Three Ways to Rock Florals this Spring

With everything in full bloom, we’re feeling inspired by anything floral. So much so that we’ve picked our three favourite ways to incorporate flowers into our everyday looks. In the past we’ve seen OTT flower crowns and bold nail designs. This season we’re all for understated and wearable looks which you can rock anywhere, anytime.

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Image Source: Gillian Shenon

Daisy Hair – it can still be fun to rep a flower crown in full bloom, we are loving the simplicity of this look. Incorporating small and delicate flowers such as daisies or baby’s breath into a textured lob or braid, is the perfect way to get in the mood for Spring!

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Image Source: Monomolove

Perfectly Pretty Liner – Could this eye look be any cuter? While it may look daunting and intricate, this look is actually simple to recreate. If you already own coloured liquid liners, you’re halfway there! Start by keeping the shadow minimal (a nude base and light contour is more than enough) and line the lashes. Then, using your chosen colours, create a flower shape by creating five dots of colour joined together. Take you black liner again and put a speck in the centre and you’ve made yourself a mini floral design!

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Image Source: Angela Lilianac

Stripped Back Mani – there are all kinds of floral manicure designs out there but we are completely taken with this simple look. Keeping a bare nail helps to create a laidback and super wearable mani while a cute and simple nail design adds a hint of spring. Follow the same steps as the eye liner above for this look and simply substitute your liner for nail polish. Don’t forget to cover with a top coat to help your design last!

How are you going to wear your floral looks this season?

Let us know in the comments below!

Main Image Source: Kristy Green

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