2020 may not have been a great year for everyone, and as a result, many are looking forward to the new year. What is a better way to get ready for the new year than trying out these new Spring/Summer 2021 beauty trends? Find out which brands are dominating these trends below.
All about the Lips
Time to pucker up ladies and gentlemen, as the newest makeup trend is all about the lips. Adding a bright pop of colour on your lips can change up your makeup look from simple to sophisticated. Not only is this makeup look easy to do, it can also be used on both day and night-time.
With the main focus on the lips, the rest of your makeup can be very minimalistic. No time or effort for eyeshadow and eyeliner? That’s alright, because the lips will be the star of everyone’s attention.
This trend is seen on SS21 shows of Max Mara, Dolce and Gabbana and Versace.
Fresh and bare, this makeup look has been around for some time, but now it is back on the spotlight. The main points of this look include neat, tamed eyebrows, glowing skin and naked lips. Many could argue that it is not even a makeup trend because it looks bare, however that’s the beauty of this look.
The “I woke up like this” look is amazing for this upcoming year as we’ve been looking for a detox ever since the pandemic started. Express yourself in a radiant and neat way in the next year by applying minimal and low-maintenance makeup. Tinted moisturiser, a light concealer and some brow gel will do you justice for this look. So effortless yet so effective, this look can be achieved by everyone. This look is all about you but better; remember, you are the main focus.
This trend is seen on SS21 shows of Prada, Victoria Beckham, Jacquemus, Jason Wu and Paco Rabanne.
Bold and Beautiful
The modern Cleopatra eyeliner is coming back this upcoming Spring/Summer 2021. Using a thick black eyeliner the newest go-to look, as all the attention goes to your eyes. To make this trend look a little friendlier, opt out lining out your entire eye and try out the black smoky eye, as seen on Chanel’s runway. Perfect for a dinner date, this style is perfect for those who like more drama on their face.
This trend is seen on SS21 shows of Dior, Chanel and Giambattista Valli.
Written by Sally Ellin