You may have just dug out your woolly jumper and trusty winter coat for the upcoming colder months but New York, London, Paris and Milan are currently setting the fashion and beauty trends we’ll all be rocking next spring.
Spring/Summer 2018 is shaping up to be one of the most exciting run of fashion weeks we’ve seen in recent years, with many major fashion houses embracing diversity, channelling individuality and celebrating strong, powerful women. We are loving the #GirlPower we’re seeing so far!
There seems to be two running beauty themes at fashion week – ‘no make-up make-up’ and striking graphic designs. From the bold to the natural, the bright to the barely there, you’ll be sure to find a trend that suits your style and personality.
THE BRUSHED UP BROW
Those of you who have spent the last season in a committed relationship with your Lash & Brow Booster can breathe a sigh of relief; the brushed up brow isn’t going anywhere and we are totally okay with that. Soft, textured and completely natural looking, this trend is easy to wear and even easier to recreate with our Brow Beater clear brow gel.
THE COLOUR BLOCK BROW
To paraphrase The Devil Wears Prada’s fashion queen Meryl Steep, “colours for spring… ground-breaking” 😒. However, 2018 sees colour go outside the lines. This striking look sees a bold block of colour going from the lid, up and over the brow. Would you dare cover your freshly tinted brows in blue eyeshadow? We’re not so sure!
For a more wearable spring look with a pop of colour, try a soft smokey eye using hues of pink and peach.
THE BARELY THERE BROW
The catwalks of London Fashion Week have been minimalist in their beauty approach, but especially so on the brow front. The likes of Ryan Lo and Teatum Jones opted for a brow look that takes ‘no make-up make-up’ to the next level. Rather than the bleach blonde brows we have seen in the past, these brows are so subtle that you’d be forgiven for thinking they weren’t there at all.
Definitely not one for bold brow lovers, it may be a welcome trend for fair haired gals. However, this trend hasn’t got us cancelling our HD Brows appointments and dropping the Brow Crème just yet.
THE GRAPHIC LINER
Despite some dramatic creations that might not go down well on the high street, our favourite is this wearable look created by MUA Grace Lee at the Monse show.