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If you're looking for ways to take the makeup you bought last season and still keep it current for Summer, try this makeup ...
trick: pair different colors on the upper lid and below your eye, as seen on Derek Lam's runway models. It's a great way to add more color this Summer, and you can still keep the look fresh by adding a nude lip. Watch our video to find out which colors work best with your skin tone.
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How to Keep Your Spring Makeup Current for Summer
Spring’s color trend diseur is transitioning into summer, pastels. Here are few ways we found to wear the pastels you bought for spring and still look current for summer.
Pastels don’t have to remind you the Easter bunny. This summer, you can keep the look fresh by taking Derek Lam’s multihued eye color and toning it down to make it wearable. Take a cue from the runway and don’t be afraid to pair strong contrasting colors and always finish off with a good coat of mascara.
Violets and greens look great on medium and darker skin tones. Use pinks and yellows if you have whiter skin. Try taking this look and pairing it with summer’s signature nude lip. This will also let your eyes do all the talking. Play with various color combos until you find the right look for you.