Keep up with the changing trends in hair and make up
The trends keep changing but beauty stays in vogue, always. It's new year and like every time, we need to keep ourselves up to date with the changing trends in hair and beauty. So here’s a guide for you from Bharti Taneja, renowned beauty expert and aesthetician, also the Founder Director of Alps Cosmetic Clinic,to be the trendsetter and the centre of attraction wherever you are.
Dust the eyes with the halo of citron orange or coral. When you want to look alluring, there is nothing better than classic smoky eyes. You can also get edgy and unforgettable cat eyes with a real turquoise blue or electric navy eyeshadow, extending the inner and outer corner of the eye. For a trendy look, apply a white pencil on the waterline that will also make your eyes appear bigger. Pastel hues like lavenders, baby blues, buttery yellows can dress up your eye in the day.
The red pout seems to be classic and timeless. It is not going anywhere this season. Wear it shine-free keeping your eyes and cheeks completely neutral. A fluorescent pop of orange and hot pink will also make an intense statement. Be sure to adorn your lips in matte candy colours like bubblegum pink, cherry red or tangerine orange.
An unfussy blow-dry, near perfect French braids or tousled romantic waves are going to steal the limelight. While the look is modern, the idea is to keep it really simple. Say bye to flouncy hair and embrace your straightening irons. Invest in simple to dramatic headbands for the different occasions and outfits.
Concealer is the most important tool from your vanity kit this season. Create a bare minimum makeup look by using your concealer. Play up your cheeks a little with the bronzer to get the tanned glow. Bronze the cheeks, bridge of nose and forehead to achieve glowing skin.
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