It is officially new trends season! Winter is that time of the year when it’s decided that what trends will dominate the upcoming years.
If there is something that we know about fashion, its that it does regenerates itself, which means that a trend used years ago, can be reused again in another way and so is this year winter makeup trends. Basically, makeup is a return to form, because Facebeats are back and better than ever. So, in this way we know that we’re leaning into the festive, colorful, and fun vibes of the holiday season.
This trend is leaded by the makeup artists, celebrity makeup artists. Tatcha Global Director of Artistry and Education Daniel Martin is the one who broke down the biggest and boldest trends for winter. He is known as the artist who paints the faces of the D’Amelios, Gemma Chan, and Meghan Markle. From disco eyes and 2000s lipgloss to flushed cheeks and loud lipstick, your new winter beauty look awaits!
Sir John, another celebrity makeup artist, applied this trend in his own way, and guided us to the biggest trend. He throws three basic rules:
Less is more
“I think in terms of makeup trends, what will be huge is more approach to skin,” SJ explains. “There’s going to be an ease and maneuverability around owning your skin and loving the skin that you have and not having to lacquer it from forehead to chin—not having the baking and the contouring and so many different dramatic ways to change oneself.”
It’s all about the eyes (and always has been)
“I do believe that eyes will be big,” added SJ. “People are still going to love lashes, still going to love brows, and they’re always going to be a feature. They were a feature 2,000 years ago in Mesopotamia, and they’re going to be a feature in 2088.”
Long live the statement lip
“If no other time, no other year, to find out if these claims of long-wear or our lip stains really work,” said SJ. “The goal now is to find out how long this lip will anchor to my mouth without drying my lips out?” SJ also advised doing a bit of self-discovery to find the perfect long-wear lipstick for you. The one test your lippie must pass, he explains, is the ability to hydrate.