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Spring Lip Trends 2013

Mar 20, 2013

We are so over winter! Get into the swing of things by getting ready to update your makeup look with spring's hottest new lip trends! From hot pink lips to shades of matte orange, we're so ready for a beauty breath of fresh air. The best thing about makeup is that you screw up or change your mind about a colour, you can always wash it off and something else. Check out our top tips for spring 2013 lip trends

Pretty In Pink

This spring, pink is everywhere! It's a big trend for spring but this isn't your regular pink. It's neon, it's hot pink and fuchsia. Meant to totally pop, it's not the faint-hearted but makes a big bold impact! Give it a chance and try a shade - it takes a bit of getting used to but once you do you'll never want to go back! Put on a bold shade and then blot spring's hottest trend.

A bright pink-lipped Emma StoneA bright pink-lipped Emma StoneCourtesy of www.prom.about.com

Big, bold and pinkBig, bold and pinkCourtesy of www.style.com

Go Pale 

Think sugary shades of baby pink and lilac! Look for formulas that are super glossy. Slick some lipstick on and then add some clear gloss on top for an easy look that will go perfect with spring's cool shades of pastel. Keep the rest of your face nude with minimal makeup to get the look.

Rihanna's sugary lilac lipsRihanna's sugary lilac lipsCourtesy of www.glamour.com

Taylor Swift's demure pale pink lipTaylor Swift's demure pale pink lipCourtesy of www.awesomepeople.com

Matte Orange 

The new orange and coral for this spring is matte and gorgeous! Go for a super bright shade (no shimmer) and then blot it until you get a matte stain. This is such a pretty summery look and is very on trend this season. Don't be afraid of orange - there's a shade out there to match every skintone! 

Leighton Meester works the orange lipLeighton Meester works the orange lipCourtesy of www.yahoo.co.nz

We love orange lips for spring!We love orange lips for spring!Courtesy of www.beautyeditor.ca

Plum Gorgeous 

Plum is normally a colour reserved for winter but think bright plum and you've nailed the trend for spring! Pretty and bold shades of plum look so fresh against a the bright florals of spring and summer

Kate Bosworth's plum perfect lipsKate Bosworth's plum perfect lipsCourtesy of www.ladyblushdotcom.com

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Which Spring 2013 Lip Trend is your favorite?  Which trend will you try next?

 

 

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