This month we have made a conscious effort to try and integrate more colour into our beauty routines! Colour is not only fun and fresh - perfect for this time of the year - but it's also never been easier to wear.
Whether you like to be bold with a red lip, striking with a green or violet eye, or even super cute with candy coloured tips, breathe a little life into your makeup bag with the rainbow as your guide...
Lips and red love, love, love each other. If you like to keep it a little more casual, reach for a stain over a lipstick. The MeMeMe Pussycat- Cheek and Lip Tint will give a hint of long lasting colour, like you've been chomping on raspberries for breakfast. Delish! As an extra bonus, you can also blend it into the apples of your cheeks, to add a warming glow to your complexion.
This subtle orangey-coral shade is surprisingly flattering on most skin tones. Want to know what it's called? OK! It's the INIKA Mineral Blusher in Peachy Keen - one of INIKA founder, Miranda Bond's fave products ever. Blend into cheeks for a hint of coloured mineral luminescence.
Yellow isn't as hard to wear as you think. In pastel tones, on the nails, you'll fit right in with the spring beauty trends. We love the LAQA & Co. Nail Polish Pen, which makes application a breeze. Just make sure to clean the applicator tip with polish remover after each use.
Green edged peepers are certainly alluring, and work across the board of eye colours. Blue, brown and green all benefit from a touch of emerald. Try the B by Bloom Col.lecta Eyeshadow Duo in Daintree, which comes with two shades, perfect for blending together to create a stunning wash of green in your smokey eye.
Blue is another one of those colours that can be tricky to wear. We bet even Picasso wouldn't know which kind of blue shadow would've suited his peepers! This is why blue beginners are best keeping it on their nails (there are just too many bad 80s makeup moments that have tarnished this shades rep!) However, try the Mode Nail Enamel in Hook Me Up on your tips and you'll be a big lover of this baby blue hue. If you dare to wear it on your lids, try one that doesn't contain any shimmer, for a more matte than icy look.
Where blue can so often go wrong on the eyes, violet takes all the glory. In a deep, dark shade, this colour can easily replace your regular black pencil liner for when you are feeling a little fun. Try the Bourjois Smokey Eye Pencil in 72 Dark Purple, which is also great for smudging slightly, for a more lived in look that Ms. Moss would be proud of.
Do you wear colour in your regular beauty routine? Which colour is your fave? Some think it says a lot about a person... what about you? Let us know! - Lauren