trend I helped to create via the Sophia Webster show at LFW, this ethereal look is all about highlighting to the extreme.
This unique trend will potentially be bigger than strobing. A quick and easy way to give you that ‘Just been having fun in the sun’ look.
The lip debate
It’s all about two lip colours this season, The perfect nude and cherry red. Pick and choose as you please!
I predict this will be the biggest trend of the season, and my love for they’re real! blue mascara is now justified! So don’t be blue this summer, wear it!
A beautiful look with a beautiful name. The soft pastels of the Sunset eye works for everyone.
It’s back and, as a 90’s teenager, I’m thrilled! Also a great look for those that struggle with liner as it’s the opposite to perfect.
The colour block eye
A cool alternative to a smoky eye. Edgy but wearable.
Lash it up
It’s all about the gorgeous lashes. For me, nothing lashes it up better than mascara. If you pair up they’re real! tinted primer with they’re real! mascara, then watch out, because you might just fly away 😉
A hint of Glitter
Yes! It’s not just for christmas! Glitter is here for the summer too! Wear it as liner, pat it in the centre of your eye, or go all out with a glittery smoky eye! Shimmer & shine its always glitter time!
Want to see the looks in full PLUS a tutorial? Check it out on You Tube! Enjoy and let me know which is your fave! #learnwithlisa @Lisa_Benefit
Love and Lipstick,
The Digital Darlings