The beauty industry is always driven by what’s the next big trend or what’s currently in style. Here’s a list of evergreen beauty trends to keep up with, whether you’re a beauty enthusiast or a budding beauty entrepreneur!
Inclusiveness of Colour for Makeup Products & Aesthetic Treatments
In a worldwide awakening to be more globally inclusive, the beauty industry has seen an increase of beauty products for people of colour (POC). We’re talking about MAC Cosmetics’ Studio Fix, Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty and Kylie Jenner’s Lip Kits. With 40 different shades ranging from dark to fair, Fenty Beauty even managed to find some extra shade to throw at brands who have always been mostly catering to fair skin people.
Skin treatment for women of colour is now more accessible, thanks to advancement in technology. Aesthetic procedures have been around for decades, but many of the most popular ones—such as laser treatments for faces haven’t been an immediate option for people of colour because they target pigment or emit pulses of energy/heat that may cause hyperpigmentation and scarring in medium and dark skin tones. With the movement towards non-invasive and minimally-invasive treatments that cater to more skin colours, beauty is made possible for everyone!
Product Transparency Becoming The Norm
We’ve all become intrinsically aware of the lasting repercussions that products have on our precious skin. Being “#woke” about products is important, but knowing what goes into the products used on your face is more than a trend. It’s a lifestyle. Knowing what goes into your body like dermal fillers made of hyaluronic acid – a natural component of your skin, definitely reassures one when considering such treatments.
Aesthetic Treatments Becoming Commonplace
Ever since the 16th century, adjusting the human body to suit beauty standards has been the norm. From foot-binding in China to neck rings worn by women of the Kayan people in Myanmar, beauty has been achieved at a great cost.
The days of medieval practices are now gone! However, we can’t escape the signs of aging, but we can definitely do something to reduce it. For example, prescription medications such as the next generation Pure Neurotoxin with Zero Complexing Proteins can help smoothen or soften facial wrinkles..
Organic Is Gold
Considering how much time and effort are needed to keep one’s body strong and healthy, using and consuming chemical-free products certainly put one’s mind at ease. If you’re afraid that this trend might die off soon, worry not as there will always be a niche segment of the population that are always actively finding vegan/organic products for their health benefits.
Going Au Naturale
Harking back to ancient Egypt, there are legends that tell of Cleopatra VII Philopator bathing in donkey milk daily for her complexion. How true? We may never find out. However, the idea of using natural products to maintain youthful still survives to date. Alternatively, hyaluronic acid dermal fillers are an ideal solution for smoothing wrinkles, restoring facial volume and rehydrating the skin. Best part of all, it maintains normal movement, facial expressions and feels natural to the touch!
Moisturise And Rub The Wrinkles Away
Keeping your skin hydrated with moisturising lotion or creams has undoubtedly been a good way to chase away facial wrinkles. Unfortunately, the effects of daily moisturising lotions on your skin may not be long-lasting. With minimally-invasive hyaluronic acid fillers, you may now maintain the smoothness and plumpness of your skin for a longer period of time, with minimal downtime. Hyaluronic acid fillers do a great job in restoring lost volume in specific areas of the face, providing an instant lift and effectively treating moderate to severe wrinkles and folds. Now that’s a beauty secret we’re looking for!
Water, Water And More Water
Often underestimated, staying hydrated helps your body to flush out toxins, keeping you looking fresh and glowy. If you’re consuming all that water with no promised glow, don’t be afraid to ask for a little help from your trusted aesthetic professional.