If you want to stay ahead of the trends, you’ve come to the right place. That’s why we called on top experts to shed light on what they think the beauty sector will be craving in the next 12 months across makeup, hair and nails. .
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The side parts that were ridiculed as “small” have been revived. Now, it seems like Kim Kardashian, Zendaya, Megan Fox, Laura his Harrier, and everyone else are firmly back in their modern spin on wearables and feeling up-to-date. Like many of his other Y2K trends in the early 2000s, “the side parting renaissance is going to be in full swing next year,” says Nicole Petty, his expert on milk + blush hair. And there are so many ways to wear it: tossed, messy and a little dirty, glamorous and voluminous, smooth and sleek.
Syd Hayes, Top Hairstylist and Babyliss Ambassador, said:
face framing layer
As we head into 2023, we continue to seek the strength, body and texture that layered cuts give. “Choppy layers and shaggy cuts are just a few of the messy cuts and styles that work on all hair types and textures,” says Nicole. It’s all about loosening your hair and adding volume to the top of your head,” she explains.
“Face framing will be even bigger in 2023 with the popularity of bouncy blowouts over the past year,” says Laura Elliott, head of education for Hair Professionals Salon Promotions. Growing framing cuts. Bounce and texture stand out next year, with client demands for naturally healthy-looking locks. Consider everything,” says Laura. A shorter choppy fringe that stays permanently on the face and brows.
Animal-inspired chops are ahead. 2022 sees Wolfcutt take the top spot maximum Nearly 2 and all beauty trends a billion Engagement is on the rise across Google and social media, but the butterfly cut is about to take over in 2023. “Butterfly haircuts, which combine long and short layers, are rapidly gaining popularity heading into 2023,” he said in his 2023 trends analysis of social media and Google data in his report. says the Beauty Pie expert who put together . In fact, chops are up 12,432% on her, taking the top spot in next year’s beauty trends.
In stark contrast, another Y2K hair reference is gaining popularity. Poker straight, liquid lustrous strands offer a more glamorous alternative to the heavily layered hair trend. “There will be a real return to more sophisticated styles,” says hair legend Sam McKnight. It can be your blowout or a sleeker silhouette,” he adds.
You know we love bob haircuts in these parts, all signs point to box bobs being something to watch in 2023, with searches for the term up 12% over the past month. Away from the softer, softer and duller shapes, this one makes more of a statement. Although it is a more classic expression, with clean straight and dull lines that look slightly square and thick when styled straight. , similarly, offers versatility as it works beautifully in soft waves and loose air-dry textures.
“It’s an iteration of the classic bob style that works wonderfully on fine hair, as it can add texture and fullness to flat-looking hair by reducing the weight of the hair,” says Nicole. is your hair facelift,” agrees Larry King’s Annie Redman. [Audrey Tautou’s famous Parisian character] meet [iconic ’60s angular hairstylist] Vidal Sassoon,” Sid says.
preppy girl accessories
With the resurgence of Gossip Girl and the preppy girl trend that started on TikTok, it’s already a throwback to the 100s and hair accessories are about to make a big comeback. “You’ll see a lot of accessories. Think chunky headbands and claw-clip hairstyles,” says celebrity hairstylist Alicia Dotson. Up 4,200% in Google Search. “As seen in fashionistas like Gigi Hadid and Keke Palmer, the secret to the Blair Waldorf-esque preppy look is the accessories. A ribbon headband and perfectly but effortlessly placed pearl-encrusted hair clips on the sides are just a few of the perfect ways to easily get ready for the day.Brenda Lee, trend expert at Cliphair says Intignano.
Embellished hairpins, intricate Alice bands, bows, ribbons and hairbands all carry heavy function, adding style as well as utility. “If your hair is a little sticky or you need a different look from day to night, pull it back and add accessories. It’s super easy and looks super chic,” says Syd.
“The copper hair that Kendall Jenner, SZA and Zendaya wear year-round
It was a key look for 2022,” says Brenda. According to Google, the trend will continue for her in 2023, with searches for copper hair up a whopping 8,000% for her in the last month alone. The copper hair trend is very popular, because copper is not a “one size fits all” color. In fact, it’s an option for everyone as there are multiple shade options that complement almost every skin tone. There is,” asserts Brenda.
“As a continuation of the copper and burnt orange shades we see today, we expect auburn to become increasingly popular in 2023,” agrees Laura. “Next year, we’re going to see bronzes and bright colors woven into deeper brunettes. After a year of her ’90s nostalgia, 2010’s striking ombre her look.” style is on the horizon,” she adds. When it comes to finding your perfect match, “there is a huge range of shades of auburn to choose from. Please consult,” says Laura.
“Nostalgia is big It’s been incorporated into many of the makeup trends set to take over in 2023,” says Beauty Pie. Among them is Coquette his makeup, which currently has over 80 million views on TikTok. The hint is in his 18th century and his in the 19th century. Women in society reclaimed the word “mosque,” which means promiscuity in French, and defied etiquette by having affairs secretly or openly to attract more potential suitors.
Just think: Daphne Bridgerton staring at the Duke from behind a fan. It’s a look that’s been referenced over the years, blending heat and innocence. This means fluttery lashes, elongated liner, and fresh, flushed cheeks. “Coquette’s makeup is all about embracing hyper-feminine,” says Beauty His Pie, who points to Lay’s eyeliner, soft-he’s pink blush, and delicate pastels.
Even before Wednesday Adams hit the screens and inspired some serious goth glam, the grunge makeup aesthetic was making a comeback (see Rock Star Boyfriend). According to Beauty Pie, searches for “Avril Lavigne makeup” increased her 39% in the past year and continue to grow. We’re craving smudged, heavy liners, fake freckles, and deeper lip colors. I know.
bare face, but better
It’s not a new concept, especially given the stratospheric rise of the Clean Girl makeup trend in 2022, but healthy, minimal makeup looks will continue to take center stage as we head into next year. “Across skin-nourishing luminous formulas and youthful, sun-kissed pigments, consumers demand products for a healthy and revitalized complexion,” says forecasting company Stylus Beauty. Department head Lisa Payne predicts.
“Skincare-forward makeup and a natural, low-maintenance aesthetic will take inspiration from catwalk looks and embrace wellness-first beauty to drive a wave of new launches,” she said. say. Focus on giving your skin products it loves.
Ombre nails are starting to trend again in 2022, but they’re getting more complicated. “Ombre nails are a style of nail art with a pronounced color gradient. Typically, this consists of lighter shades on the top of the nail that blend seamlessly into gradually darker shades towards the tip,” says Anne. says Tinu Bello, senior brand ambassador for Mylee, whose clients include Marie and Sandra Oh.
“For 2023, it’s all about nudes melting and turning metallic. Watch out especially for silver. It’s set to get very hot. My insider tip is to polish it with the same finish.” I love high shine ombre,” she says.
bold outlines and accents
Things are getting bolder, but still very wearable. “2022 was a year of neutrals. We all loved cool beiges, browns and whites. Expect a shift to bolder hues in 2023,” he said. say. “Rather than an overall shade, I predict Bright will be used to contour and accent nails, taking the basic manicure to the next level and using sharp edges and negative space,” she says. “Notable shades include blue, purple, yellow and orange.”
“While 2022 has brought chrome accents to life and lulled us back with glazed donut nails, 2023 will take us a step further with a rainbow full chrome manicure,” says Tinu. says. “I predict strong solid colors like greens, pinks, blacks and blues,” she adds.
“Nail art in 2023 is all about texture and size. Think diamond-encrusted accents, patterns that mimic your favorite outfits, stickers, nail jewels, and gems. Just have fun,” says Tinu. says. “In the past, we’ve seen long nail shapes adopt this style, but in 2023, the trend will be biased toward shorter nail lengths with square and oval finishes. It works well with any nail shade, but try strong contrasts such as black against silver or gold embellishments for a striking element.”
“Airbrushed nails will continue to be a trend in 2023, thanks to celebrities like Megan Thee Stallion championing the style. Airbrush nails can be muted or filled with rainbow colors, and the hazy finish gives manicures an airy, dreamy feel.” says Tinu.
“The good news is that you don’t have to go to a salon with an airbrush machine to recreate the look. The key is to have the colors swirl around each other for a blended finish. How to do this , you can use the dotted line tool to place blobs of color and swirl them together.”
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