Spring/Summer Eyes

We’re going to start with the feature people most often notice: your eyes!
This spring and summer, eye color is all about being playful with exciting floral-inspired colors.

Eye color isn’t as difficult as you might think, as long as you apply some basic rules:

  • Decide what eye look you want: natural, professional or glamorous.
  • Decide if you want to apply your eye color in twos or threes.
  • Always start with a base shade that covers your entire eyelid.
  • Always use a lighter shade to highlight the area right underneath your brow.
  • If you look in the mirror and are not comfortable with your eye look, just start over.
    (This defeats the purpose of feeling good about yourself!)

I’m going to show you how to do a spring eye look, with some of those on-trend floral colors. (If you want to copy my choices, I’ll be using Mary Kay products.  Feel free to substitute colors/brands to your liking.)

Complete the Look

With a berry-colored blush and pink lip gloss.
Here I used mineral blush in Cherry Blossom and Nourishine Lip Gloss in Fancy Nancy.


This look is great for any occasion!

Well, that’s our first make-up tutorial. Love it? Hate it? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Katie Allen
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I'm a follower of Christ, wife and mom to three great kids. I have an amazing husband who agreed to let me stay at home and raise our wonderful blessings, while he spends his days educating kids on the world of science. I love the written word: reading, writing and the like. I have a B.A. in Communication, specifically Advertising and Public Relations. Living in rural Oklahoma, I love the outdoors, cooking, crafting, spending time with my family and traveling. I enjoy a good cheesecake, a good book and getting a good bargain. I strive to model my life after the example of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, but as a mother, the example of the woman from Proverbs 31 is also something I strive for.

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