Say goodbye to cold wintery days and hello to fresh spring breezes! Spring is officially here! With a new season there were many makeup looks on the runway and we chose a few that are wearable and epitomizes spring in our eyes with our Fruit Pigmented makeup.
Fruit Pigmented Makeup
Bright lips with minimal makeup elsewhere are dominating spring looks.
Use our Fruit Pigmented Pomegranate Lipstick Poppy for a bold, classic red lip or Primrose for a modern fuchsia. These lipsticks are jam packed with antioxidants and pigment!
Apply straight from the tube, rub in for lasting power, then apply second layer for intense color.
*Tip- For a matte look, blot with tissue
For eyes, keep it nude with colors like our Fruit Pigmented Powder Eye shadow Flaxseed, Ginger, Vanilla Sugar, Belize, Fiji, or Tahiti.
Simple, graphic cat eyes are always in but many makeup artists created their own interpretations in this season’s runway, we decided to pair this look with the color seen frequently, purple!
Use our Blackberry Liquid Liner made with black tea and blackberries for a perfect combination of a clean, dramatic eye while adding a pop of color. Use our Fruit Pigmented Blackberry Mascara just for a hint of color in the sunlight.
*Tip- outline your flick first then line your whole eye
Using our Lip & Cheek tint in Peach Glow, Posie Rot Rouge or Mimosa Powdered blush for a healthy, dewy natural look that symbolizes youth.
Subtle nail art are dominating this season’s trend; with colored half moons, color pairings and stripes on a clear topcoat, simplicity is taking the lead.
Try our Ridge Filler alone as a matte nude (you can brighten this up with a dot of color or embellish with a simple jewel as seen on the runway) or Aberdeen for a peach nude.
Just a classic simple mono nail will never go out of style.
For a sweet spring look, try our pastels in Green Tea, Seafoam, First Love or Mint
For a bold approach, try Tomato, Juice or Watermelon.
100% Pure’s own rendition
We’ve made our own rendition of the nail trends; pairing 12:51 with Cloud.
Using 12:51 as a base, paint all nails until desired saturation is achieved. Paint a few stripes with Cloud on just a few nails to develop a simple nail art with a contrast of color.