The "glass skin" trend is still going strong. Achieve this look with a hydrating primer, lightweight foundation, and a dewy setting spray.
Thick, well-defined eyebrows continue to dominate. Use a brow pencil or powder to fill in sparse areas and set with a clear or tinted brow gel.
Move beyond the classic cat-eye and experiment with bold, graphic eyeliner designs. Colored liners are also making a comeback.
Soft pastel shades like lavender, mint, and peach are perfect for a fresh, seasonal look. These colors work well on all eye colors and skin tones.
Bronzer is being used more liberally this season to create a sun-kissed, radiant look. Apply it to the high points of your face where the sun naturally hits.
The sharply defined lip is giving way to a softer, blurred edge. Achieve this look by applying lipstick and then smudging the outline gently with a cotton bud.
Instead of the traditional cut crease, try a "floating crease" with a pop of color or shimmer just above your natural crease line.
This '80s-inspired trend involves extending your blush from the apples of your cheeks up to your temples, creating a draped effect.
A bright inner corner can make your eyes look bigger and more awake. Use a shimmering eyeshadow or highlighter for this effect.
Using the same shades on your eyes, cheeks, and lips creates a cohesive, modern look. Choose a color that complements your skin tone.