With spring in full bloom, it’s time to switch up your beauty routine. Not just with your skincare, but with your makeup. No longer are deep winter hues the beauty status quo. Rather, light, feminine colors that bring to mind a freshness are what we should focus on. Whether you wear makeup every day or just on special occasions, whether you prefer a natural look or something more dramatic, these spring makeup looks are all perfect for your mom beauty routine.

Peach Makeupsource: Keiko Lynn

1. Just Peachy

For a natural look that works on most skin tones, this peach-colored look is gorgeous. It’s simple enough to wear every day, but has enough drama around the eyes to wear out and about. This makeup look would be a great choice for when you’re wearing a bright, colorful outfit that you want to give all the attention to.

Learn how to create this look, and shop peach-perfect makeup products at Keiko Lynn.

Smoky Eyesource: Mikko Rasila via Katja Kokko

2. Spring Smoky Eye

For spring nights on the town, I love this sultry, semi-dramatic smoky eye. It uses fun spring colors without being over the top and the natural lip keeps it classy. Whether you have dinner plans with your man or are hitting a swanky club with the ladies, this look will make you look smokin’ hot.

Get all the details on this look from Katja Kokko.

Gold and Peachsource: Citizens of Beauty

3. Gold And Peach

With a little shimmer, this look is natural and youthful. While gold was the big metallic trend in 2016, you can still wear it in 2017. Or, you can recreate this look by swapping out the gold for this year’s copper. Just stick to a tone that is on the lighter side. This look is best suited for women with warm coloring.

Head over to Citizens of Beauty for the tutorial and list of products that were used to create this look.

Purple Makeupsource: Hey Jessie

4. Pretty Purple

If you’re dark skinned and you want a spring makeup look that will bring out your softer side, a light purple makeup look is really pretty (especially on women with winter coloring). This one incorporates various shades of the color, giving it just enough drama while still looking somewhat natural. You could easily take this look up a notch by doing a darker shade of purple on your lips or doing a dark liquid liner across your upper lash line.

Stop by Hey Jessie for the details on doing this look.

Pink Lipssource: Makeup Geek

5. Pink Lips

If you only have time to apply one makeup product, go with a pink lip for spring. It doesn’t matter if it’s a lip gloss, a lipstick or a tinted lip balm, as long as it is pink. Try to stick to a shade that is practical enough for every day and that isn’t overly dramatic. If you aren’t sure which pink is best for you, check out The Style Spectrum for guidance.

Shop the products used for this look at Makeup Geek.

Leena Kollar

Leena Kollar

Contributing Writer at Life As Mama
I'm a wife, mother and everything else associated with domestic life. I can often be found hiding from my kids to sneak treats (especially ice cream). I love rainbows and naps, and I find any excuse to go to Target. When I actually make it out of the house in real clothes, I document my outfits on my fashion blog, Leather & Lip Gloss. My love for fashion also inspired me to start my own comprehensive style website, The Style Spectrum.
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