In this post at fashion stuffs we are going to talk about the trends of makeup.
Makeup is regarded as an accessible means to highlight not just your features, but also your personality and attitude. So this is the time to transition your makeup bag for the new season with new beauty trends. Fortunately spring/summer season gives two options to women; less and more.
You can use colors in more or less combination to highlight your features which you would love to draw attention to. You can also go with a natural look by just making your features prominent with a colored eye pencil and lip balm.
Of course that the trends of makeup it is a little bit difficult to predict, but based on the past we are showing some things.
The New Look met with protest from women who had grown accustomed to baring their legs and were disinclined to cover them back up. Moreover, the opulent, fabric-rich designs seemed wasteful in contrast to wartime fabric restrictions. The desire for change prevailed, however, and the look flourished throughout much of the 1950s
You can use eye pencils to give your brows a thick look. A lined inner rim and smudged color under the eye gives high impact on the overall look. The emerald green eye pencil gives a unique and fresh look too.
Always looks classy and never goes out of fashion. There are plenty of feminine braided hairstyles that are trending this fall. This fall you can try milkmaid braids, two-sided French braids, fishtail braids are also trending.
You don’t have to go anywhere. Just make your own hair mask in your home and get shiny, soft and smooth hair. Pink color in different shades is also inspiring and makes a huge come back. Bright pops of the color on either the eyes or cheeks will be the stylish look for spring 2013. Bright yellow or muted orange is also a great option.In this season beautiful skin will be most popular.
In 1947, French couturier Christian Dior almost single-handedly brought an end to wartime austerity with a fashion line observers christened the New Look. Severe angles were replaced with curves, hemlines dropped back below the knee and skirts were generously draped. Structured undergarments were key to the New Look, which featured broad shoulders, cinched waists, emphasized bust lines and padded hips.
The pencil skirt was a figure-hugging alternative to bouffant skirts. Men, too, longed for freedom from conservative tailoring in khaki and olive drab. They found relief in wide-legged trousers, full-length coats and suits in an array of colors. Both mans and women’s trousers featured higher waists, widely cut legs and cuffs and came in textured tweeds and jewel tones.