When it comes to beauty, what to do for spring? Well, designers have a few tricks up their sleeve.
Jason Wu perfected the no-makeup makeup look. Peter Copping sent down flawless, long and sleek ponies at Oscar de la Renta. Have you considered channeling the singer Sade, like Céline? Here, 10 tricks you can borrow from the spring collections to try now.
“The long, sleek ponies at Oscar de la Renta with the sweet black ribbon. Actually, I’ve already stolen it.” — Jane Larkworthy, Beauty Director
Oscar de la Renta Spring 2016. Photo by Olivia Locher.
“A seemingly effortless, but still sophisticated ponytail paired with a killer red lip and strong brow is the epitome of chic.” — Vanessa Lawrence, Features Writer
Oscar de la Renta Spring 2016. Photo by Getty Images.
“The darkly stained, moody lips at Emporio Armani and Anna Sui go against what one traditionally thinks for spring, and I love that!” — Kristin Auble, Research Editor
Emporio Armani Spring 2016. Photo by Getty Images.
“Long, clumpy eyelashes à la Marni. I might have to schedule an appointment with Yoshi at I-Plaza for that.” — Karin Nelson, Senior Features Editor. Marni Spring 2016. Photo by Getty Images.
“When it gets hot and humid, I’m really going to regret my curly bangs. A
Ruth Bell buzz cut a will be a wishful next trend to try…” — Emilia Petrarca, Associate Digital Editor
Isabel Marant Spring 2016. Photo by Getty Images.
“A golden eye puts me in a summery mood, even if I’m a season ahead.” — Grace Fuller, Jewelry Editor Tommy Hilfiger Fall 2016. Photo by Getty Images.
“My #summergoal is a true no-makeup makeup look. I update our beauty editor at least twice a week on my skin’s progress — we’re almost there! Just this red lip, and I’m on my way!” — Sharlyn Pierre, Researcher
Jason Wu Spring 2016. Photo by Getty Images.
“Blue lids and a chic barrette will make me a Marc girl. I already have the grease.” — Mia Adorante, Assistant Beauty Editor
Marc Jacobs Spring 2016. Photo by Getty Images.
“Valentino served some serious braids, and a natural face. I’ll be channeling the latter.” — Rickie De Sole, Fashion Market and Accessories Director
Valentino Spring 2016. Photo by Getty Images.
“Céline’s Sade-inspired look is what I want to channel this spring.” — Sarah Zendejas, Associate Fashion and Market Editor
Céline Spring 2016. Photo by Getty Images.