Long ago, the average working person would have been genuinely shocked to find out how much money future generations would spend on toiletries, bathing, skincare, make-up and pampering, and even though you do not have to spend a fortune to take care of your appearance, products do make a positive difference.
If you are a budding fashionista and want to get into the realms of beauty and make-up fashion trends, too, then continue reading, as here are the top leading trends in UK beauty and skincare today.
The Science of Skincare
As technology develops and skincare and beauty researchers discover so much more about what kinds of products, both manmade and natural, are best for the skin, so too does the seemingly everlasting trend of scientific skincare.
From retinol to rejuvenate tired eyes to hyaluronic acid to hydrate the jawline, skincare goals from new and established manufacturers are geared towards using the latest scientific discoveries to develop their skincare ranges.
For those people with an arguably sensible distrust for the bold and sometimes unbelievable claims from expensive, high-end skincare and beauty companies that state their mascara and only their mascara, for example, can make your own lashes look like extensions, this next trend will be pleasing.
As the overall cost of living, both in the UK and the US has risen exponentially in recent months, thankfully, the beauty industry is taking note, and there is an emerging trend for spending-savvy toiletries and beauty products.
Intensive Serum for Acne
Acne is a skin issue that can greatly diminish the overall mood and level of happiness in a person, and luckily, there are now a number of treatments, including Evologie Intensive Blemish Serum, the trending acne treatment cream.
A rash or patch of spots or acne can seriously impact your feelings of self-confidence, and contrary to popular belief, skin conditions such as acne and psoriasis can affect people of any age and gender.
Should you currently be experiencing an acne issue, look into the innovative differin for acne treatment, which may well make a huge difference.
The holy grail when it comes to make-up and other beauty products has always been to have glowing, fresh and vitalised skin on your face and body without looking like you have made any effort whatsoever.
Even if, in reality, your skincare routine would rival a celebrity's, this fresh-faced approach, with natural bronzers over the dark-tanned look, for example, is one of the hottest trends in the beauty industry and certainly one to emulate.
90s Glitter & Glam
Finally, and seemingly in direct contrast to the nude appearance discussed above, when it comes to going ‘out out’, there is no debate as to what the most fashionable way to wear your eye make-up is, as everything is geared towards 90s glitter and glam.
Think pastel pink eyeshadow with silver eyeliner, bright pink Mac lipstick and a retro, matte, hot pink earring to complete the look, then throw on your denim jacket and hit the town!