We only have a few days left from 2017, which was a revolutionary year on many levels. From activism and women’s empowerment to rising of inclusivity in beauty and fashion, it’s safe to say that we did a lot of good things this past year. After so many innovative trends we loved and hated, the question is what to expect for 2018? More revolution is one of the answers, but take a look what else might go big in beauty in 2018.
It is not easy to pull off a green eyeshadow look. It is one of the most luxurious tones when it comes to makeup. But if you are not good at doing your own, better not risk it. The good thing is that with enough practice and good advice you will end up loving a green look. This season the makeup trends are all about fierce and edgy. And what other shade defines those two terms better than the green one?! Thanks to the many talented makeup artists and their tutorials, this color is not reserved only for green eyes anymore. In the past, most ladies were scared to experiment with such shades. Thankfully all that has changed and the time of extravagant and daring makeup is here.
One of the biggest nail trends this fall is the metallic manicure. The metallic nails have a holographic effect and they change colors depending on the lighting. You can buy metallic nail polishes but the holographic effect isn’t that strong. The fall 2017 fashion trends predict a very sparkly season, so the same applies to nails. If you don’t want to spend money on a manicure at the salon, we’ve got you covered. This 60-second video will teach you how to create the metallic nails at home!
Having interesting nail art will help you complete your look and make a statement. There are tons of creative nail designs to choose from these days. But if you want to upgrade your manicure, you have to try the newest cuticle tattoo trend. Besides your regular manicure, you can add tiny tattoos on your cuticles to make an even greater impression. The first celebrity who sparked this unusual trend was Rihanna. The singer got tribal-inspired tattoos on her cuticles back in 2013. Two years later, Zoe Kravitz got her band’s name Lolawolf spelled out along her cuticles. The actress got one letter and a dot above it on each finger with an exception of her thumbs. Back then the cuticle tattoos didn’t gain much media attention, but now more people are getting obsessed with this trend.