Braids a re no longer a hit trend. They are kind of “must-have” during spring/summer. However for many of us (honestly for me as well) do make beautiful braids not an easy thing. For some girls, it is a beauty routine, for others many spending hours by learning how to do.
Each Fashion Week shows the designer work + hair design (mostly braids or simply hair mess) but each hair pros of the Fashion Weeks show us a new way to switch ’em up. This season, it was all about the face-framing braids, pictured above at Herve Leger. Starting at the crown of the head, this French braid was pulled down across the forehead letting a few pieces fall out to give it a softer feel.
2. Lip Gloss
Tip: These new glosses look surprisingly modern with flushed cheeks and a flick of liquid liner. Go ahead and give ’em a go — high school you is going to be thrilled. Try to mix different hot colors this summer.
Lancôme Juicy Shaker, $21, available at Sephora.
3. Blue Eyeliner
Tip: We love the bright pigment and easy application of Tarte’s new shade. There are two ways to wear it.
Option A: Using a brush, paint a thin line just under your bottom lashline to create a look that pops, but is far from over-the-top. A neutral, shimmery shadow on the eyelid and a heavy coating of black mascara will tie it all together.
Option B: Paint on your go-to cat-eye in a bright aqua instead of black.
Tarte Clay Pot Waterproof Liner in Unicorn Kisses, $21, available at Sephora.
4. A Monotone Palette
You can score this look by playing matchmaker in your makeup bag, or simply pick up a palette with a lot of hues in the same family. This one from Make Up For Ever is a bit pricey, but it will last and ensure your lips, cheeks, and eyes harmonize.
Make Up For Ever Flash Color Palette Multi-use Cream Color Palette, $99, available at Sephora.
5. COLOR LASHES
The easiest way to indulge in a little color play at the office or a music festival alike, non-black mascaras are having a moment. You can mix and match a bright lash hue, like cobalt blue or yellow, with complementary slashes of eyeliner or wear it alone. Either way, it’s going to make you look twenty times cooler.
6. Hair Accessories
Never did we ever think tiaras could be chic outside of senior prom until we saw models don them at Miu Miu (far left) and Saint Laurent Paris (far right). Especially loved the delicate headpieces at Moncler Gamme Rouge (center), which presented an elegant, non-Coachella way to work a flower crown.
7. GLITTER TEARS
If Coachella was any indication, glitter is hotter than ever. Be it a light dusting or a statement-making stack of sparkle, covering up your dark circles with has never been more fun. All you need is sparkles to create your “tears of joy” and moisturizer to make ’em stick.
Choker is probably one one favorite item for the summer. I still remember them from ’90s trend. When I was a pupil I was wearing them sometimes to school or just to play outside. Never expected that they can become a brand and fashion item after the years.
Chokers! It’s just the thing to amp up your jeans and T-shirt, but also the perfect pairing for your date-night slip dress or your down-to-there neckline for a night out dancing on tables with your best girlfriends.
Layer your accessories like Poppy Delevingne, piling on black, gold, and everything in between when heading out for the night.
9. LEMON CHIFFON
Yellow in it’s different variation is the tender color which makes you shying and your style more bohemian.
10. BLUE HYDRANGEA
Blue is also the sense of tenderness and it makes silhouette slim and tasty (I mean sexy).