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By: Abby Penning
Posted: May 4, 2010, from the May 2010 issue of GCI Magazine.
page 5 of 5“There are lots of pops of good color, but overall, the look is meant to appear effortless,” Berry says. “It’s spring, so people still want to look good, but not like they tried too hard.” And Santucci notes, “When talking about trends, it’s important for every woman to find her own place within those trends. That’s where a quality professional comes in who should be able to offer the tips and tricks about wearing trendy makeup in a way that is wearable.”
“It’s important for professionals to encourage people to open up creatively with colors,” Eiseman says, and this season’s vivid, eye-catching shades of spring—pink, purple, yellow, red, green and more—can be played up on the eyes and lips with vivacious pops of intensity, or mellowed using sheer applications and a light touch.
This feature is courtesy of Skin Inc. magazine.
Abby Penning is assistant editor of GCI magazine.