With Easter Sunday coming up, do you already have your go-to Easter makeup? We want you to look elegantly beautiful on this special day so we’ve rounded up 5 looks you can try!
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I’m sure you are more than aware of the fact that Easter isn’t the best time to wear your smokiest eye makeup or dark purple lip. Instead of taking the risk, play it safe with some looks that range from neutral to pink to pastel.
1. Kelly Strack’s Easter Makeup Tutorial
Who knew that doing a natural glam look is possible? This Easter Sunday, you can go glam and natural at the same time.
Of course, this isn’t really the best time to go full-on glam, especially if you’re having Easter dinner with the family. But in this tutorial, you can get the best of both worlds!
For this look, the eye makeup really does seal the deal. Pick a neutral color of your choice and apply it to the lids. Since this is a natural glam look, you can do a bit of a smokey eye, but do not overdo it.
Adding a bit of drama is the false eyelashes, which is really optional. I prefer wearing just mascara for events like this, but if you like wearing falsies, then go ahead! For the face, just keep it simple with light contour and highlight.
2. Lauren Curtis’ Neon Pink Lips Spring Easter Makeup Tutorial
Let’s not forget ladies that Easter Sunday falls on the spring season, which means that it’s a-okay to add some pop of color to your look. If the first tutorial puts the spotlight on the eyes.
In this one, we’re putting the spotlight on your pout! To get this look, you have to go really simple on the face. Apply your foundation, concealer, and powder as usual.
On the eyes, just pick a really light color for the lids. Add depth to the eyes with an eyeliner. Since the eyes are very simple, wake it up with several coatings of mascara on your upper and lower lashes.
Finish off the look with neon pink, fuchsia, or hot pink lipstick. And there you go, you have a basic, simple springtime makeup that’s Easter Sunday appropriate too!
3. Christen Dominique’s Soft Spring Easter Makeup Tutorial
For women with tan skin or olive skin, this is the Easter makeup you’d want to try. I really like it since the look is soft and fresh! That eyeshadow also looks great on everyone.
How to do this? The tricky part is in the eyes, actually. You have to create a gradient effect, which means that you have to blend eyeshadow above the crease as usual. You’d also want to extend it further outward.
The topmost eyeshadow must be in the shade of pink and you must blend it carefully. You don’t want to have any harsh lines as you’re going for a gradient effect, remember?
For the lips, you can go for a nude matte lippy, but one that won’t make you look pale. Do the usual contouring and highlighting. Be careful not to go overboard especially if you have an Easter luncheon.
4. Emma Catherine’s Everyday Look-Inspired Easter Makeup Tutorial
Now for those who want to ditch the drama, you’d be happy to go for an everyday natural look for Easter Sunday. But still, that doesn’t mean that you’ll look pale as a ghost. It’s just about knowing where to add color to still look fresh!
Apply foundation and concealer like you normally would. As for the eyes, pick a champagne shade for the lids. You can use a darker color for the crease, but it’s best to keep it light all around.
Line the eyes with black eyeliner and finish off with mascara on both the upper and lower lashes. For the lips, go for something nude but a shade that won’t make you look flushed.
5. Kallie Kaiser’s Natural Glowy Easter Makeup Tutorial
What better way to do that than to rock a no-makeup makeup look that will still make you look glowing! This look is very simple to do. For the most part, you just have to apply makeup lightly.
There’s no need to go full coverage here. For the eyes, an eyeshadow close to the skin will suffice, but we suggest you use a shimmer one. There’s also no need for eyeliner, just make the eyes pop with mascara.
For the lips, a nude gloss will do as well. But let me tell you, to pull off this look, you will definitely need to highlight. Highlight the forehead, bridge of the nose, cupid’s bow, chin, below the brow bone, and on the apples of your cheeks.
That’s the best way to get that natural glow for this soft look.
Easter Sunday is a time you’d like to spend with loved ones. More than parties and good food, it’s celebrating the true meaning of Easter together with your family and friends.
While this isn’t the best time to go for dramatic and super glam looks, just have fun doing spring makeup that’s all about the natural colors and glowing skin. Make these looks your go-to spring makeup as well.
Happy Easter everyone!
Which of these Easter makeup looks is your favorite? Let us know in the comments section below!
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on April 7, 2017, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.