With the new year upon us, it is time to think about fresh starts and new approaches. If your beauty routine could use a bit of a boost this year, here are trends that look great on everyone who rocks them with confidence. Try something new on your next night out or make one of these trends a part of your daily look.
Watercolor Pastel Eyes
Leave your smokey eye routine at the door this year and opt for a more feminine color palette. We are loving seeing light pinks, peaches, and purples on the lid and around the eye on the runway and on Michigan Avenue. Try this technique for an after-work happy hour before committing to it as a part of your usual office wear.
Don’t be afraid to add more metallic tones to your makeup routine. You can add metallic colors to your eyes, lips, and nails to stay on point with this trend.
If you haven’t revamped your beauty routine to include more clean and sustainable products, you could be missing out on your next favorite product. Look to eliminate chemicals as much as possible by focusing on more natural makeup removers or reusable products (like facial cloths and brushes).
Serums Are Here to Stay
If your morning and nighttime skincare routines do not include a serum step, you may not be giving your skin what it needs. You can find a multitude of serums designed to suit varying needs, challenges, and conditions from eye puffiness to wrinkle reduction. If you aren’t sure where to start, talk to your dermatologist.
Lots of Color
We are loving that most 2020 beauty trends include plenty of ways to express your personal style by adding color. There is not an “it” color this year, and we have seen examples of subtle pinks to bold blues work as we move into the new decade.
No matter what beauty trend you are going to try in 2020, be sure you have the confidence to pull it off. The experienced team at GOLDCOAST medspa offers a variety of affordable and effective treatments that can help you feel your best. Call us today to choose a treatment that is right for you.
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