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Get ahead of your beauty game for 2019 with these 10 Eco- Beauty Trends. The new products, looks and colours you need to know about. Of course, done the low impact way.
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No longer the domain of the eyelid, spring 2019 is going to be all about colourful lashes. If black mascara is the only mascara you’ve ever know, it’s time to rethink things. 2019 lashes mean subtle, flattering shades such as deep plums and midnight blues to make your eyes pop.
Winging it back onto the scene this new year is the wing. It makes its return with a grown-up twist. This seasons go to eyeliner look is a flattering brown hue that is much easier to wear day to day.
This spring it’s all about throwing just the right amount of shade. Over your eyelids that is… Check out these ‘eyelighters’ from Zao for an elegant, everyday look. Try the nude or brown beige for a natural lightener.
The rose has long been used in cosmetics to create beautiful scents. Now though, following extensive research from Lancome it is being used as a regenerative active ingredient in skincare. It works wonders on tired and inflamed skin.
Why not have a go at making your own rose based products or indeed use rose water as it is as a beautiful cleanser and toner that will work wonders for your skin.
Rose water does contain preservatives due to the addition of water to the essential oils- would you like to see plastic free rose water on Acala? Email us at email@example.com to let us know!
In 2019 it’s predicted that refills will hit the mainstream. As we all try to cut down on plastic and waste in all areas of our lives the beauty industry is starting to adapt. ‘The movement towards refillable's is a big step for the beauty industry’, says Andrew McDougall, associate director at trend forecaster Mintel Beauty & Beauty Personal Care.
Wild flowers are set to be a prominent feature in the beauty industry this year with grassy scents inspired by unruly weeds, wild plants and flowers making a come back.
If you’re into your perfumes, we’d recommend Eden Perfumes. Based in Brighton and inspired by botanicals these natural perfumes are refillable.
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More and more brands are developing app based tools to work alongside your skincare, helping you personalise and enhance your routine. Clever companies like La Roche-Posay for example have developed ‘My Skin Track UV’, a necklace device that monitors your exposure to the sun and warns you when it’s at a level that is likely to cause sun damage.
Other clever new tools include Wayskin’s skin- analyser tool that measures skin hydration, ambient UV levels and humidity. It then sends the data to your phone to help you adjust your skin care accordingly. Pretty snazzy hey!
No poo is set to become a huge 2019 trend with people all over the country opting to forgo a hair wash in favour of dry shampoo. Not only does dry shampooing cut down on water used it can also be a great way to add volume for a natural looking lift.
A hair accessory that we can all love, sophisticated bows will be a staple of the catwalks this Spring. Making a stylish addition to any outfit, wear yours high to make a statement or low at the nape of your neck for a sophisticated twist.
We recommend trying the Moonflower hair stick from S A Y A Designs to create your bow!
The hottest new trend in wellness at the moment is crystal readings. Promising to restore energy levels and help you stay balanced, practitioners use stones as part of this holistic therapy. In the fast passed digital age where we are always on could crystal healing be just the empowering and rejuvenating treatment that we need?
Check out The Power of Crystal Healing by Emma Louise Knowles to find out more.
And there you have it, 2019’s top eco-beauty trends! We’re heading off to rock our way into the New Year, have a good one you gorgeous people and we’ll see you on other side!