Are there any makeup products you wear more often during spring?

I don’t think so! I’m usually testing new products, so I definitely find that certain trends (e.g. dewy skin, glossier lips) tend to be more prevalent during springtime so I’ll end up wearing more of those types of products.

— Christine


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katie Avatar

I live in Texas so Spring is about 2 weeks and it starts to get hot. So this is the time of year that I start to switch from cream formulas and use more powders. I also start to switch from satin and cream finish lipsticks to more mattes because the air starts to be less drying. My eye makeup switches from dry eye proof to more “working with my allergies”. On that note, I have to moisturize my nose a lot more. And I super duper crave coral and orange lipsticks and other colors that resemble the new flowers blooming: Royal blue, violet, yellow, green, chartreuse, pink!
I’m excited honestly! Winter is hard!!

Gilad Avatar

I like brighter colors in warmer weather, and probably more sheen. Just put on mint green nail polish which makes me smile as I type away. Will try using bronzer more often as it gets sunnier. (A few came as part of recent palettes, and I’d like to play. After all these years they remain a mystery – never sure I’m doing it quite right…. where should it go again….under…over…on the side of blush…why do ppl put it on their noses…..isn’t it just contour w/ higher shine…etc, May that remain my biggest problem. )

Genevieve Avatar

In our Spring here in Aus – the temperature could be anything from quite cool to very hot – so it depends on the weather as to what my makeup will be. Generally in Spring, I start to wear more jewel shades in eyeshadows and more orangey/ginger tones in lipstick.
And I start wearing lots and lots of sunscreen on my arms and neck. I always wear it on my face.

Jade Avatar

My undertones (or is overtones more correct?) are quite changeable from winter to summer, as I go from fair/neutral to light-medium/warm. So I tend to find I wear warmer tones as the weather warms up – right now it’s going into winter here in NZ, so I’m hoping for my skintone to change enough that I can start wearing pinks more!

Jen Avatar

I might lean toward more bright or softer colors for shadow or lipstick once it starts to warm up but not always. Usually once I get the excitement of warm weather out of my system I start heading back toward my darker shades, especially with lipstick and nail polish. Beyond that, I do everything I can not to wear a lot of foundation, etc. because I heat up crazy easy and that just never ends well.

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