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The Spring Makeup Trends You'll Want To Try This Year

Spring is just around the corner, and we're itching to try the hottest makeup trends of the season.

Looking to the spring 2015 runways, we've rounded up the top spring makeup trends to try this year. From bold pouts to barely-there makeup, there's a beauty look for everyone.

Consider this your cheat sheet:

Temporary Tattoos
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If you love the look of tats but are too afraid to face the needle, try a temporary version instead. This fake ink, as seen at Tommy Hilfiger, will add some edge to your outfit and it's the perfect look for summer music festivals.

Get The Look: Draw on some stars or other shapes with a good waterproof liquid liner, or try these new temporary tattoos from NARS.
Feminine Flicks
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Cat liner is still going strong, as seen at Oscar de la Renta's spring 2015 show. Keep the rest of your face minimal to make your flick really pop.

Get The Look: The perfect cat eye is made easy with this game-changing liner from Benefit Cosmetics.
High-Impact Lip Colour
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Keep the bold lip for spring, but go for a bit of a brighter tone, like this coral hue seen at Carolina Herrera.

Get The Look: Try Maybelline Color Sensational Rebel Bloom lipstick in Coral Burst for a fun pop of colour.
Shades Of Taupe
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Ditch the blacks and blues and go for taupe and brown shades instead. This softer look is still sultry, but more suitable for spring.

Get The Look: Create a bronze-y, taupe eye makeup look using a nude shadow palette.
Pop Of Colour
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Add some extra oomph to your look by adding a pop of bright, bold colour. Try an electric baby blue liner, like the one seen at Fendi, or colour coordinate with what you're wearing.

Get The Look: Fendi's bold blue liner was actually created using leather, but you can get the look by drawing a thick line with regular liner.
No Makeup
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...literally. The models at Marc Jacobs wore nothing but a touch of concealer to hide any blemishes.

Get The Look: Try NARS' Radiant Creamy Concealer for a luminous finish.
Smoky Eye
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Our go-to look for an evening out? The lived-in smoky eye a la Chanel spring 2015 RTW.

Get The Look: Using a smoky eye palette, apply lots of colours, and blend and smudge well. Don't be afraid to be messy. Finish off with a bold brow and nude lip.
Sun-Kissed Skin
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The dewy bronzed look at Michael Kors gives the appearance that you're fresh from a vacay in St. Tropez.

Get The Look: Apply bronzer where the sun would naturally hit your face -- forehead, chin, jaw line, and tops of the cheeks. Start with light strokes, and build up the colour. Use an illuminizer for that sun-kissed glow.
Bleached Brows
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Not for the faint of heart, but if you're bold enough to try the bleached brows as seen at Givenchy, it'll make a pretty sweet statement.

Get The Look: If you just want to try the bleached brow look temporarily, fake it with an eyeliner pencil that matches your skin tone. Then use a spooly brush to apply yellowish concealer. Make sure to keep the look clean, and wipe away any excess product around the brows.
Touch Of Sparkle
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Channel your inner rock star adding a touch of sparkle to your lids.

Get The Look: Apply some glitter on the tops and bottoms of your eyelids, as well as on the inner corners. To remove, do what the pros did backstage at Anna Sui, and use Scotch tape wrapped around your finger.

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