It’s been a long time since I’ve been in the middle of a long time. Here, in the last few weeks of December, looking down at his 2023 with mixed emotions. Outstanding nostalgia? Bucket full. anxiety? A little suspicious? yes, those too. But most of the time, it’s the excitement, the hope, and the determination to reveal the best version of yourself. To get ahead of what’s to come in 2023, I asked some experts for his 2023 beauty trend predictions. And boy, did they deliver.
As a beauty writer, I am always curious about what the New Year will look like for me. In photography, which trends do I embrace and which do I regret? Will new smile lines appear on my face? , what skincare should I adopt to prevent that? Will I finally cut my bangs or dye my hair the copper shade that has been threatening all of 2022? Time and an experienced beauty industry veteran. only will tell you.
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Experts Share Beauty Trend Predictions for 2023
All you need to see the future is the help of a trend forecasting expert. From founders to estheticians, we surveyed some of the best beauty professionals in the industry to hear their thoughts on upcoming skin, hair, and makeup trends.
Their takes range from maximalism to minimalism to simple skincare to bold beauty. There are beauty trends for everyone. Read on to get the full 2023 trends report. my predictions? I hope you have a beautiful new year.
Skinnimalism took mainstream attention this year, as the clean look trend spurred a renewed appreciation for bare-faced beauty and using less but better products. Fueled by sustainability thinking, this trend will continue.
“The rise of ‘less is more’ is being fueled by the Covid experience, a challenging economic environment and growing awareness of the state of the planet,” said Dr. Conny Wittke, environmentalist and co-founder of Superzero. said. “In 2023, we will see an increase in the ‘new eco’ movement, where minimalist and sustainable approaches are favored over wasteful consumerism that lacks style and true individuality. “
A step ahead of sunscreen
With brain sustainability and applying sunscreen from head to toe, 2023 will see even more ways to protect our skin from environmental damage. lower the
“A steady increase in ground level ozone should underscore the importance of using antioxidant-rich products,” says Ása. Brinjólfsdóttir, Director of R&D at Blue Lagoon, said: She also adds, “Increased heat and humidity demand more dynamic skincare. Different seasons, climates and humidity levels force us to reassess our skincare needs.”
Skincare as a ritual
Skincare doesn’t have to be a tiresome routine. Like any daily ritual, it should fit your life, your values and your needs. 2022 introduced Skin Cycling and Cycle Synchro.
According to DAMDAM co-founders Giselle Go and Philipe Terrien, “The skin is a living organ, and its concerns change with the seasons, the environment, and our internal biology. 10-18 (!) Instead of a routine of steps, I suggest doing the opposite, minimizing it with 3-5 steps to allow your skin to breathe and do its job.” You can tailor it to your skin and its needs instead of just waiting for the best.
Leslie Thornton, holistic esthetician and founder of KLUR, adds: Aromatherapy plays an important role in the way we enjoy scents and body care becomes like a home spa treatment. “
body care boom
The body really keeps score inside and out. If you’ve noticed your favorite skincare brand is launching a new body care line, you’re not alone. You’ve got a skincare routine for your face, but what about from the neck down? Bodycare skinning is here.
“More and more skincare brands will take beneficial active ingredients from their skincare lines and apply them to products for other parts of the body,” says Nina Zilka of Alder New York. increase. “We’ve seen how great certain ingredients can be for the skin, so consumers want to apply the same benefits to their hair and body.” It’s going to be a year of thoughtful body care with topical beauty favorites like , retinol, and niacinamide.
Take Frosted Tips 2020S
Nostalgic makeup and ’90s fashion looks are making a comeback, and hair trends are on the rise. Frosted hints are back, but these aren’t the exaggerated bleach looks you remember. will ask for
For a retro face-framing aesthetic, Nous Haircare’s Tylor Johnson said: This bright, hybrid effect works on any hair shade and is everywhere this winter.
Each year our team waits to check out our Pinterest Predicts list for the pulse of new New Year vibes. As for hair, Pinterest says that Gemini Hair will be a top trend for him. “In 2023, two-tone hair will be more trendy than ever. Gen Z and millennials are behind the hair color trend that mixes natural shades with bright blues, purples and pinks. Lavender and blonde hair are up, along with blue and black braids. Book an appointment with your stylist before it’s too late!
Fluffy hair is big, literally, 2022. Muse: Matilda Jelf. Tool: Dyson Airwrap. ’70s-inspired curtain bangs dominated the feed this year, but in 2023, sweep bangs off your face and embrace the big ’90s blowout. When it comes to styling, untie your hair from those sleek buns and embrace some vintage-inspired volume in 2023.
Don’t neglect scalp care
Rinse, repeat… but don’t forget your scalp. A clean scalp means long, healthy hair. We’ve seen scalp serums enter the haircare scene, and 2023 will soon see a full scalp treatment routine.
“Scalp care is essential to overall hair health. People tend to focus on treating the scalp, but shampooing every day is essential to scalp health,” says Dr. Connie Wittke. A buildup on the scalp caused by , hair care products, environmental factors, or minerals and chlorine from hard or pool water can make hair look limp, lifeless, or overly greasy. It’s important to remove this buildup regularly with a clearing shampoo to keep it looking fresh, airy and elastic, restore shine, and allow styling and coloring products to work effectively.”
Every year, a bold color trend emerges that only the most daring among us will try. , to repeat the fads. Bold color for 2023: vibrant Barbie pink. Barbiecore is the hottest TikTok fashion trend of the year and Pantone’s color of the year is Viva Magenta. If you dare, embrace Gen Z-approved shades with this hot hair color.
Jamie Mazzei, Creative Director of NuBest Salon & Spa in Manhasset, New York, said: Decide which side of the pink spectrum you want to be on, then ask your colorist to match your preferred pink. If you have blonde hair, adding a gorgeous pink hue is a simple process. There may be. “
full of liners
Soft Goth, Indie Threes, Grunge Girl. These ancestral aesthetics have one thing in common. It’s a dark eyeliner. It will be revived in 2023. Combine the 90s/2000s revival with a reign of effortless beauty for a dramatic yet straight out of bed look.
I saw an interview with Alexa Chung during the heyday of “I’m with the band” rocker chic. In it she described her unconventional morning makeup routine. I never advocate sleeping in your makeup, but the aesthetic is something I personally indulge in. Godspeed.
Yes, everyone still wants an internally lit glow in 2023, but with a Y2K twist. Pinterest predicts that rave culture is making a comeback, so naturally its influence extends to beauty. Catch your brilliance In 2023, anything that sparkles is possible. Take your highlighter a step further and illuminate your look with gemstones and glitter around the eyes, cheeks, and even lips. The main source of inspiration is disco, euphoria, and the roaring twenties. Guaranteed admission to Studio 54.
skin support makeup
Introducing multi-use makeup. I’m talking about the Vitamin C Serum and his triple SPF skin tint. Lip and cheek balm containing hyaluronic acid. One that can be used multiple times in your routine and blurs the line between skincare and makeup. However, there is no problem if the eye shadow has a UV cut effect.Prepare everything you put on your skin support Instead of sabotaging them, your skincare efforts.