Now is the time to spring clean your style – beauty, hair, fashion & all

Pregnant woman wearing a red floral maternity dress

March has arrived this week, and here in London we have seen the sun for the first time in what feels like at least 6 months! Yes, it seems like spring has finally sprung: The sun is out, the birds are singing and flowers are starting to bloom all over! Here at Seraphine, we think that now is the perfect time for a good spring clean – and no, we’re not talking about dusting the top shelves and turning the mattresses! Now is the time to spruce up your style and start incorporating a few of the new season trends into your beauty regimes, hair styles and fashion choices!

To give you a sneaky head start on the latest looks, we’ve put together our ultimate guide to all things spring style:


Spring Beauty


Spring makeup trends for pregnancy


Good news expectant mamas, this season is all about the glow! If you’re lucky, this may be coming naturally at the moment, but if not, it’s easy enough to fake with a touch of tinted moisturiser and a little illuminator across your brow bones, cheek bones, the bow of your lips and anywhere else that you want a little boost of light.

We love the Vapour Organic Beauty Trick Stick Illuminator which is all natural, organic, not tested on animals AND gives a lovely natural looking glow.



Our favourite new season eye make-up trend is all about lightening and brightening white eye shadow and liner. Not only is this look fresh and on trend, but it is also a great trick for opening up your eyes and making them seem wider. For a day when you need a little extra oomph, why not try a pop of acid green or cobalt blue across your lids just above your lashes.

We love Lily Lolo’s range of pure mineral vegan eye shadows which are completely free of harsh chemicals! Try their ‘Angelic’ shade for a shimmering white finish.



This season is all about soft berry shades on the lips for a natural feminine look. The aim here is to achieve the perfect balance – not too glossy and not too matte – in a beautiful believable berry shade.

100% Pure lip and cheek tints are all natural and coloured with real fruit!



Spring Hair


Maternity cocktail dresses for special occasions front and back view

Whether your hair is long, short or somewhere in between, it’s all about loose relaxed styling with a high-shine glossy finish this season. Wear long hair in loose natural mermaid style waves, or tie it back in a romantic messy plait. For mid-length and shorter hair, a relaxed lived in look is the way forward – effortless and ever so chic. Whatever your length, why not try an extreme side parting for a fresh new look!

We love the Shiny Clean Shampoo and Conditioner from Balance Me, made in the UK with 97.5% natural ingredients and giving a naturally clean and glossy finish.



Spring Fashion


Pink and white maternity dresses by Seraphine


Nothing screams spring style like fashionable florals and this season has it all! Ranging from the delicately dainty to the bright, bold and brassy, the trick is to find the floral style that suits your mood!

Blue Floral Maternity Maxi Dress

Cherry Blossom Silk Chiffon Maternity Dress



Pink has been a massive colour trend this winter, and it looks like we’ll all be in the pink a little while longer, as the trend is set to continue into the spring! The muted tones of winter are being brightened up for the new season, so look out for lively shades in candyfloss and coral!

Coral Maternity Cropped Jeans

Peach Linen Maternity & Nursing Top



The biggest trend we’ve spotted for this season is peek-a-boo sheer panels and floaty see-through layers. But don’t panic, this doesn’t have to be as risqué as it sounds – why not try a sheer blouse over a cute maternity camisole!

White Chiffon Maternity Top

Graphite Grey Sheer Pintuck Maternity Blouse


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