6 Spring Beauty Trends You Can Wear Now

Jessica Alba, Kate Mara and more preview the next big beauty trends.

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Spring 2013 Beauty Trends

We may be shivering in our winter boots, but it’s never too early to start thinking about spring. While you may have to wait until the weather gets warmer to wear many of the fashion trends from the Spring 2013 runways, you won't have to wait to wear some of spring's top beauty trends.

From braids and makeup to nails, we're rounding up all the next big waves in beauty that you don't have to wait another day to try.

The Spring 2013 runways were all about braids, brows and being bold. Big eyebrows made their way back into the scene so put away your pluckers and start embracing your brows. And, under those bushy brows were electric eye shadows. Vibrant blues, hot pinks and bright marigold hues often winged out and forming funky geometric shapes for majorly punchy peepers.

As for hair, a sweeping side part was seen strutting down many runways. This simple style is an instant update for spring. Feeling more adventurous?

Dreadlocked strands made a debut if you’re willing to go sans shampoo for the ultimate in hippie-chic. Somewhere in the middle? Braids are still big, so you’re safe this season.

With such dramatic makeup, the trend for nails is soft and neat. Light hues make for pretty hands, and pink, nudes and even white keep manis soft for spring.

Find out how to pull off all the best beauty trends for spring here.

Which spring 2013 beauty trends are you most excited to wear? Share your favorites below.


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  • Communication

    Put gel in your hair when you braid it. This keeps loose hairs from flying around and shining the look of the braid. Put a dab of hair gel on the tips of your fingers, and apply it to any stray hairs. Once all the stray hair is flattened, run the tips of your fingers down the braid to get it completely smooth.

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    When combing or brushing the hair, always begin with the bottom layer of your hair, and work upward. Work out knots carefully and slowly so as to not damage your hair. As you work out knots, you can start doing slow strokes from the roots to the tips.