Here are the top makeup trends for 2017 that are sure to make an appearance on celebrities, runways, everywhere.
1. Lip Gloss
Liquid matte lips dominated the last few years, but lip gloss is a refreshing change giving dimension, shine, and youth.
2. Skin That Breathes
In 2017, we’re taking it back to the most important step: achieving healthy, radiant, conditioned skin. No more strobing, baking, or contour. Let your skin breathe.
3. Dimensional Lips
Bold statement lips are taken to the next level by creating new dimensions, from ombre effects to an overlay of glitter. For a super easy result, layer two different effects, such as a base layer of a satiny lipstick with high-glitter gloss right in the center of your lips.
4. Straight, Boyish Brows
Naturally groomed, straight brows make you look younger and are on-trend for 2017. Our advice: Give the tweezers, pencils, and powders a rest, and reach for a tinted gel to hold freshly brushed brows.
5. Black Liner, Interrupted
Whatever ways, black liner takes on a new look being a bit unfinished. Whether grungy or architectural, your only mission is to leave the hyper-flawless look in 2016.
6. Totally Monochromatic
Pairing blush with the same lip tone and adding the same coloring in the eyes ties everything together. These days, nearly every color of the rainbow is up for play, no matter where you apply it to your face.
7. Pretty in Pink
Think of this color as the ‘new neutral, and the beauty of a neutral is you can pull it off on any part of your face. Draped sheer and high on the cheeks, graphic yet soft on the eyelids, or as a healthy glow on the lips, Pink adds a fresh take to a bare face.
8. Vinyl-Like Liner
Liquid liner is still in, just look for a formula with a gleaming finish. Wing it out for a subtle or dramatic lift.
9. Heavy Metal
We’ll see even more glimmer still with metallic eye makeup. Metallic lids give a similar pop effect as last year’s glossy lids trend, but with more functional wearability.
10. Burgundy Mascara
If you thought red tones had no place near your eyes, think again. Tip: To keep it from making you look tired, opt for a dark formula that shows its true hue only when it catches the light.