Model Coco Rocha
Rag and Bone Spring 2014
DKNY Spring 2014
Another favorite look of the Spring 2014 runways was a minimal make up heading into the rosier family. You may wisely ask, 'Does minimal make up really head into any color family?' to which I would simply answer...'Yes, yes it does.' Over the many years of fashion weeks, minimal make up has appeared and reappeared time and time again. To the regular, or uninterested eye, this look may seem the same across the board. Yet, someone who loves color and texture can see the quiet differences from one look to the next. And so, this year's spring minimal make up seems to have a rose colored hue. The constant across the board for spring, whether you are doing a strong orange colored lip or an all-over minimal make up look, is the attention to blush detail. On both looks the cheeks are really featured and the color is in the same tribe as the lip hue. Even though the blush can be subtle if you like, it is still a must-have product come spring.
Isabel Marant Spring 2014
Michael Kors Spring 2014
Olivia Palermo at Peter Som
Being the self proclaimed beauty and fashion lover that I am, I decided these two spring looks need to be tried and true, or truly tried, or...however you say it, I decided to give them a go in my #dailylooks using once again my favorite app picstitch.
Chantecaille New Stick in Ivory
Cover Girl truBLEND Fixstick concealer in Light
Mac Eyeliner Powerpoint eye pencil in Industry
Mac Powder Blush in Godess (discontinued)
Blush Substitute is Nars Blush in Gina
Orange/red Nars lipstick in Heat Wave
Same as the photo above.
Chantecaille le stylo ultra slim liquid liner
Lancome Hypnose Mascara in black
Tarte Amazonian clay blush in exposed
Nars blush in deep throat
Nars Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in bolero
Nars Lip Lacquer in chelsea girls