In: BEAUTY BUZZ
Beauty Trends To Leave in 2015 + Beauty Trends To Try in 2016
As you leave all your baggages behind, you should unload your beauty arsenal and reset your beauty habits by ditching these faux pas beauty styles as well.
See some of the beauty trends that we should probably leave behind in 2015 in favor of the new, posh beauty trends of 2016.
Left: hairstylecraze.com; Right: harpersbazaar.com
BYE: Messy, high bun
HI: Polished, low bun
I used to be a fan of messy, high buns, until it got misused (Srsly, people? High Buns to formal events? Saw some!); I myself am guilt of this as I wore messy, high buns to a couple of meetings before. Eep! It's so laid-back to the point of being informal if used in the wrong settings. Now I'm finally ditching this I'm-haggard-and-stressed-halp hairstyle behind in favor of a neat low bun that's more neutral in terms of style. Besides, the messy, high bun is not really good to the health of your locks: it forces you to pull your hair up to a ridiculous height, causing stress on the scalp and your hair gets damaged all the time!
Left: royalpampering.com; Right: popsugar.com
BYE: Half Moons
HI: Dotted Half Moons
The Half Moon is pedicure, but a bit limiting because not all people are privileged to have big half moons on their nails while others have none at all. With the dotted half moons, you can create the illusion that you have them with the dotting technique and with a layer of polish beneath; it looks so posh too!
Left: harpersbazaar.com; Right: teen.com
BYE: Deep Berries
HI: Vampy Browns
I will always love berries and it will always be a classic color, but there's no denying that the 90's are back with Brown (specifically dark brown) lipstick heading the pack. Thanks, Kylie!
Left: stylecaster.com; Right: harpersbazaar.com
BYE: Winged Line
HI: Natural Line
This 2016, we are seeing more and more minimalist makeup, hair, and nail polish trends, and the return of the classic line, that line that just goes around your lash lines discreetly. Winged Liner, see you soon.
Left: baretherapies.com.au; Right: skininc.com
BYE: Single Masks
Single Masks are sooo yesterday; time for an upgrade, not to mention a multitasking one, in your masking routine with Multi-Mask; it's a technique that makes use of multiple masks applied on certain areas on the skin in one use; this technique will address your skin concerns accurately, not to mention it's more time saving than using the masks separately within your week.
Which 2015 beauty trends would you like to leave/bring to 2016? :)
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