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Beauty In Bloom: 5 Spring Makeup Looks

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    This winter's gray slush and gloomy skies were absolutely brutal on our creativity. But, spring? That's a different story. Suddenly, we've found ourselves entranced by the dreamy color combos of the flowers growing around us — and we're taking our makeup cues directly from their petals. Do you really blame us? Mother Nature is the ultimate beauty queen, after all.

    So, with those bright hues in mind, we called in makeup artist Tina Turnbow from Avon to help us match our faces to spring's prettiest blossoms, while hairstylist Clay Nielsen whimsically wove the blooms into our model's locks. And, contrasted against edgy, all-black outfits, these ethereal styles make one thing clear: This season has never looked so damn fine.

    Click through to check them out, because if roses are red, shouldn't your lipstick be, too?


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