One of the many trends for Spring/Summer 2014 is pink eyeshadow which may sound daunting but is spectacularly easy... if you pick the right products! Here I have picked my favourite items that will allow you to translate this editorial trend to your every day makeup.

Don't be afraid to experiment with pink eyeshadows, they are super girly and perfect for Spring. I feel that rosy tones are the easiest way to play and add colour to your eyeshadow, whilst staying in the neutral family. The more daring you feel, the more pink the shadow! 

A Hint of Pink
MAC Phloof Eyeshadow
A very subtle white highlighter shade with pink pearl. Perfect to highlight the tear duct or sweep lightly across the lids to add a subtle sheen with a hint of pink.

Bourjois Colour Edition 24h in Petale de Glace
For those who are afraid of wearing pinks but love taupes, this is the one for you! A mink shade that adds depth and colour to the lid in one simple swipe.

Barry M Dazzle Dust in 39
A peachy shimmer (reminiscent to Mac All That Glitters) that is easy to apply and beautiful on the lids. A wonderful summer option as it adds colour and warmth, all in one.

The Pretty in Pinks
Chanel Illusion D'Ombre in Émerveillé
A beautiful peachy-pink with hints of gold that is girly, sexy and subtle. It adds a nice sheen, without shimmer and is super easy to apply.

Maybelline Colour Tattoo in Pink Gold
For the more daring of you, a  rosy pink shade that you can sweep on and add mascara or use as a base for other colours. This deeper rose shade is great for deeper skin tones.

Wet n Wild Palette in Sweet As Candy 
A light pink option for all skin tones that will add a girly glint without looking like Aunt Sally. A great for dusting on the lids or mixing with other shades.

My tip: Apply it all over the lid, blend and add a ton of mascara. Wear it alone and with pride! Trust me, the compliments will roll in when you mix pink eyeshadow with a drop of confidence.

Will you be trying the Pink Eyeshadow trend?

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