Beauty Makeup Switch Up Your Makeup! 5 Lightweight Products to Update Your Spring Vanity By Sheryl George Sheryl George Sheryl George is a NYC-based writer and editor. She covers all things hair, nails, makeup, and more. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on March 31, 2014 @ 09:55AM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Courtesy Spring cleaning isn't just for your closet anymore. Just as you wouldn’t wear your thickest cashmere sweater in April, it’s time to trade in your winter essentials for new spring staples. That's why we're cleaning out our makeup bags to swap our heavy winter products for sheer, lightweight versions built for the warmer temps. Click through our gallery to shop each product now! 01 of 05 TOSS: LIPSTICK TRY: A LIP STAIN Courtesy "I love dry lips," said no woman ever…but most stains tend to leave our lips parched. This emollient formula from TopShop ($16; topshop.com) gives off a glossy sheen that eventually fades into a gorgeous stain, and lasts for hours. 02 of 05 TOSS: FOUNDATION TRY: BB CREAM Courtesy The lighter formulas, like Estee Lauder's ($38; esteelauder.com), provide a bit of moisture without feeling too heavy or sticky and most versions contain SPF to protect from strong rays. Try using a shade deeper than your complexion to help warm up a pale winter complexion. 03 of 05 TOSS: POWDER BLUSH TRY: CHEEK STAIN Courtesy Powder formulas can feel a bit heavy, but this featherweight liquid ($48; spacenk.com) creates a subtle rosy stain that blends easily and stays put. Plus, the click style dropper delivers the perfect dose. 04 of 05 TOSS: BODY BUTTER TRY: LOTION MIST Courtesy Swap out rich hydrators for a lightweight lotion spray with ingredients like glycerin and vitamin E which help revitalize scaly legs in time for #skirtseason ($8; drugstore.com). 05 of 05 TOSS: CREAM CLEANSER TRY: GEL FACE WASH Courtesy Milky cleansers can be great for dry winter skin but when the temperatures rises, switch to a gel cleanser for a deeper clean that helps eliminate shine. We like Garnier's version which contain charcoal to help draw out dirt and oil.