Nothing refreshes your look quite like a new beauty trend. Luckily, the spring/summer runways were packed with new ideas. Whether you’re wanting to embrace your natural beauty or add a pretty glow to your complexion, the following three trends are ideal for an easy makeup update. Ready to find out? Read on… Burberry, Roland Mouret, Jil Sander Pre-Highlighting Dewy, barely there complexions were all over the spring/summer runways with Burberry, Roland Mouret and Jil Sander opting for a less is more approach, focusing on achieving a radiant base that looks lit from within. When it comes to giving your skin a healthy, youthful appearance, there’s a quick and easy makeup hack that anyone can master to help you achieve a luminous glow. Enter ‘pre-highlighting’. This simple technique involves using a highlighter under your makeup. Start by prepping the skin with a super hydrating moisturiser, then apply an illuminating liquid highlighter to the cheekbones, across the forehead, down the bridge of the nose and on the chin. Once complete, use a sheer layer of lightweight foundation to allow your radiant base to shine through, et voilá, natural-looking glowing skin that will leave you looking rejuvenated, radiant and rested! Team with glossy lips for flawless results. Shop NowLuminosity Radiant Skin FoundationAUTOGRAPH14Shop NowLuminosity Liquid in ‘Rose’AUTOGRAPH10Shop NowIlluminating BalmStila28 Purple Eyeshadow Are you a fan of the smoky eye? Get ready to back away from the black as this season it’s all about embracing colour with your eyeshadow, and soft pinks and purples are leading the way. Try a light wash of lilac eye shadow for an effortless way to trial the trend. Or, go bold with amethyst or berry shades as seen on the runways of House of Holland and Mark Fast. If you’re willing to try bold and beautiful, use a cream eyeshadow for a highly pigmented look and keep the rest of your make-up minimal to let your eyes take centre stage. Not keen on statement lids? Mimic the models at Balmain and try using a purple liner along the lower lash line for a flash of colour instead. Mark Fast, Balmain, House of Holland Shop NowEye Shadow in ‘Lavander’Diego Dalla Palma13Shop NowLiquid Eye Shadow in ‘Violet Velvet’stila20Shop NowLuxe Quad Eyeshadow in ‘Purple Mix’AUTOGRAPH10 Jason Wu, Chloé, Sies Marjan Pink Blush Add a flirty flush to your base by applying pretty pink blush to the apples of the cheeks for a fresh finish or channel the 80s and try the draping technique as seen at Jason Wu and Sies Marjan. Simply apply a powder blusher high on the cheekbones to contour and lift the face then take it one step further, by blending into the temples and diffusing into your eye area. When it comes to choosing your formula, liquid or cream textures work well on normal to dry skin to add a dewy boost, whilst powder is best for oily skin types. Want to make a statement? Try layering your fluid blusher underneath a coordinating powder to really make the colour pop. Shop NowPowder Blush in ‘ Mat Pink ‘Diego Dalla Palma21.50Shop NowBlusher in ‘Mauve’Diego Dalla Palma24.50Shop NowTwist Up Blusher in ‘Dusky Rose’10 Tuesday tries to ensure that every image we use is credited to the original source. If you believe any credit to be incorrect, please let us know at [email protected].