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Summer 2019 Make-Up trends that are set to steal the show by Purnima Goyal, beauty and makeover expert, Silverine spa and salon

Summer 2019 Make-Up Trends that are set to Steal the Show By Purnima Goyal, beauty & makeover expert, Silverine spa & salon
Bygone are the days when make-up was all about winged eyeliner and glossy lips. Summer 2019 has added so much more to it. Here’s all that you need to know! The beauty trends have seen a paradigm shift this season as fashion connoisseurs revamp their vanity box with a tinge of ethereal beauty, some glitterati stardust and myriad hues of pastels and
The summer runways took the traditional spring make-up look of bright and dewy skin, bronzed cheeks, and shades of pretty pastels a notch higher, by complimenting it with pops of electric pink of the
lips & lashes, metallic foiled lips, and speckles of golden glitter. The designer runways in New York,
London, Milan, and Paris enhanced the glam quotient by surpassing the conventional. Here are the top- most trends that you must watch out for Spring 2019:
The ‘Metallic’ Smoky Eyes
Smoky eyes are no more about dark shades like black, blue or green, but about hazy shades of metallic colors like golden, bronze and silver. The British-born make-up artist, Diane Kendal developed the aesthetic smoky eyes look in Runways by blending the eyeliner with a golden color to make it look sensational. Supermodel Naomi Campbell was recently seen donning the bronze-hued smoky eyes with sleek brows and a Hot Cocoa lip shade. American actress Jennifer Connelly also came to the limelight for her subtle silver smoky eyes in a gala event.
The ‘Poppy Pink’ Lips
The perfect plump skin with poppy lips is here to stay in Spring 2019. With a precisely contoured face and a dollop of pink gloss on the lips, you can carry any attire smartly. Not only this, Tom Pecheux recently created a simple monochromatic look with cool-toned pink eye shadow and a lipstick and blush duo that was a more neutral, sophisticated pink. The eyes and lips complimented each other aesthetically on the Giorgio Armani runway, with a glossy pink-mauve shade covering both. Eminent designer Ulla Johnson gave an all-new definition to the ‘pink’ tale with bitten pink lips, a touch of pastel pink eyeshadow and pink mascara on the lashes. The American singer-songwriter and actress, Mandy Moore caught attention on the red carpet with her satin pink pout and pristine blush.
The Art of Subtle ‘Base’
This Spring season, superstar artists like Pat McGrath, Val Garland, and Lisa Eldridge were seen keeping
the skin foundation-free at international runways. They instead opted to use just a touch of concealer or some blurring primer only on the spots where it was quintessential. If still desired, you can opt for an organic foundation according to your skin type. The trend of liquid or cream luminizer to get the natural sheen is seen to be dominating the make-up and beauty trends, 2019. Cheekbones and foreheads are highlighted softly and the models at Victoria Beckham stood testament to the same. A similar kind of
ultra-natural glow look worked well, especially for freckled models, at Michael Kors.
 Other make-up trends like a scattering of gold glitter across the eyelids, the acidic lime eyeliner, Victorian-inspired natural look, a flush of cream blush, graphic cobalt eyeliner, and cherry-red vinyl lip will be seen making a statement this season. So, it is time to revamp your vanity box and stay abreast with the latest make-up trends. After all, you deserve to look the best version of yourself!
Barkha Arora

She has been there and done that. After graduating from Delhi University she completed her diploma in Journalism from Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan, Delhi. Down the line, she completed her internship with National Herald and Akshar Bharat, multilingual newspapers successfully and went on to Join Mainline Business daily, Business Standard newspaper. She has also dabbled in image management and brand consultancy. Apart from being a prolific writer on lifestyle entertainment, lifestyle, travel and politics remain her forte.

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