5 Beauty Trends That Will Be Big in 2018

5 Beauty Trends That Will Be Big in 2018

Clear skin, minimalist eyes and nude lips are three trends that will set the skin mandate this season. A subtle no-makeup look is something you must go for this year. Anushka Sharma has proved less is more for all brides-to-be by going minimalistic with her look at her wedding. This season is also about experimenting and shaking up your standard make-up box. Rohit Murgai, Head Beauty and Hair Category VLCC, has rounded up a few beauty and makeup trends that will define the year 2018. 

Makeup mandate for eyes and face

Long lashes
Long lashes

Super long lashes with glossy lids are the flavor of the season. The demand for lash extensions will swamp the market in 2018. Imagination on liners will run wild with eyeliners being used of varied shapes. For the dewy finish on your face, a liquid foundation will be used for highlighting and defining the facial features. The finish gives an almost wet look. Heavy bronzing and highlighting will make a way out.

For those luscious lips

The glossy lips will take charge and glow up a cold morning. Keep it clear for daytime, but add a bold color for your night time look. Bold lips, dark colors, berry-hues and two-toned lips are the colors of the season. Apply gloss for the perfect spot this season. Brides should not shy from wearing dark pink and purple pouts as it is all about contrasting looks this season. In lipsticks, matte will cede territory to its creamy counterparts. 

Lustrous Hair must complete the look

Healthy hair
Healthy hair

Sleek and lustrous hairstyle will speak confidence as opposed to messy ones. Tight parting, padding and hair donuts and sausages will lend you that bohemian look in a short span of time. Also, natural hair will be in. So, forget all those hair styling products and concentrate all your efforts on getting healthy natural hair.

Semi-permanent makeup will be 2018’s makeup calling card

With semi-permanent makeup, you can look and feel more beautiful 24 hours a day, 7 days a week wherever you are. Even when you’re swimming or at the gym! Whether you want fuller looking or more defined eyebrows, long-lasting eyeliner, a beauty spot or to cover scars, beauty therapists will apply semi-permanent makeup. Saving a lot of time in the mornings, being care-free towards eyebrow shape, a perpetual illusion of big and perfect eyelashes are some of the typical attributes of semi-permanent makeup.

Perfect Pout

Perfect Pout
Perfect Pout

With lunchtime cosmetic procedures gaining ground, an increasing number of women are now turning to non-surgical lip-enhancing treatments. Less invasive with minimal downtime, these procedures are fairly simple, yet prove to be effective. Lip enhancement procedures improve the lips by making them fuller, more defined and youthful. Non-surgical lip augmentation is performed with dermal fillers like Juvederm. Generally, these are very brief procedures. The latest non-surgical lip enhancing treatments are lip border definition, lip volumizing and lip tattoos.


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