Let’s have a look on beauty trends that were dominant in the past twelve months.
All the biggest stars in 2016 wore spellbinding dark or navy lipstick. From Kylie Jenner to Katy Perry looked stunning showing navy lips. The trend originated during Autumn/Winter 2016 ready-to-wear shows but was swiftly adopted by celebrities all over, with Rihanna and Taylor Swift among those who gave up traditional pinks and reds, choosing to go for navy or black lipstick instead.
Orange Is Back
Obviously, every trend requires a counter-trend, and the dark lipstick movement was much the same. Orange made an amazing comeback. Amal Clooney held the torch for a sunset shade at the Cannes Film Festival, and Olivia Munn who made an appearance in the Oscars in a striking tangerine hue. Gigi Hadid also debuted the shade of orange with her gorgeous look.
Say No To Make-Over
Alicia Keys, Cindi Crawford and Cameron Diaz have championed the “no make-up make up” movement this year. This look became more stylish and elegant than before, all credit goes to creative strobing and spotlighting products.
Curls Are Real Pearls
Since the appetite for natural beauty is growing, curls prevailed in the catwalks of 2016. Jasmine Sanders saw her profile incredibly appreciated being discovered as the face of Moroccan’s Oil’s new curly hair care range, whereas stars like Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway adopted a Victoria’s top secret curly wave for red carpet events.
There was an explicit trend towards glittering eyes in radiant metallic this year-a glimpse that was observed on catwalks from Versace to Chanel. Barbara Palvi, Reese Witherspoon n and Emma Stone were just some of the celebrities to appear with the low-maintenance look to the red carpet over the past twelve months.