5 beauty trends to try for spring 2015


While buying all of the new wardrobe trends for a season can be a expensive and almost pointless task, when it comes to beauty trends you can always be in style!

Many of these beauty trends for spring 2015 can be easily done with what you already have on your make-up shelf. 

Wing it
Black eyeliner and flicks are still bang on trend for spring 2015 so don't give up this YouTube tutorials just yet! From light lines to full-on cat flicks, it's time to stock up on the black stuff!

Fishtail with a difference
If you have just about perfected the fishtail plait but find it always comes undone and looks like you've back combed it by 12pm then fear not because you are on the right track! This season's plait is big, messy and bold!

Minimal make-up
This season's runways were all about the bare face. Calvin Klein's models pulled this off best with an almost bare faced ethereal look. While we would love to believe that hopping out of bed and out the door would render us 'on trend' we have a sneaking suspicion that a lot of effort actually goes into the 'naked' make-up look. Sigh…a girl can dream!

Bold crimson lips
We're not sure if Taylor Swift has had anything to do with these beauty trends but red lips are staying where they are ahead of the style game. 

Statement nails
We love the nail art that is coming into its own this season. Pastels, shapes and minimal appearance, add some gold lines for a serious statement nail. 

all images via Pinterest

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