Lauren’s Spring Beauty Tutorial

Lauren’s Spring Beauty Tutorial

Most of the time, I keep my makeup routine pretty natural and simple. Recently, I’ve gotten a lot of requests for a beauty tutorial, and today, I’m happy to share with you a video for my Spring Beauty look featuring products from Lauren Conrad Beauty. I recently created this look for an LC Lauren Conrad photoshoot, and I love it because it feels natural and fresh, yet put together. My everyday makeup doesn’t change much from makeup I wear at photoshoots, so my routine stays pretty consistent. For a look at my Spring Beauty routine, keep scrolling for my video…

Lauren’s Spring Beauty Tutorial

I applied foundation and concealer with a beauty sponge, and added finishing powder under my eyes to set my face makeup. I then used bronzer for a little contour, and the following to complete the rest of my look:

1. Lauren Conrad Beauty The Eyebrow Pencil, $22

I brushed up my brows and focused on filling in my arches. I try to keep it natural so I didn’t apply too much to my brows.

2. Lauren Conrad Beauty The Eyeshadow Palette in Magic Hour, $29

I took the lightest shade in my palette, Buttermilk {top left}, and applied it all over my lid for a light wash of color. I tend to pick the lightest shades in any palette for my eyes.

3. Lauren Conrad Beauty The Powder Blush in Romance, $25

I applied my powder blush to the apples of my cheeks for a rosy flush.

4. Lauren Conrad Beauty The Liquid Highlighter, $26

I then used my highlighter and dabbed it on my cheeks, the bridge of my nose, and my cupid’s bow. It’s subtle, yet really gives my skin a nice glow.

5. Lauren Conrad Beauty The Mascara, $20

I applied two coats of mascara to my eyelashes. I like to wait after my first application to let the mascara dry a little before applying the second coat. I also added in a couple of false lashes since I was prepping for a photoshoot.

6. Lauren Conrad Beauty The Lipstick in Juneberry, $20

Though this color is an intense berry shade, I apply it as a light stain for a berry sheen.

7. Lauren Conrad Beauty The Lip Gloss in Rose Quartz, $18

To top off my lipstick, I applied one coat of Rose Quartz to my lips.

8. Lauren Conrad Beauty The Liquid Eyeliner, $20

To finish my look, I lined my eyes with my liquid eyeliner for a classic wing.

Lauren’s Spring Beauty Tutorial

Pretty simple, right?

I hope you enjoyed my spring beauty look, which is pretty natural and great for every day. Let me know what you think of my look in the comments below, and if you recreate it, be sure to tag @LaurenConradBeauty on Instagram.

XO Lauren

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