By: on Oct 21, 2007, 06:29.

Allure Backstage Spring 2008 makeup trend. Colorful shadows  Bright eyes—in nearly every shade of the rainbow—run the gamut from soft to full-on glittery. Nothing says spring more than color which is why this trend is our number one pick for the top trend of the season. Makeup artists dreamed in color this season, dabbing eyes with nearly every shade of the rainbow. Some stuck to a wash of pink and orange on the lids, while others rimmed all around the eyes in energetic shades of green, purple and blue.

Charlotte Tilbury used turquoise glitter on the eyes at Missoni,  “we’re doing something a bit more rock and roll, something a little bit more Kate Moss, a little bit more destroyed makeup. At Michael Kors Dick Page used a violet liner, yellow gold highlight on the brow bone, orange on the outer corner of the eye, pink on the lid “so it looks like a little fruit salad effect”.

Michael Kors said he loved the colors “Dick and I sat down and said this is all about this juicy face, so we are really playing with more color on the eye than we ever have done before. This collection is really about celebrating sunshine and warm weather – optomistic in a word”.

Allure Magazine Editor-in-Chief Linda Wells reports backstage at the top Spring 2008 collections in New York, Milan and Paris. Executive Produced & Directed and written by Karen Morrison, a MODTV Production. For all the hottest beauty news go to Allure.com

AUTHOR BIO

Karen Morrison is an award-winning digital producer, director, journalist and founder of MODTV Fashion Video Podcast at Apple Podcasts, named one of British Vogue's "Best Podcasts of 2017". A freelance contributor at Condé Nast, Karen created the Allure Backstage video series and works with some of the world's most influential brands including L'Oreal Paris, Maybelline New York, and MaxFactor UK. Follow Karen on Twitter, Instagram and Google+

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