For the Cool Unicorns and Rabbits

Spring is here and we couldn’t be happier. You may be seeing coral cropping up in all the newest clothing, but since we've already done coral lets look at how to blend other colors into the look. For this quarter we are focusing on warming up that winter cooled face with a bit of artificial warmth, no UV rays needed. 
You already know what coral is about, so now it’s time to break out those corals with a new set of tools. Let’s start with the face aside from lips. Check out the video below for a step by step tutorial on your spring look. We’ll even throw in the colors from last quarter, just to show you how you can build.
Beach Bum | Bronzer + Crease + 'v' color
Good Vibes | Highlighter + All over color + eye pop
Psych | All over color + eye pop
Tangled | Lipgloss
Le Rose | Lip Pencil
HINT: When you do your makeup, make sure you have in the back of your mind that we are all created differently. Try to remember your own unique face and eye shape.


For a soft everyday look: use either Tease or Sweetie Pie. Combine both for a warmer coral.

For more sass: use Deep. You can adjust him with either Sweetie Pie or Tease.

For the most vibrant coral look: use High Maintenance. Use Deep over High Maintenance to deepen and cool. You can also use Sweetie Pie to soften and cool. Tease makes him slightly warmer and less vibrant pink. Baby can be used with any of the colors and makes a great lip liner for a soft fade.



Spring is all about color, which means you should be wearing all the color this season. Black can not only be oppressive look, but once it gets hotter, it can also feel oppressively hot. We recommend you get out of your monochrome box. Check out this video Darin did discussing how to break out of the black and white box.



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