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How To Achieve This Summer Beauty Trends

Fresh, playful and natural beauty was the go-to look for the summer runway collections this year, which is no surprise with the hippy look in full force in the fashion world. With floral and lace fabrics being the fashion choice of the summer, it’s no surprise this summer beauty trends are all about emphasizing your natural beauty.  

To achieve a luminous, natural look you will want to use golden bronzers to enhance your summer glow while using highlights to achieve a fresh, dewy look for your face. For cheeks you will want to stick with natural rosy hues for a fresh, youthful look, or peachy hues for a fun splash of color. 

Enhance your eyes with natural shades or add some fun color with light pastels like lilac. To add a little extra pop use white eyeliner on the bottom of your eyes, and stick with pastels for the upper line.  If you don’t want to retire your black eyeliner for the summer, channel your inner 60s and 70s vixen with a bold smoky eye. Or bright, bold shades of violets and blues paired with flicked eyeliner for vibrant eyes that still keep within the 60s inspiration trend of the summer. For brows you are going to want to keep them groomed, full and slightly darkened.

Bold, full lips have been all the rage this year and that trend isn't slowing down. This summer, try the classic red lips with a red-berry hue, or plum hues for a playful look. For the appearance of full lips make sure to line the lips, and try using a matte shade in the center of your lips.  If the bold trend isn't quite your style, keep with the fresh hippy inspired look by using peachy or pink hues on your lips.

Finish off the look with a playful hippy inspired hair style like natural waves, or loosely straightened hair. If you are looking for a bit more style, try a twisted top-knot, ballerina bun or a low tousled ponytail.  Keeps your nails within the pastel palette and add a floral design for fun.

Ashley Souza
Ashley Souza


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