Tangerine, carrot, melon — we're not talking about your grocery list. These are just a few of the orange shades spotted on the Spring 2013 runways. Orange is an unexpected color chameleon that can work with many different skin tones and comes in an array of shades. You can also wear it on eyes, lips, and nails. From subtle to sunlit, we've got 18 ideas to wearing this bright hue this season.
It's finally time to take your feet out of hibernation. But before you slip on toe-baring footwear, book your first pedicure of Spring. Not only will your feet appreciate some much-needed TLC, but also, your toes will get to flaunt a trendy new shade. Click through for our top 10 favorite new bottles worthy of your first pedicure of the season.
Yellow: it's the color of the sun, marshmallow Peeps, and sunflowers, making it the ideal shade for Spring makeup looks. Admittedly it's also the hue of caution tape, so this trend may be reserved for the more daring set. But on the Spring 2013 runways, we saw a number of cool, creative, and just plain cheerful options to wearing the bright style. From hair to nails (and everything in between), discover new ways to wear lemon-toned shades this season.
Even though it's been Spring for a few weeks now, the weather is finally warming up. But before you pull out your shorts and floral dresses, give your gams and other body parts a warm-weather once-over. Click through to discover the must-have hair removal buys that will give you smooth skin fast.
The onset of a new season means an onslaught of newly launched Spring makeup collections. From bright eye shadows and bold lip colors to muted pastels and neutral tones, see what Spring 2013 has to offer. With so many pretty palettes and colorful shades to be excited for, you'll want to click through and see them all.
While you're going through old clothes and scrubbing floors for a Spring-cleaning, your vanity essentials deserve some much-needed maintenance, too. Beauty can be a dirty business. Taking the time to clean out stray hairs, dead skin, and product buildup will not only keep your rituals bacteria-free, but also lengthens the life of your tools. Find out how to Spring-clean everything from your tweezers to your blow dryer filter when you click through.
Spring may be in full swing, but chances are your complexion is still stuck in Winter's sallow state. Strategic use of self-tanners and makeup provide the easiest ways to get a hint of color without the sun's harmful effects. And whether you want a brightening glow or just need to create the illusion of longer legs, the right body bronzer will get you what you need fast. Shop these 10 buys to find something for the beginner, the nature-conscious, and even the apprehensive tanner.
Now's the time to start whipping out those unapologetically bright, bold nail colors. We're giving you a run-down of April's most lust-worthy new lacquers. See which new Spring shade (or two) you'll want to add to your growing collection. There might be too many good ones to pick just one.
At the Company You Keep premiere last night, attendees showed off an array of petal-pink lip colors that are right on trend for Spring. Instead of neon magentas or chalky pastels, the stars took a more natural and rosier approach to lip color. Anna Chlumsky chose a gloss that enhanced the color of her lips and paired it with natural eye makeup. Camilla Hansen went for a girlie take on pink with a pastel dress complemented with a flush of pink on her lips and cheeks and a dramatic curled tendril. But Girls star Zosia Mamet added some edge to her look by opting for a matte carnation lip color paired with smudged black eyeliner. Whether you go natural, girlie, or edgy, adding a pop of pink to your lips is universally flattering.
Spring is officially here, which means it's high time to start stocking up on your pastels. Softer makeup shades are ideal for the changing season, but that doesn't mean you have to break the bank. Not sure where to start? Click through to see some of the most affordable pastel beauty buys around.