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Spring Beauty Trends from New York Fashion Week

September 21, 2011  |  Inspiration

Being backstage at New York Fashion week exposes you to all the new and upcoming trends for next season. No matter how busy the TEMPTU Team is backstage, we are always on the lookout for hot new beauty trends. Here’s a short list of some of our favorite Spring looks.

Silver Crease

Silver creased eyes were all all over designer Phillip Lim’s Spring 2012 runway. This look is all about bringing out your inner edgy rebel. To get the most shimmer out of your shadow apply the silver shade to your eyelid crease and tear ducts using a wet shadow brush.


Pigment Power


Powdered hair was a major beauty trend for our forefathers, but where the colonial quaff was powdered gray or white the 2012 rendition is all about color. For Spring 2012 there are two ways to snag these technicolor tresses; colored powder (Thakoon) and spray on hair color (Narciso Rodriguez). Wile this look isn’t exactly street ready we’re excited to see the off the runway renditions come Spring.

Color Block Beauty


This structured shadow/brow combination that rocked Derek Lam’s runway was inspired by California’s sun-kissed hills and the outstanding homes that dot them. The architecture of the homes is reflected in the strong brow, and California’s sunny rays were reflected in the canary yellow lids.

Monochrome Madness

Want a ultra simple and chic look for Spring? Then the monochrome makeup trend is perfect for you! Featured on both the Anna Sui and Carolina Herrera runways, this look is all about simplicity. To get the look go for either red or orangy-coral colors on the eyes, cheeks, and even the lips.

Starry Eyes


Is there ever a season where a sexy smokey eye isn’t in fashion? For Spring 2012 the traditional smokey eye gets an update inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night. This look is all about creating deep indigo, smoky eyes flecked with metallic touches


1 Comment


  1. Excited to see how this progresses! Awesome page!

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