We're not even two full months into the New Year and it looks like we've already seen some unexpected beauty trends to watch. While it certainly feels like a bias in the space-time continuum is responsible for this snappy arrival of new skin care, makeup, and hair fads, it probably has more to do with the fact that we are all keeping our beauty routines still actively adapting The new normal of spending more time at home, mastering and paying for our mask-friendly beauty practices path pay more attention to the events on social media. Anyway, new trends are there and they are … something.
Okay, last year's beauty trends haven't completely fallen off the map. Curtain bangs are still very popular, as are skin care tools and graphic eyeliners. But unfortunately the internet spoke. I will no longer torment you – keep scrolling for the eight beauty trends ahead of 2021.
It's no secret that the price of a product doesn't always indicate its quality, but lately the internet has been working overtime to prove it. Just as makeup artists have always been quick to find the affordable staples to keep in their kits, social media stars have been busy demonstrating the cheap thrill of helping them create the most epic face beats. Get ready to pick some of your favorite prestige picks through some well-known drugstore mainstays favorites like L & # 39; Oréal, E.L.F. and to replace Maybelline.
It seems like YouTube beauty giants taught us the inverted triangle concealer trick just yesterday. They promised this old school makeup hack would lift and brighten our faces so much better than … whatever we did before, and it wasn't long before we were all on board and tiny pyramids of Apply concealer under our eyes. According to recent studies by the newest class of makeup gurus on the internet, it turns out that our popular triangle method often pulls the eye down because it actually draws attention to the lowest part of the cheek where the tip of the triangle falls. Oops. If you haven't noticed, don't feel bad – I suppose we've all got used to mixing our concealer into our cheeks. But do not worry, because as quickly as the Internet breaks us, it keeps rebuilding us and providing answers to our burning questions. Professional makeup artist and popular TikTok creator Scortezz Beauty is just one advocate of placing a small dab of concealer on the innermost corner under the eye and another dab on the outer corner that is angled slightly upward. Mix it all together and what do you get? A kidnapped face, that's something.
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