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    A FASHIONISTA has shown fans how to get an "instant boob job" with just three strips of beauty tape. Maddie Thomas revealed the hack in a video which has racked up tens of thousands of views on TikTok. 3Maddue Thomas showed the hack to friendsCredit: TikTok/maddiejosephinee 3The Spidertech tape fan has garnered more than 168,000 iewersCredit: TikTok/maddiejosephinee She captioned her clip: "How to use boob tape for strapless tops or bandeaus using Spidertech beauty tape!" 3SIZE UP I’m a fashion expert – how to get an ‘instant boob job’ with just three strips of beauty tape, https://www.tiktok.com/@maddiejosephinee/video/7111802279849741611?is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1,Credit: TikTok/maddiejosephinee In the clip, she explains how to get an "automatic boob job" with the help of just three pieces of body tape. She says: "Using 3 strips of tape, lift breast and pull across tightly. "Extend farther and use more strips for larger boobs." READ MORE FROM TIKTOK THIGH & DRY I’m mid-size & tried the TikTok hack to stop chafing but there was an issue'LAME!' Teen Mom Kailyn slammed for 'bad' parenting after sharing 'embarrassing' TikTok Online audiences...
    A tattoo artist has shared her client's cosmetic freckle appointment to covey how different healed freckles look to when they have been 'freshly' done. Daisy Lovesick is a tattoo artist living in Brisbane, Queensland, and she specialises in placing 'faux' freckles on the cheeks, forehead and chins of her eager bare-faced clientele. 'Here are some healed constellation tattoos on my beautiful client Rahnee,' she wrote on one of her latest videos posted to TikTok.  'We did these about 12 weeks ago and Rahnee loves them so much she flew all the way to Brisbane from Tasmania to get some more added in. Daisy Lovesick is a tattoo artist living in Brisbane, Queensland, and she specialises in placing 'faux' freckles on the cheeks, forehead and chins of her eager bare-faced clientele @daisylovesick Freckle tattoos healed vs. fresh! ???? #freckletattoo #zodiactattoo #healedtattoo #facetattoo ♬ Lo-fi hip hop - BADMYTH 'This is our mapping... I've used a brown sharpie today so Rahnee can really visualise what she was getting and this is them fresh. 'I think this is a really beautiful example of...
    WHILE TikTok videos are typically only between 15 seconds and three minutes in length, many users share beauty hacks and tutorials on the app. One popular TikTok trend is known as the "glass skin" look. 2TikTok is a popular place to share beauty tips and tricks What is the 'glass skin' trend on TikTok? Finding its roots in Korean beauty, the glass skin trend focuses on various products and techniques to make one's skin seem perfectly smooth and shiny. Although tips and tricks can enhance the effect of the glass skin look, many experts recommend the help of a healthy diet and exercise. How do you achieve the 'glass skin' look? When it comes to the appearance of glass skin, many steps and skincare products are required. First and foremost, you must cleanse your face. Read More on The US SunPUSHING PERFECTION Learn all about the 'golden ratio' hack on TikTokTIME MACHINE Everything you need to know about the 'wrinkle patches' trend on TikTok By thoroughly washing your face, you guarantee a fresh canvas to work...
    ALONGSIDE treatments like Botox and fillers, eyebrow lamination has become one of the most sought-after beauty procedures in the world. Promising a runaway-ready look every morning, it is no wonder why thousands book this appointment - and amongst them was Cassie, a mum-of-one. 3The laminated brows Cassie was hoping forCredit: TikTok/cassie_0181 3The major beauty fail has been liked by almost 240,000 people on TikTokCredit: TikTok/cassie_0181 However, things didn't quite go to plan, as the 21-year-old took it to TikTok to share the epic beauty blunder. In a video, which has since taken the internet by storm, racking up a whopping 1.6 million views, Cassie showcased the brows she thought she'd be rocking after the treatment. The snap revealed another person's eyebrows before and after the lamination process - which made them go from thinner-looking brows to sleek and more defined. Wanting to achieve a similar result, the mum decided to get hers done as well - though she didn't specify whether it was done by a professional. read more hair and beauty storiesHAIR THIS I dyed my eyebrows with Just...
    Makeup artists have revealed a clever hack for getting perfect foundation every time.  Mixing foundation with hyaluronic or polyglutamic acid is the new beauty trend taking TikTok by storm.   Viral videos have shown how adding a few drops of serum to foundation and mixing before applying achieves a dewy, flawless finish while helping your skin.  Scroll down for video  Mixing foundation with hyaluronic or polyglutamic acid is the new beauty trend taking TikTok by storm TikTok beauty guru Kylie Larsen recently jumped on board the trend showing how her foundation blended seamlessly after adding polyglutamic acid @kyliekillzzzz Reply to @freya.christine My favorite drugstore moisturizer! AD ???? @theinkeylist #theinkeylist ♬ original sound - Kylie Larsen RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Why devastated parents blamed themselves after losing their... Childcare worker, 24, reveals how she dropped 67kg in just... Aspiring nurse's heartbreak after friends abandoned her when... Shopper spots a $29 buy at Kmart that looks VERY similar to... Share this article Share TikTok beauty guru Kylie Larsen recently jumped on board the...
    Experts have raised safety concerns about a TikTok beauty trend that has seen young women disfigured after creating DIY tattoo freckles. Videos posted on the social-media platform show people using needles to inject dots of henna or black ink across their nose and cheeks, which is believed to have been inspired by the Duchess of Sussex’s natural freckles. But clinics have reported an increase in the number of women needing expensive tattoo removal treatment after botched jobs that trigger allergic reactions and run the risk of permanent scarring. Clinics have reported an increase in the number of women needing expensive tattoo removal treatment after botched jobs Laura Kay, a London-based permanent make-up artist who specialises in applying eyebrows, eyeliner and lipstick, said: ‘I wouldn’t advise that you get tattoo freckles done. People who do tattoos at home without a licence are known as scratchers, and that’s not legal. ‘Tattoo artists must have a licence, and DIY tattoos pose a real risk of HIV or hepatitis.’ Bottles of black ink, advertised as ‘DIY Tattoo Fake Freckles’ sell for as little as...
    ALONGSIDE procedures like lip fillers and eyelash extensions, brow lamination has become one of the most sought-after beauty go-tos. Desperate to jump on the sleek brow trend was also Maymoona Ahmed, a TikTok-famous beauty guru. 4She believed not everyone can pull the bushy brow look offCredit: Tiktok/@hijarbie_doll In a clip on social media, Maymoona, whose TikTok username is @hijarbie_doll, shared some snaps of her quite drastic-looking eyebrow days. ''Can you believe I left the house looking like this? ''My eyebrows!'' she exclaimed in horror in the video, captioned #caterpillarbrows. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED ''Soap brow, laminated brow, bushy brow...Some people can pull this look off beautifully,'' she said whilst inserting an example, before sharing some looks which she thought were fails. Maymoona admitted that she wanted to try this trend after seeing it pop up on social media: ''You want to be a part of it because you think it looks amazing. ''Truth is - not everybody can pull these trends off,'' she explained, adding that one needs to have a ''certain...
    THERE are so many skincare products and treatments out there, it can be so hard to know which ones are best for our own skin. And with everyone having a different skin type, from dry to oily, there really is no 'one size fits all' option to getting that much sought-after 'glow'. 5There are so many skincare hacks, it can be hard to know which ones to followCredit: Getty Things are made even more confusing by the thousands of hacks recommended to us on sites like TikTok too. From 'slugging' to 'icing' - there are so many new beauty hacks gaining millions of views online. However, proceed with caution! Here, Waleed Taleb, an aesthetician at Vera Clinic, reveals the TikTok beauty trends you need to steer clear of, and explains the reasons why... Slugging One popular viral skincare trend is called "slugging", which involves coating your face in an ointment, often Vaseline, to moisturise your skin overnight. 5TikTok fans have started covering their faces in ointment before bed, in a trend known as 'slugging'Credit: @edwardzo/Tiktok Most read in...
    From Seventies-inspired makeup to sleek Y2K hair, beauty and lifestyle experts have shared the trends set to dominate in 2022.     Speaking to FEMAIL, UK stylists, wellness gurus and fitness influencers have explained how people will be placing a bigger focus on self-care, at-home treatments and hollistic wellness, amid the stress of the pandemic.  In hair, the influence of the early Noughties reigns supreme. One stylist predicts a return to 'done' hairstyles, after years of more natural looks.  When it comes to makeup and aesthetics, there will be a focus on natural beauty, a bronzed, glowing look, and a step back from invasive procedures.  Here, FEMAIL rounds up what you need to know...    HAIR: BACK TO THE NOUGHTIES  Mark Hill said Y2K hair styles such as the one Dua Lipa (pictured) had on the Versace runway will gain popularity throughout 2022 As in fashion, Y2K is set to dominate hair trends in 2022, alongside the classic bob.   One of the defining styles is the ultra sleek down do, as seen on Dua Lipa on the Versace runway.  Hair specialist Mark...
    Beauty experts are warning against trying out a TikTok trend which involves applying sexual lubricant to the skin as a makeup primer.  The hashtag #lubeprimer has racked up more than 10.4million views on the video sharing app and beauty influencers around the world have rushed to deliver their verdict.  The theory is that lubricant contains silicone and water, which, when applied to the skin, will create a smooth, slightly sticky base that helps make up last longer. @ameliaolivia09 Thought I’d hop on the trend ib: @Rady #lubeprimer #makeuphacks #testingmakeuphacks ♬ original sound - Amelia Olivia Beauty experts are warning against trying out a TikTok trend which involves applying sexual lubricant to the skin as a makeup primer. Amelia Olivia, a beauty influencer from the UK with 389,000 TikTok followers, was among those who demonstrated the trend Amelia was pleased with the results (pictured with makeup) but said she wouldn't use it again British influencers Cara Downtonn, pictured, was surprised by how well the lubricant worked The beauty influencer said it helped her apply her makeup smoothly and felt good on her...
    WE always thought we'd stop at nothing to achieve a glowing skin - acid toners, retinal serums, you name it. But you know where we draw the line? Using LUBE as a primer. 4Rady kickstarted the lube as primer trendCredit: TikTok/@itsrady 4She insisted it made her skin look dewyCredit: TikTok/@itsrady Because believe it or not, this is the latest bonkers beauty trend taking TikTok by storm. Social media star Rady went viral last month when she filmed a tutorial where she slathered her face in Durex's Aloe Vera lube before applying her base. When questioned by fans, the beauty vlogger insisted it gives the skin a dewy finish. She claimed: "One of its key ingredients is propylene glycol. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "It binds water and pulls in hydration to the outer skin layer. "It helps give the skin a hydrated, dewy appearance." Most read in Lifestyle'DO SOMETHING' Thomas Markle will 'sue childish Meghan & Harry' to meet grandchildren'PECKING ORDER' Kate Middleton 'SNUBBED' two senior royals in 'cruelly blunt' displayLOVIN' IT McDonald's fan...
    Millennial pink has long be hailed the colour of a generation, lending itself to catwalks, interiors, nail colours and food that became plastered all over Instagram feeds. But like many millennial trends it's dying out in favour of a younger, cooler alternative - Gen Z Green. So-called Generation Z - those born from 1996 to 2012 - are showcasing lime and sage clothing, furniture, beauty packaging and more, with the colour symbolic of young people's passion for sustainability - and their love of 'gender neutral' shades.  Celebrity fans of the trend include Billie Eilish, 19, who famously sports bright green hair and nails, as well as Dakota Johnson, who proudly showed off her sage-coloured kitchen in Architectural Digest. The trend of wearing hue aligns with Gen Z's values of being 'impactful and creative' and wanting to 'make a statement' according to pop culture expert Nick Ede, who says there's nothing Granny about the 'mood-boosting' Granny Smith colour.  Going green! Iris Law stuns in acid green at a London Fashion Week Party last month. The Gen Z poster girl is showcasing one...
    WE’RE all guilty of using the occasional filter, or photoshopping out a blemish or two but according to these blokes, their girlfriends have gone to the extreme. A new TikTok trend has seen men share the stunning Insta-glam shots of their model-worthy girlfriends before they met, compared to how they look now that they’ve ‘settled down.’ 5A new TikTok trend has seen bloke's share glamorous shots of their girlfriend compared with how they look "off duty" and even Victoria's Secret Angel Romee Strijd is not immune 5Anna Von Klinski was a far cry from her blow-dried profile picture as she chowed down on bread sticks Each video is accompanied by a voiceover which says, “Ugh waiter I ordered this, I don’t know what I got.” Each video begins with the bloke’s 'catfish' wife or girlfriend looking their best compared to them in their loungewear, normally enjoying a snack. Francesca Farago, who appeared on Netflix’s Too Hot To Handle, was one of the first to hop on board the trend. She shared a video of her boyfriend comparing a glamour shot...
    PATCHOGUE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Police say perfume thieves have struck again on Long Island, stealing thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from an Ulta Beauty store. This latest incident happened around 8:30 p.m. on July 10 at the store on Sunrise Highway in Patchogue. READ MORE: New York City Restaurant Week Returns Monday With Even More Offers Police said two men walked out with approximately $3,500 worth of perfume and took off in a silver Nissan Altima. (Credit: Suffolk County Police) As CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reported exclusively last week, this is part of a growing shoplifting trend across the country. “I’d say it’s organized, its brazen, and it’s a trend nationally, and certainly a trend out here,” Suffolk County Police Chief of Detectives Mathew Lewis told Gusoff. In Suffolk County alone, Ulta stores have been hit more than 25 times this year – one of them twice in a day. READ MORE: 4-Year-Old Boy Critically Injured After Being Struck By Dirt Bike At Queens Park Ben Dugan, president of the Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail, said theft is up...
    WE’VE seen many beauty trends over the years - but the latest seems to suggest that less is more. Celebrities from Katy Perry to Kim Kardashian are “removing” their eyebrows in a new beauty trend. 6Celebrities, such as Katy Perry on American Idol, are showcasing the 'no brow' look as the latest beauty trendCredit: Instagram While many people have been perfecting and drawing attention to their brows in recent years, now you may wish to make them disappear altogether. Of course, you may not wish to actually remove the hair, which is where the bleach or skin-coloured make-up comes in handy. The end result is certainly striking and will stand out on your Instagram feed. Here are some of the stars rocking the missing brow look… 6Queen of glam Kim Kardashian has flaunted the brow-free look on her InstagramCredit: Instagram 6Megan Barton-Hanson became a 'sexy alien with a faux bleached brow' for a shootCredit: Instagram 6Lottie Moss has proved she is a fan of the look tooCredit: Instagram 6Roxy Horner looked radiant when she showed off bleached browsCredit: Instagram 6Lizzo...
    More On: celebrity trends Pelvic cutouts are the wild new way stars are showing skin For stars like Kim Kardashian and Rihanna, it’s a single-button summer From Madonna to Megan Thee Stallion: The cone bra is making a comeback Kendall Jenner, Normani and Ariana Grande love these leather pants The latest Hollywood beauty trend has all eyes on stars’ brows. In sharp contrast to the bushier arches that have long been in fashion, celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Maisie Williams are bleaching their way to barely-there brows. Lizzo was the most recent A-lister to experiment with a dramatic dye job, enlisting makeup artist Alexx Mayo to transform her eyebrows earlier this week. “We constantly have this ‘parking lot’ of ideas and this was something I have been wanting to do for a while,” Mayo told Page Six Style of the “Truth Hurts” singer, who paired her pale arches with a matching platinum pixie cut. “A few days before, I found this image of a ’90s supermodel … I showed it to her and she loved it, so I told...
    Flower Knows made its owners — both in their 20s — multi-millionaires in five years. They are part of China's fast beauty culture, the new frontier of the make-up industry. Flower Knows/ Taobao Chinese makeup companies are forging ahead, producing quality products much faster than their Western counterparts. Some Chinese brands take just three to six months to create and launch wide-ranging product lines. They sell these new products to a wide e-commerce consumer base, at a fraction of Sephora's prices. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Flower Knows. Perfect Diary. Judy Doll. Florasis. If you don't live in China, you've probably never heard of these make-up brands — but together, they made several billion dollars in revenue in 2020, bucking a COVID-era trend that saw Western beauty brands losing at least 10% of their revenue last year.  The secret to their success is simple: new is always better. These brands take just three months to conceptualize, launch, and manufacture a product line, and they're selling it on Chinese e-commerce platforms like Taobao at drugstore prices. This...
    Experts have praised Queen Letizia of Spain as 'trend setting' and 'relatable' after the royal became the latest high profile woman to embrace her natural grey hair during the Covid-19 pandemic. The mother-of-two, 48, has been showcasing her salt-and-pepper locks on recent engagements, with strands of grey visible across her dark hair.  The move comes months after influencers and stars around the world began eschewing their hair dying routine during quarantine, includng  Four Weddings and a Funeral actress Andie MacDowell, 62.  Stylists told FEMAIL the former journalist was 'embracing her authentic natural beauty' by letting her grey hair show, with celebrity hair stylist Tom Smith saying: 'Lockdown has helped Queen Letizia get used to her natural tones and she is feeling empowered and confident.' Experts have praised Queen Letizia of Spain, 48, as 'relatable' after the royal became the latest high profile woman to embrace her natural grey hair during the Covid-19 pandemic The mother-of-two, 48, has been showcasing her salt-and-pepper locks on recent engagements, with strands of grey visible across her dark hair (pictured left, in...
    TIKTOK is a veritable font of hacks, tricks and tips for savvy viewers in search of shortcuts. When it comes to beauty, hair, cleaning and home, there is no end to the techniques you can pick up in the bite-sized videos - but experts are warning against trying this latest one. 3TikToker @agbe_ shows off the tools she will use for her hair transformationCredit: Tiktok / @agbe_ Polish singer @agbe_ released a video of her dying her hair at home with just two simple items. The sapphire-haired influencer added a vibrant pink stripe to her locks using just a pair of hair straighteners and a bottle of perfume. She started off by dousing the straighteners in scent and then blew on them, presumably to remove the moisture. She then ran them through a chunk of hair revealing a pink stripe of colour previously not visible. 3The influencer runs the perfume-sprayed hair straighteners through her hairCredit: Tiktok / @agbe_ 3The hair straighteners transform her blue hair to a bright pinkCredit: Tiktok / @agbe_ Wowed by the home-beauty technique, flocks...
    More On: TikTok TikTok accused of failing to protect children’s privacy, safety TikTok’s parent company scraps deal to sell app to Oracle ‘Gorilla Glue girl’ seen sporting new post-surgery look What is Gorilla Glue? The sticky subject of the viral video, explained This douse of wax is a horror show. Clout-seeking fools are getting their entire faces waxed in a new viral TikTok trend that outraged dermatologists are deeming dumb and dangerous. Alarming videos of the harebrained skin-smoothing procedure have collectively amassed tens of millions of views on TikTok. The latest clip, posted by Kapsalon Freedom barbershop in the Netherlands, shows a barber caking a patient’s face — including their eyes — with gloopy green wax as if casting a mold for the “House Of Wax” horror movie. He even has wax-dipped Q-Tips stuck in his nose to extract pesky nasal hairs. @kapsalonfreedomboxmeer #Voorjou #fooryou #viral #viral #viral #viralvideos #voorjoupagina @boef ♬ origineel geluid – Kapsalonfreedom Another wince-worthy vid shows the rogue beautician peeling the beauty batter off another patient’s face in one piece like a...
    Little wonder our skin is feeling parched. Winter is usually tough enough, with the endless drying-out by central heating, but this year we are stuck indoors most hours of the day. And if we do venture outside our faces must contend with freezing winds and the coldest weather in a decade. Thankfully, there is a new ingredient now supercharging skin potions — electrolytes. Yes, the same refreshing and hydrating compounds found in sports drinks could be just what your dehydrated skin needs. When you remember that skin’s primary function is to keep stuff out, it’s no surprise that the skincare industry has a tough job getting good-for-it substances inside. That includes moisture, which has a tendency to leach out of upper skin layers and evaporate from the surface. This can leave you feeling tight just hours after applying your face cream. Inge van Lotringen tests beauty products on sale in the UK containing electrolytes (file image) Yet natural hydration should be easy. Skin has an intricate web of minuscule channels called ‘aquaporins’ permeating its layers, whose job is to...
    YOUNG makeup fans have caused quite the stir with a bizarre new beauty trend which has them enhance or sometimes create dark under eye bags. The aim is to “normalise” tired eyes as a result of the "bad sleep schedules millennials have", but many joke they have bags naturally and don't need to fake it. 7Beauty influencer Sara Carstens started the tend in December and shared a tutorial showing how she creates dark under eye circlesCredit: @saracarstens/Tiktok Beauty influencer Sara Carstens, 19, went viral in December after she showed herself smudging a chubby brown pencil under her eyes. The model and content creator then blended the colour with her finger to make it look like she has dark circles. In the interview The New York Times, the teen said dark circles can be “beautiful” and added her generation are “all tired and have bad sleeping schedules” anyway. Women, and men, have long been using concealer to hide their dark circles, so, naturally, it's taken many by surprise. 7After applying a chubby brown pencil she blended the colour...
    South Dakota voters said yes to legalizing marijuana. But a judge ruled it’s unconstitutional. Robinhood legal scrutiny seen as fintech opportunity Are EYE BAGS the new beauty must have? © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Beauty counters are filled with products that promise to get rid of dark circles, which have long been seen as unsightly and undesirable. But Gen Z beauty fans are learning to embrace their eye bags, with some even going so far as to use makeup to make them darker. Led by British beauty influencers like model Sara Carstens, 19, teenagers and 20-somethings have taken to TikTok to share videos of themselves applying lipstick or eyeshadow to the skin under their lower eyelid to create the illusion of heavier shadows. Her dark circles video has been viewed more than 7million times since it was posted in December and has prompted others to show off their take on the trend, including Abby Roberts, a beauty influencer and content creator from Leeds who has more than 15million TikTok followers.  © Provided by Daily Mail Led by influencers...
    THERE are some celebrity fashion trends we know for a fact that we'll never be brave enough to try. Skyscraper heels, thigh-high slits and "naked" red carpet dresses are just a few we've given a hard pass over the past year... although that might have a little something to do with the fact we rarely bother getting dressed in lockdown. 9Demi Rose is a fan of the extreme underboob trendCredit: Instagram That said, there's a bonkers new celeb style trend doing the rounds on social media - and let's just say, it's not for the faint-hearted. Stars such as Sophie Kasaei, Demi Rose and Anna Vakili have all jumped on the extreme underboob trend that we've dubbed the "Boob Scoop". Fancy giving it a go at home? Then you'll need a cross-neck halter neck and nerves of steel. Guaranteed to rack up the Instagram likes (no pun intended), this super sexy trend gives a flash of cleavage while just about covering your modesty. 9Sophie Kasaei rocked a red halter neck topCredit: Instagram 9Lateysha Grace proved this trend isn't for the...
    LIP fillers are expensive, painful and take months to go back to normal if you change your mind. So when one bloke heard you could get the look of fuller lips without going through with the procedure, he jumped at the chance. 3A man used erection cream to get fuller lips - but doctors have warned against itCredit: TikTok/@jerrybmaldonado Using an unusual beauty hack he'd seen in a film, TikTok user Jerry Mal shared a video of himself smearing erection cream over his lips - but the clip has been met by warnings from doctors. He said: "Basically, I saw a movie where a girl put erection cream all over her lips and it made them really big, so now I'm going to try it. I forgot what film it was." While applying the cream, Jerry added: "It kind of tingles. It's not terrible, but we'll see." In the clip, he returns with the cream slathered all over his pout, but quickly removes the product when it becomes too sensitive. 3His lips look noticeably larger and more pouty after...
    For D.C.’s street vendors, this Inauguration Day was barren of customers — but also a relief Gov. Larry Hogan presents a $49.35 billion budget for fiscal 2022 These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Getty / Anna Efetova What Is "Hanbang" Skin Care? This K-Beauty Trend Is Becoming Mainstream BUY NOW $15 Essences and treatment ampoules infused with unconventional ingredients like snail slime. Meticulous 10-step regimens and "glass" skin. The beauty routines like "slugging" taking over TikTok. We've borrowed more than just a few skin-care trends from the Korean beauty space, and judging by our ongoing fascination with the K-beauty world and the abundance of practices, trends, and products still yet to make their way stateside, that's not slowing down anytime soon. Given the worldwide emphasis on wellness over the last few years, it makes sense that the next wave of K-beauty skin care will be about "hanbang." For the unfamiliar, the term refers to...
    Colorful eyeshadow is a 2020 trend that the pros love. Lia Koltyrina/Shutterstock Insider asked makeup artists, beauty-industry pros, and dermatologists for the best and worst beauty trends of 2020. One expert said bold, colorful eyeshadow works well with face masks. Makeup that has beneficial skin-care properties is also a winning 2020 trend.  One pro is hoping eyelash extensions disappear in 2021 because they can be hard to maintain and come with risks. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. This year has been full of changes, and beauty trends have been no exception.  Insider asked makeup experts and dermatologists for their favorite beauty trends of the year so far, plus which ones they'll be happy to leave in 2020. Read on to see the best and worst ones.  Bold eyeshadow can perfectly complement a face maskDoreen Bloch, executive director of the Makeup Museum in New York City, told Insider that bright and bold eyeshadows are one of her favorite makeup trends of the year.  "Thanks to mask wearing in 2020, the spotlight has been placed on the eyes,"...
    All quarantine, I’ve been playing a fun game called, “Do I Want Bangs, or Is Nicole Kidman Gaslighting Me?” The swoopy, straight-from-the-roller disco 1970s curtain fringe is certainly having a moment on screens (see: The Flight Attendant). Microbangs that leave half the forehead exposed work to evoke a certain period (Beth Harmon in The Queen’s Gambit) or attitude (every girl on my Instagram feed who pulls off the tough style, despite it all—I see you and respect you). But what about classic, straight-across bangs? Chalk it up to the fact that I came of age at the height of Anne Hathaway’s career: I have always been a sucker for the piecey, eyebrow-grazing variety of fringe. On the day Joe Biden officially won the presidential election, I lost an (extremely civil) debate with my stylist and co-founder of NYC’s Maverick Salon, Liz Wright. When I came in asking for the bangs, she talked me out of the look. We eventually settled on a face-framing curtain bang. I love it—when I am home and do not need to wear a mask....
    A new trend has emerged among beauty lovers for slathering their faces in Vaseline or thick petroleum jelly and leaving it on overnight in a bid to wake up with glowing skin. The Korean trend, dubbed 'slugging', coats the face in a thick layer which imitates the slick, slimy trails left behind by a typical garden slug.   The user typically wakes up with a glowing complexion and the skin appearing smoother and softer. Beauty lovers are slathering their faces in Vaseline or thick petroleum jelly and leaving it on overnight in a bid to wake up with glowing skin (pictured after following Korean skin regime) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Do YOU think this lunchbox is unhealthy? Mum sparks debate... How to make an antipasto Christmas tree: Mum-of-two Jules... Avoid puffy eyes and breakouts this Christmas: The five tips... Teacher, 34, creates simple recipe for 'ridiculously good'... Share this article Share The Korean beauty trend, dubbed 'slugging', entails coating your face in a thick layer of petroleum jelly,...
    Jacob Blake leaves hospital, enters rehab center Pandemic accelerated an already booming market for personal chefs Bella Hadids New Bangs Are the Breakout Hair Trend of 2020 Routine trims, stubborn cowlicks, and forehead breakouts are a few reasons why bangs are such a high-maintenance look. But curtain bangs, the long, center-parted fringe made famous by Brigitte Bardot, are the exception. © Provided by Instyle Rosdiana Ciaravolo/Getty Images Given that curtain bangs are less work than blunt or baby bangs, they're the perfect option for anyone who's always wanted to try bangs, but needs something more low maintenance. And that's exactly they're trending on both TikTok and Pinterest. This style is also the easiest way to grow out full-on fringe, because they can be blended seamlessly into the rest of your layers. RELATED: Everyone Is Getting These Low-Maintenance Bangs Take Bella Hadid's fresh face curtains for example. The supermodel low-key debuted a new hairstyle on Instagram just days before her 24th birthday. On top of adding bangs to her style, it looks like the model added extensions for extra length,...
    Trump heads to Walter Reed, the hospital for presidents, war heroes, Supreme Court justices 6 Adored Local Restaurants That Have Just Closed Their Doors What Are Soap Brows? Everything You Need to Know About the DIY Beauty Trend In a perfect world, we'd have flawless brows that have our desired fullness, length, and color. Although that's not the case for most of us (except for the lucky few), there are, fortunately, products and services that can give us the eyebrows we desire. If you're looking to drop some cash, you could opt for microblading, a semi-permanent tattoo, or brow lamination, a more affordable and less permanent option. But with a pandemic going on, you're probably more interested in something you can do at home. (That's less expensive than both of those options, by the way.) Well, you have another choice, and that's taming your hairs with the soap brow technique. What Are Soap Brows? If you're unfamiliar with the term, it's exactly what it sounds like—you apply soap on your brows. "The goal is to achieve a thicker fluffier...
    Fact check: Too many factors involved to say teachers are safer in class than at Walmart McDonalds Travis Scott campaign is a brilliant marketing ploy that creates massive buzz — without adding a single menu item Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra $1,394 per month in retirement Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Jenny Jin for PureWow Monday: Sky Blue Outline Day one: I spend the better half of an hour scrolling through Robin Black’s Instagram feed for inspiration to get started. I ooh and I ahh and then I remember that I have to recreate one of these looks myself, so I decide on a simple sky blue outline around my eyes using a cream eyeshadow. I’m most pleased that it matches my pajamas. Get the look: Stila Double Dip Suede Shade Liquid Eye Shadow in “Beach Wave” ($24)
    Poll: Coronavirus fatigue may be setting in as more see pandemic as economic crisis Four iconic NYC restaurants closed by the pandemic Jamsu is the new Korean beauty trend women are obsessed with © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Women are now submerging their faces in water after they have applied their makeup, in a Korean technique known as 'jamsu' - which promises a flawless, lasting look. 'Jamsu', which loosely translates as 'to submerge', is designed to help tackle oily skin by making the skin matte, and it also claims to make your makeup transfer-proof to ensure an even and long-lasting look. To try the technique, all you need to do dunk your face in a bowl of cool water after applying your makeup for 15-20 seconds.  Scroll down for video  © Provided by Daily Mail Women are now submerging their faces in water after they have applied their makeup, in a Korean technique known as 'jamsu' - which promises a flawless, lasting look (pictured after) © Provided by Daily Mail 'Jamsu', which loosely translates as 'to submerge',...
    New Yorkers pant with relief through masks as gyms reopen Wingstop CEO sticks by plans for new stores, hires as industry struggles Mochi Skin is the Newest J-Beauty Trend thats Replaced Glass Skin From K-beauty's 10-step skincare routine to J-beauty's more minimalistic approach, skincare trends are increasingly looking East for clearer, more even-toned complexions. And with glass skin promising nixed pores and skin so clear you can practically see through it, it's no wonder beauty buffs are willing to dish out all of the lotions and potions required to achieve that goal. But there's a new skincare trend on the block and it involves your favorite Japanese dessert, and it's called mochi skin. © Provided by Hello Giggles Getty Images Inspired by the deliciously plump Japanese rice cake, mochi skin is everything dewy glass skin is not—although the two do share some similarities when it comes to maintaining even skin. "While both glass skin and mochi skin are variations of smooth, even, and clear complexion goals, mochi skin emphasizes the three-dimensional qualities of bouncy, plump, smooth skin that appears...
    Hot from the beauty obsessives of Tokyo, and endorsed this week by a top U.S. medic, the latest skincare trend is the exact opposite of indulgent. It's not labour intensive, it's not exclusive, and it doesn't cost a single penny. Welcome to skin fasting, which sees you ditch your entire skincare regime — from cleansers and moisturisers to make-up and even soap — in order to enhance your natural beauty. If the idea of allowing your skin to go entirely au naturel makes you nervous, imagine how much fear it strikes into the heart of the beauty industry. The average British woman spends an estimated £570 on skincare every year. And yet the theory that giving your skin a rest allows it to repair and rejuvenate itself, leaving it more glowing than ever, is gathering an increasingly sizeable and fashionable following. Welcome to skin fasting, which sees you ditch your entire skincare regime — from cleansers and moisturisers to make-up and even soap — in order to enhance your natural beauty What's more, the past few months of home...
    Michael Cohen to be released, storms threaten havoc, Taylor Swift: 5 things to know Friday An Unknown Salmonella Outbreak has Infected Over 100 People in 15 States What Is Blackfishing? The Controversial Beauty Trend You *Don’t* Want to Get Behind Why can’t you just leave it in the past? Blackface doesn’t happen anymore. Sure, minstrel-show Blackface of the late 19th, early 20th century may be in the past, but just like other types of racist behavior, it’s evolved and modernized. So, no, we haven’t exactly left it behind. Take Blackfishing, for example. Coined the modern-day Blackface, this trend has made its way through social media, especially in the beauty world. Here’s everything you need to know about Blackfishing and why it’s so problematic. Can we start a thread and post all of the white girls cosplaying as black women on Instagram? Let’s air them out because this is ALARMING.— Wanna (@WannasWorld) November 7, 2018 What is Blackfishing? Blackfishing is when non-Black folks “fish” for features that make them appear Black, mixed-race or racially ambiguous, like altering skin...
    Florida marks McDonald’s is pausing dining room reopenings as covid-19 cases spike Can We Please Make Frog Nail-Art the Next Big Animal-Print Beauty Trend? © Courtesy of Instagram/@fleuryrosenails If we nail-art fanatics love one thing above all else, it's animal prints. Leopard, tortoiseshell, and crocodile nail art have all become trendy in the past year — but let me make a case for something else: frog nails. I'm not talking about the kinds of frogs you're likely picturing right now (the spotty green ones with bumps all over). I'm talking about tropical ones, like poison dart frogs. They can have spots, splotches, and even stripes — in all sorts of bright colors (primarily red, yellow, orange, blue, and green). Translate that to nail art, and you've got yourself a manicure that equal parts vivid, edgy, and unique. Some of Instagram's most creative nail artists have taken the wild and colorful patterns of these frogs and transformed them into some super vibrant manicures. It's not a full-blown trend just yet, but I'm here to show you why it should be....
    CREATING faux freckles isn't a new phenomenon as the beauty obsessed have long been using cosmetics to replicate the sun kissed spots. But while it's common for many to use makeup products such as eyeliner or even eye shadow to create the look, it seems you can also get the effortless and natural look in seconds using a popular hair colour product. 4Beauty enthusiast Olivia Shillito Buck created soft and natural freckles using a colour hair spray Credit: Tiktok/oliviashillitobuck Beauty enthusiast Olivia Shillito Buck, from Brighton, demonstrated the faux freckle effect on TikTOk using L'oreal's Magic Root Cover up - a coloured spray designed to instantly hide less than perfect regrowth. The product comes highly recommended by industry professionals and has been an absolute god send for many during lockdown as salons have been closed - and it's super affordable too. But as good as it is for concealing greys and obvious regrowth, the "magic" spray is the perfect finishing spray over make up too, giving the illusion of soft and subtle freckles on the skin...
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