Use these spring cleaning tips from LovelySkin for a new look in your makeup

Spring cleaning isn’t limited to skin care products. Your makeup should also change with the seasons. Spring cleaning your makeup is a great way to update it.

Change your winter makeup with spring shades. A blush in apricot, peach, or fuchsia will give you a golden glow. Jane Iredale Purified Blush Copper Wind is our favorite because of its mineral formula that creates a subtle touch of color and a natural finish.

Use a pastel shade such as GloEye Shade Lilac to refresh your eye makeup. The neutral eye makeup trend is big for this season. The natural shades of the Stila Eye Shadow Trio Goddess are perfect.

Replace your dark winter lipsticks with a pink shade such as GloMinerals GloLipstick Socialite. This moisturizing lip color has a high-color payoff and a long-lasting formulation.

Switch to a lighter foundation formula if you’re using a heavier one. Colorescience Sheer Creme Foundation is a lightweight foundation that provides sheer to medium coverage and a flawless finish.

It’s time to get rid of the spring shades that you bought last year. You can use these spring cleaning tips to determine if makeup has passed its expiration date.

Liquid foundations can last from three to six months

Cream foundations can last from four to six weeks

Mineral makeup can last up to a year

Concealers last six to eight months

Powders (eyeshadow, blush, foundation, etc.) Powders (eyeshadow, blush, foundation, etc.) can last up to a year

Lipsticks and glosses can last up to a year

Mascaras can last up to three months with proper care. (Don’t pump and close. The lid tightly.)

The eye and lip pencils can last up to a year

What spring makeup colors will you be adding to your collection this year? C.omment and let us know.


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