To break away from all this snow and boring cold weather, spring is coming and will challenge our creativity-or spark it.  I’m excited about the fresh new spring collections just in time for the upcoming warmer days.

Thanks to a few of my favorite makeup brands, they’ve gifted us with a burst of floral inspired colors to add some flirty fun to my makeup routine.  Here’s a sneak peek at a few of the eye shadow collections that will be hitting beauty counters this spring.

Magnificent Metals for a vixen

Stila 2014 Metals Spring Collection

I wouldn’t say this exactly is in the realm of floral inspired eyeshadow but I would say it’s a pop of color. Stila has recently created a new eyeshadow that can be applied with your fingers and give a foil like appearance. In other words, it’s glittery but pigmented and can give whatever look you would like. Also, they’re great for a great “girls night out” or a wonderful city escapade.

See The 2014 Metals Foil Collection by Stila Cosmetics – $32

Fantasy of Flowers by MAC for a Showstopper

MAC Fantasy of Flowers 2014 Collection

If you’re a girl who’s daring and not afraid of too much color  then the MAC’s “fantasy of flowers” collection. Well, maybe just look at the pigment pots. The pigment pots captures all the “it” colors of this spring, which are  lily-white, Chartreuse, violet, and a pink pearl. All the pots have a depth of color and draw attention to the eyes.

See the Full MAC Fantasy Flowers Spring 2014 Collection – $16

Kat Von D Esperanza Palette for a Dainty Girl

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This palette is more for the kind of gal who’s a little subtle or someone with a more refined taste. I say this because the shades in this palette are mostly pastels. There’s a combination of soft mattes and bold shimmery shades. They’re great for a darling lunch with friends or a perfect afternoon at your favorite restaurant.

See more of this Collection at Sephora Online – $36

This spring will have an eclectic taste in color and I hope to spot you ladies in one of its trends.

Happy Spring!