Spring has officially sprung!Along with wearing lighter clothing, it's also time to adapt your beauty routine for the new season.Just as we look to the fashion shows for new trending styles, therunways are also very telling as to what's on the radar for beauty trends. To bring you this "best ofbeauty"guide, we looked back atthe spring/summer 2015 runway showsand gathered the top beauty trends we thought you might like. Consider this your field guide to warm weather beauty; time to get excited for the new season becausethe runways threw in a few surprises we think you're going to want to try.

1. Bold Liner

Graphic liner, for you, may mean an understated cat eye flick.Or maybe you're the type where the more exaggerated the liner, the better. Whatever your taste,the bottom line is thatboldblack liner is officially in.

Our recommendation: The It Cosmetics No-Tug Waterproof Gel Eye Liner stays in place all day, but doesn't tug on the delicate eye area, even though it's in pencil form. For something more precise, try the Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Liner.

2. Flaming Lips

Will we ever tire of bright, crimsonlips? No, probably not. The good news for spring and summer 2015 is that they aren't going anywhere—and shades ranged from a bold red, to a tangerine orange, to a deep GGDB Outlet berry, and even high-impact, pink shades.

Our recommendation: The gloMinerals Suede Matte Crayonsare packed with good-for-your-lips ingredients and the spring shades are spot on.

3. http://www.goldengoosestar.com/ Undone Hair

Embracing the hair's natural texture—now that's a trend welove.When you think about it, there's a beautiful contrast between spring fashion's bright shades andromantic patternswith this trend of effortless, almost messy hair.The key to making this trend work, according to backstage hairstylist Guido Palau, is to not confuse this low maintenance look with no maintenance. "Hairhas to be a good color, a good length, and in good condition, and then it justworks,” says Palau.

We recommend: Nuance Salma Hayek Buriti Oil Nourishing Shampoo & Conditionerwill keep hair nourished, manageable, and frizz free—plus, the price is right. To hold those braids and un-done buns in place, the Paul Mitchell Extra-Body Finishing Spray will help hair look and feel thickerwhile adding shine. The Living Proof Good Hair Day Night Cap Overnight Protectorgives the hairsome much needed TLC while you sleep.

4. Bare Minimum

When it comes to your makeup base, less is more—and even less is even better. Since makeup should be kept to a bare minimum, there's no better time to invest in a great skincare routine. After you're prepped your skin with elixirs and serums to achieve glowy skin, make sure to keep your eyebrows groomed and your lips hydrated to keep the look pulled together. The perfect finish? Highlight your t-zone, the tops of your cheekbones, and the inner corners of your eyes for skin that truly radiates.

We recommend: You know by now how much we love the bareMinerals Complexion Rescue, which is perfect for those of us not quite ready to bare all. The RMS Un-Cover Up and Living Proof Luminzer are the secret weapons usedto pull off this look in the J. Crew runway shows—and we completely agree that they are fantastic products. For a convenient sculpt and highlight option that is sure to perfect any bare-skinned look, we're completely smitten with the Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow.

5. Negative-Space Manicures

Nude nails have just been taken to a whole new level.This nail trend of "letting a little naked show through" took over the spring/summer runways. To pull off this look, make sure your nails are in great shape and then add as much or as little nail art as you'd like—justmake sure to let your bare nail show through.


We recommend: Since nail care is so important with this trend, try the Essie Apricot Cuticle Oil to nourish and revitalize the nails. An all-in-one tool, like the Deborah Lippmann Smooth Operator Buffer File, will lay the perfect groundwork for a gorgeous manicure. If decorating your nails at home terrifies you, invest in the right tools, and practice,practice,practice! If all else fails, pull out the scotch tape, block off the area of your nails that you wish to be the "negative space," paint nails as normal, and finish by pulling off the tape after your nails are dry.Which trend is your favorite?Whether you take to these trends full on, or just subtly work them in to your everyday beauty look, we'd love to see! Tag us at #TEGbeauty to show use how you've incorporated these looks into your spring beauty routine.sourcescopy: vogue.comfeature image: J. Crewheader image: boutanya photosbody images:1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10