We have got you makeup products that you can choose to create from trends that follow in 2021. Since we have entered the pandemic era, a lot of things have drastically changed and have gone phygital too. Fashion runways have represented their collection with a practical yet experimental approach and have made makeup and skincare minimalistic and unique in their appeal.
2021 is all about skin minimalism, so no cakey and baked makeup. It’s time to welcome more dewy and natural looks with less to minimum usage of makeup. As we have spent a year inside our houses skincare routine has finally achieved its importance and moisturising your skin has come to focus. To get a dewy yet natural look proper oiling of skin is important. This trend also preaches to go for more hydration and in your own skin but it also helps one understand how to apply makeup that looks like you’re not wearing any, giving you a glowing yet no-makeup look. To attain this, you can use CC creams and tainted liquid blush with nude lipstick shades to complete your look. Skin minimalism seemed to touch its peak at SS21 London Fashion Week like many makeup artists focused on keeping the runway models face glossy and glowy with good use of highlighters. Dewy skin was spotted on runways of Mark Fast this Fall/Winter London Fashion Week 2021 too; even models at Osman were seen painted with dewy highlighter, giving a natural glow.
It’s time to welcome more dewy and natural looks with less to minimum usage of makeup.
PAINT IT LIKE A RAINBOW
Another trend that has been growing tremendously is the usage of pop- colours in makeup. From colourful liners to funky mascaras or heavy usage of red blush and experimental lipstick colours; there is no end, when it comes to makeup artists, exploring their options! Lockdown has not only brought simplicity to the world but also has given the courage to explore and experiment. Facial art, rich graphic lines and floral eye makeup are some of the common trends you can witness. The trends were seen on runways too, where the Versace model was spotted donning vibrant orange lip-shade, in spring-summer 2021. And many others followed by using purple, yellow and black shades on their lips.
From colourful liners to funky mascaras or heavy usage of red blush and experimental lipstick colours; there is no end, when it comes to makeup artists, exploring their options!