Each season has its own set of trends! Makeup, hairstyle, manicure… Discover this winter’s beauty trends…
This winter is better than ever, the trend is towards more trustworthy consumption and green cosmetics brands are therefore increasingly popular. Dedicated concept stores, new ethical brands, enhanced product composition, and even the biggest brands are getting started. This winter, take care of your skin and hair, but be cautious about what you put on it. No more parabens and other silicones, the trend is for natural, even organic products. Here are some of our favored brands:
- Ilia Beauty
- Suzanne Kaufmann
- Oh my cream
- Biarritz laboratories
Extensions, enhancement, or tinting, this winter, we take care of our eyelashes in a sustainable way for easy makeup and doe eyes. To each their technique! Eyelash extensions allow you to lengthen and thicken your eyelashes, tinting saves you from putting on mascara every day and eyelash enhancement gives them a natural curve that will illuminate your eyes! Each of these methods is practiced in an institute and costs between €50 and €250 for eyelashes at the top for several weeks.
The Shag Cut
In terms of haircuts, this winter, we are going back to the 80s rock version with the shag cut. Layered and tapered lengths that frame the face for a styled/disheveled look that brings pep. It is appropriate for both curly and straight hair and allows you to cut thick and difficult-to-tame hair in the mass.
Return to natural color
If sweeping is still popular this winter, it is much more discreet than on your hair back from the beach last summer. The trend is to return to its natural color and chestnuts are adorned with the most gourmet red or chocolate highlights. In addition, this trend has the advantage of requiring much less maintenance than a color worked like a polar blonde or a flamboyant red!
The “No Makeup” Makeup
In the same vein as the natural trend for your hair color, makeup is discreet in this winter season. We, therefore, work on our complexion with fluid textures and tinted creams rather than with opaque foundations and we play with the light before applying a discreet eye shadow and a layer of mascara, preferably brown for a more natural. Here is our discreet makeup routine:
- Apply a moisturizer;
- Use a tinted base that will prepare the skin before makeup;
- Apply a little loose powder all over the face;
- Apply a little blush on the cheeks;
- Apply a highlighter to the top of the cheekbones, the brow bone, and the bridge of the nose;
- Style your eyebrows with a small brush;
- A little mascara and you’re done!
French Manicure Revisited
On our nails, the trend is color, yes, but no matter how! This winter, leave your nails natural and simply add a touch of color (preferably bright) to the tip of the nail, like a French manicure, but pop! This method allows you to take advantage of this winter’s trendy colors with complete discretion: green, yellow, orange…
The Undone Wavy
As you will have comprehended, naturalness dominates all other trends this winter! Indeed, it is the symbolic look of the casual Parisienne that wins all the points this season. And for your hair, it’s the same! We let our bangs live, we barely do our hair… In appearance anyway! The wavy hair maintains its place as a must this winter, but it wants to be less worked and more rebellious. This trend is one of the most comfortable to adopt since you just have to brush your hair after having made it wavy with a straightening iron.
If the looks are meant to be natural on a daily basis, the same is not true for the holidays! In our eyes, it’s the blue eye shadow that wins the day. As seen on all the Fashion Week shows, the eyelid is electric and rock! The red mouth remains the core of our evening makeup and wants to be frank and well-drawn. If electric blue eye shadow is not your cup of tea, you can opt for a black smoky eye, which is also making a comeback for this end of the year.
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