Follow suit by keeping it simple with an eyeshadow mono in a chic aubergine shade. Grab your fluffiest eye brush and buff it out over the lid, and then take a clean brush and blend it outward and up to the crease. Finish with a quick coat of mascara, and keep everything else simple for a statement eye that’s worth making.
Why Japan is so wild about cherry blossoms. Mono No Aware is a Japanese aesthetic that might be translated "the impermanence of things." It suggests that things are more attractive that don't last. The classic example of Mono No Aware are cherry blossoms. They bloom in brilliant light at the beginning of Spring and fall within days. In Japan, this is widely considered a beautiful event that symbolizes the temporary nature of all things.
GOLD CHEEKS, EYES, AND LIPS -- "The look of the season is definitely metallic—and if it isn't metallic on the clothes, it is on the face," says makeup artist Pat McGrath. Our favorite shade: gold. Choose a cream shadow and liquid highlighter on your lids and cheekbones, then a gold-flecked gloss on your lips.