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Def gotta be the more velvety matte lipstick finishes, like MAC’s Retro Mattes, Topshop’s Velvet Lip Plush, Bite’s Cashmere Lip Creme, etc. I love those types of lips soooo much.

I agree with the brows (because mine are thick and then some) and I’ve liked the bold matte lip trends of late, as well as the fact that a lot of different looks seem to be ‘in’ rather than in the past where -everyone- wore a tonne of bronzer, or -everyone- wore brown lipstick.

I am liking the further integration of make-up and skincare (BB creams, foundation, SPF in everything)
Also, not a trend, but I love the return of mattes (lips, eyes). I find that frosty glittery stuff very unforgiving to ageing skin.

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Is the return to a more colourful lip a new/recent trend? If so, THAT’S the one I love. I didn’t like the nude lip look at all and didn’t feel it truly flattered anyone who wore it.

I agree with you, Christine! Even before I read your answer, I knew that mine was going to be bold brows! I just wish that I would see more everyday women sporting this trend. Most people above the age of 25 I come across in everyday life still seem to wear their brows circa 1995.

This is not a makeup trend, more like a skin care trend: I tried sheet paper masks by Kaunis for the first time and loved them. Made my face glow. Awesome.

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