Spring 2014 Preview: Makeup Trends From Maybelline New York

Straight from backstage at the 2014 spring/Summer RTW Runway shows, Maybelline New York reports the latest beauty trends you’ll want to wear this spring

Maybe she’s born with it, maybe it’s Maybelline

Just days after completing its ninth season as the official cosmetics sponsor of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York, Maybelline New York is sharing the latest trends – straight from the Spring/Summer 2014 runways. This season, the brand and its bevy of talented makeup and nail artists, collaborated with some of the industry’s most sought-after designers including DKNY, Mara Hoffman, Rachel Zoe, Tibi, Richard Chai, SUNO, Lacoste and Wes Gordon. The result? Show-stopping beauty looks that will grace the faces and nails of fashionable women everywhere come spring.

Orange lips at DKNY

Orange lips at DKNY

SPRING 2014 BEAUTY TRENDS

Orange Lips and Tips

Bright, almost neon shades of orange will be the go-to hue for spring. Backstage at DKNY, Maybelline New York’s Color Sensational Vivids Lipcolor in Electric Orange was applied to models’ lips, then blotted for a matte, almost stained finish. Brows were groomed and shaped using the brand’s Master Shape Brow Pencil. The rest of the face was left bare. “A flawless complexion is the perfect canvas for standout lips and clothes that steal the show,” said makeup artist Charlotte Willer.

The Look at DKNY

The Look at DKNY

At SUNO, it was all about an electric pop of citrus on the nails. Models wore Maybelline New York’s Color Show Nail Lacquer in Orange Fix, a bright tangerine shade. Backstage at Mara Hoffman, the same vivid hue was used to create a spectrum design on models’ nails.

Vivids played a huge role in DKNY’s runway look. Neon Red was used to create a gorgeous statement lip

Vivids played a huge role in DKNY’s runway look. Neon Red was used to create a gorgeous statement lip

White Eyes

Backstage at Tibi, white eyes stole the show. Makeup artist Alice Lane used an angled shadow brush to draw Color Tattoo Cream Gel Shadow in Too Cool in a smooth, straight line across the upper lashline and out toward the temples. The shimmery white shade was also applied to the inner corners of the eyes, for an ethereal, fairy-esque look. Continue reading