Capture the glory of spring with this peachy look

When cheerful blossoms appear on the once barren landscape, the world takes on a brighter hue. Spring makeup takes a cue from the flowers and trees. Peach and coral are two colors that look good on almost everyone. They add warmth to the skin and give it a healthy glow.
This makeup tutorial features everything you need for a complete makeup look. Beige, coral, and brown eye shadow brighten and define the eyes, while bronzer, blush and pinky-peach lipstick round out the look. Keep the lashes natural for this romantic makeup style. False lashes would be overpowering.
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Materials
- Moisturizer (It Cosmetics Confidence in a Cream Transforming Moisturizing Super Cream)
- Pale beige cream eye shadow (MAC Paint Pot, Soft Ochre)
- Eye shadow brush
- Coral-orange shimmer eye shadow (Urban Decay Shadow Box, Freelove)
- Fluffy blending brush
- Dark brown cream eye shadow (Anastasia Beverly Hills Waterproof Crème
Color, Sable)
- Flat shadow liner brush
- Eyelash curler
- Black mascara (L’Oréal Voluminous Lash Paradise)
- Luminizing primer (Benefit The POREfessional Pearl Primer
- Liquid foundation (L’Oréal Infallible Pro-Matte Foundation)
- Fluffy foundation brush
- Liquid concealer (Tarte Shape Tape Contour Concealer)
- Small fluffy brush
- Loose face powder (Coty Airspun Loose Face Powder)
- Fluffy face brush
- Bronzing powder (Benefit The Cheekleaders Bronze Palette, Hoola)
- Peach blush (Pur Cosmetics 4-in-1 Blush Book, Determined)
- Blush brush
- Spoolie
- Brow pomade (Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow)
- Angled brow brush
- Pencil brush
- Matte pinky peach lipstick (Tarte Color Splash Lipstick, Sunkissed)
- Small lip brush
- Setting spray (Urban Decay, All Nighter)
- Golden pearl powder highlighter (Benefit The Cheekleaders Bronze Palette, Cookie)
- Highlighter brush
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Instructions
1. Prepare your skin for makeup by applying moisturizer to your entire face.
2. Apply pale beige cream eye shadow over entire eye area with an eye shadow brush to hide discoloration and create a crease-proof base for your eye shadow.
3. Apply coral-orange shimmer eye shadow to the lid with a fluffy blending brush.
4. Line the upper water line with dark brown cream eye shadow using a flat shadow liner brush. Tip: Place the brush against the lash line and then wiggle it from left to right to deposit the pigment.
5. Curl the lashes with the eyelash curler, then apply 1-2 coats of mascara to the upper lashes. Do not apply mascara on the bottom lashes yet.
6. Apply a small amount of primer to your face and rub it in gently with your hands.
7. Apply foundation to your face with a fluffy foundation brush. Buff the product in circular motions until you have the desired amount of coverage.
8. If you have darkness or discoloration under your eyes, apply concealer to the area with the wand, then buff it into your skin with a small fluffy brush.
9. Tap some loose face powder into the jar lid, then dip a fluffy face brush into the powder. Pat and press the powder onto the skin where you applied concealer to set it.
10. Warm up your complexion by dusting bronzing powder along the cheekbones with a fluffy cheek brush. Tip: To find the edge of your cheekbones, suck in your cheeks, and then sweep the bronzing powder along the upper edge.
11. Apply peach blush to the cheeks with the fluffy cheek brush. Start at the center of the apples and work upward toward the ear in a diagonal line.
12. Groom your brows with the spoolie, then fill in any sparse areas with brow pomade using an angled brow brush.
13. Gently sweep coral-orange shimmer eye shadow below the lower lashes with a pencil brush.
14. Apply mascara to your lower lashes.
15. Perfect your pout by applying pinky peach lipstick with a small lip brush.
16. Ensure your makeup lasts all day or night by spritzing your face with setting spray. Tip: Keep the bottle at least 6 inches away from your skin to prevent the mist from leaving wet droplets on your face.
17. Pat highlighter onto the tops of the cheekbones, along the temples, on the tip of the nose, and above the cupid’s-bow with a highlighter brush. Tip: Tapping the brush against your cheekbone will deposit the color more precisely.
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