NEW YORK, Jan. 3 — After “Skinnimalism,” we meet “Status Skins.” This is his beauty routine defined by a natural, minimalist approach, light years away from the contouring aesthetic that was everywhere pre-pandemic. Status The idea behind her skin is to reveal a fresh, bright complexion without having to use layers of make-up and, best of all, camouflage one’s “flaws.”
The pandemic has stopped me from using contouring products and high coverage foundations, but that didn’t make sense during lockdown or wearing a mask. And if anyone thinks a return to normal life means a return to full makeup, skincare is clearly his star of 2022, and it’s a trend that’s just getting started. For proof, take a look at his rising beauty trend on social networks, ‘status skins’, featuring a strategic combination of makeup and skincare. The principle is to let the skin breathe and accentuate it, rather than camouflage what has been called “imperfections” in the past.
Healthy skin and a low-intensity daily routine
While many beauty microtrends last year emphasized a natural approach, this one is about reintroducing makeup into your daily routine without overdoing it. “Status Skin” is based on skin care, especially prevention, in order to enjoy a healthy complexion without resorting to various concealers, foundations and contouring products. Instead of hiding dark circles, bags, and other pimples, it became a matter of showing them when they appeared.
In terms of beauty routines, this translates to essential skin care products, including serums and tinted moisturizers and creams to create a healthy glow. Focus on light, sheer, airy textures that are subtly sun-kissed. The goal is to highlight the skin, not camouflage it under a layer of makeup. With multifunctional products that do their job, skincare has taken skincare to the next level.
facial massage boom
More than a tweaked, streamlined beauty routine or specific skin care products in the bathroom, this trend is known for its anti-aging benefits like Kobi Do, or for enhancing the radiance of your complexion. We focus on all kinds of facial massages whether you’re into it or not. The same goes for tools that allow beauty fans to reap the benefits of it at home. Gua sha, jade rollers, massage rollers, and ice gloves are becoming more and more bathroom essentials, so you no longer need to go to the beauty salon to get healthy, glowing skin.
But if there’s one particular market that’s growing rapidly, it’s that of facial massagers. Capable of combining massage, skin cleansing, light therapy, and anti-aging treatments, these tools are popular among aesthetically conscious consumers. It is designed to provide not only daily skin care, but also a moment of relaxation. This famous all-in-one product seems to be popular with those seeking a holistic approach.
“Skinification,” or when skincare becomes hair
Complexion isn’t the only big deal in 2023. Because the hair is also set to be pampered with a complete routine modeled after the skin. Scrubs, anti-blemish treatments, exfoliating brushes, nightly treatments, exfoliating shampoos and micellar shampoos will become one of your beauty essentials to keep your hair as healthy and beautiful as possible. Dubbed ‘skinification’, a routine that focuses on care primarily targeted at the scalp rather than length, stopping problems at the root. Again, prevention is more important than ever when it comes to beauty. ― ETX Studio