With Spring less than a week away (technically, March 20th ) it’s time to lighten your look and add some bright colors! We like the jane iredale collection, especially the natural neutrals which look good with almost every skin tone. And did we mention that all of the iredale makeup is great for your skin?

This handy dandy ‘selfie’ kit has everything you need to take the perfect pic in a smart three-tiered lightweight compact that you can pull apart for travel. Holding a mini finishing powder, blush, triple eyeshadow, and mirror, it’s so compact you can take it with you everywhere. The translucent powder blurs imperfections, a shimmery peach blush gives a radiant glow and there are layerable shadows for eyes The beauty editors here tried it and the powder and colors flattered all of us, from blonde to brunette.

$58.

 

Don’t need the eyeshadows this trip? Just snap it off.

 

Famous for her lipsticks, the new spring line comes in a sleek, gold tube which can fit in a small clutch. Our fave is the ‘Jamie PureMoist ‘Lipstick ( $25) — a rosy terracotta shade that is super moisturizing and looks completely natural. Made with natural oils and superfruit extracts, it pampers your smacker. Layer it for more oomph or just swipe once to look like you’re not wearing anything (we won’t tell.)

For more punch, try the ‘Content Lip Fixation Lip Stain/Gloss ( $32) — a beautiful matte pink and clear shine duo, handy for switching your look from day to night.

Want a dramatic look with plenty of color? The brand new Mystikol Powdered Eyeliners ($24) pack luscious colors with a clever built-in brush for a perfect line or smudged-out smoky eye. We tested the shadows and they did not BUDGE, even after dancing most of the night. NO fading and NO creasing, which has to be a first.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Punch up your new look with the Springtime finds at jane iredale.

 

 

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Evan Hosie has worked as a Women's Lifestyle editor/writer (expert in the beauty and fashion vertical); created the Pop Culture section for Radaronline.com; never met a gadget she didn't want, and spends waaaaay too much time on Social Media.

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