With spring just around the corner, we’re constantly searching for new trends to keep our look fresh as we welcome the new season. After the year we’ve had, we’re looking for anything to brighten up our day and make us feel good. From the wellness trend that’ll help relieve anxiety and stress to the wavy nail trend all the celebs are loving RN, these five beauty and wellness trends are going to be everywhere!
High Gloss Hair
High gloss hair is all over social media at the moment, and we’re low-key obsessed. The celeb-loved hair trend is exactly what you’d expect – super glossy, almost-glass-like locks. However, unlike the glass hair trend on super straight hair we saw a few years ago, it’s suitable for all hair types and textures. In fact, it works beautifully with curls and protective styles too, you just have to use ultra-restorative, high gloss hair products.
If you haven’t seen the trend on Instagram, it’s a form of nail art created with freehand wave designs, which can vary from large curvy patterns to intricate swirls. It’s a great trend to experiment with as you can totally switch up the mood depending on your vibe. Choose neutral, delicate swirls and mix and match color, pattern, and texture, or keep it minimal.
From 70s glam to the swinging 60s, everybody is throwing it back and honoring previous decades with their beauty looks. When the world challenges us with loss, disappointment, and anxiety – all heightened by a global pandemic – the draw of nostalgia is particularly keen. Enter iconic makeup looks inspired by beauty trends gone by.
At its core, skinimalism a beautiful hybrid between makeup and skincare. With a greater focus on skincare, makeup will be become more minimal to show the beauty of real skin, which means freckles, pores, and texture. It’s set to be one of 2021’s biggest trends: how to get glowing skin” and “natural everyday makeup,” which increased by 180% in the last year. All of this suggests that a minimal, simplified makeup routine is here to stay, while skincare will continue to take over.
An ice-cold shower is essentially a more achievable, daily fix of cryotherapy, and the benefits are major. From reducing stress levels and anxiety to increasing alertness, and even a strengthened immune system. It can also help reduce frizzy locks, tighten pores, boost healthy blood flow and relieve sore muscles. If the idea of an ice-cold shower makes you squirm, try to end your shower with a 30-second blast of cold water and increase it over time.
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