While we excitedly anticipate new fashion trends to roll in every season, another part of watching the shows on social media thrills us just as much: runway beauty! So much color! So much blush! Skin, skin, skin! And because it's spring/summer, the trends are way more wearable on our shores and in our weather. Even better, our fave local celebs are starting to wear these looks as well—we check out their IG accounts for runway-to-real life inspo.
1. Cherry Pop Lips on Angel Locsin
We love it when celebrities are experimental with their makeup! This juicy look done by celeb MUA Anthea Bueno that reminds us of the Trussardi lip is an easy one—use a nude lippie all over, and a darker pink or red lipliner to precisely shade the inner part of your mouth.
2. Embellished Hairclip on Anne Curtis
It's a hairclip revival! Remember all those cute barrettes you used to wear? Well, they're perfect to pair with your new blunt bob, just take a look at Anne's interpretation below. We especially love this pearl one from Simone Rocha.
3. Soft Smoky Eye on Claudia Barretto
You're never too young for a smokey eye, if done right. A lighter, more playful hue like this metallic green à la Emporio Armani looks super cute on Claudia.
Pro tip: Always finish with a gold highlight in the middle or on the inner corners of your eyes to keep the look bright.
4. Blush as Contour on Nadine Lustre
Nadine ditches contour for blush worn high on the cheekbones—cute and coy, like this look from the Fenty catwalk. Strategic blush placement can actually replace your sculpting routine, if you apply it like this.
5. Wine Red Lips on Georgina Wilson
The wine red lip is totally a classic beauty look, as seen on both Georgina and the Dolce and Gabbana runway. Try using a clear lipgloss on top of your ultra matte lipstick for more comfortable wear and an updated, more youthful look.
6.Graphic Cat Eye on Martine Cajucom
We love Martine's strong, fierce cat liner à la Marc Jacobs—it takes guts to wear this statement look. Make sure your clean lines don't smudge by applying your liquid liner after you've primed your upper lids and lightly set your lower lids with powder.