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Brighten Up Your Spring Makeup Look

Spring is finally here! Something about warmer weather makes you want to add a bit more color to your face. Niara is back on the channel to show us how to mix a bright blush color for spring using two Lip and Cheek shades. And don't forget to top it off with some shimmery highlighter!

Products used

Dusty Rose Lip and Cheek (now Terracotta Tour Guide)
Champagne Highlighter
Eyeshadow Duos

Brighten up Your Spring Makeup with Subtl Beauty

Hey there! It's Niara, and today I'm excited to show you how to brighten up your spring makeup using subtl stak's Lip and Cheek and Highlighter. With the warmer weather comes the perfect opportunity to add a pop of color and radiance to your look, and I'm here to guide you through the process.

Apply Lip and Cheek Tint Before Setting Powder

To start off, I recommend applying the Lip and Cheek tint before any setting powder. Since it's a cream product, it works best on a slightly wet base. I like to mix two shades, Riveting Red and Dusty Rose (now Terracotta Tour Guide), to achieve the perfect flush of color on my cheeks. Applying the blush higher up on my cheeks gives my face a more contoured, snatched look. I then add a bit of Dusty Rose on top to soften the intensity of the red.

Add a Subtle Glow with Highlighter

Moving on to the Highlighter, I use the Champagne shade to add a subtle glow to my look. I apply it to the highest points of my cheeks and nose, where the light hits. This completes the springtime look and gives my skin a fresh, radiant finish.

Embrace the New Season with Simple and Easy Makeup

So there you have it, my simple and easy spring makeup routine using Lip and Cheek and Highlighter. Hopefully this tutorial inspired you to experiment with your makeup and embrace the new season. Thank you for watching, and I can't wait to see you next time!

 

Off camera, Niara applied the matte shade of the Sunset Eyeshadow Duo to her eyelids and a pop of the shimmer shade from the Nectar Eyeshadow Duo in the inner corners of her eyes. 

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