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15 Gorgeous Beauty Trends For Spring

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    We know the winter wind's still blowing, but in our book, it's never too early to start gawking at the pretty primpers and rad beauty looks we'll be sporting in the new season. Snow may still be on the ground, but dreaming of bright-orange pouts and floral hair accessories warms our hearts, we can almost feel those spring breezes. (Emphasis on almost.)

    So, whether you're looking to cure your February boredom with a new haircut (perhaps Beyoncé's perfectly textured bob?) or searching for a manicure that doesn't make you look like you're going to a nail-art convention, we've got all of the beauty inspiration you need, right here. Click through to learn every trend that you need to know now — it's going to be your most gorgeous spring, ever!

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