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2018 Beauty Trends We Love

by Sasha Chinchar

As each year passes, so do the trends. You may be relieved to see some trends go, while it may be tempting to hang on to others. Either way, it’s always exciting to see new innovations and even some past trends come back around with a new twist.

Here are some of the 2018 beauty trends we love.

Jade Facial Rollers

While jade facial rollers have been around for centuries in countries like China, this skincare tool is finally starting grow in popularity for natural beauty lovers everywhere. Unlike the high-tech and intimidating microneedling roller you may have seen everywhere, the jade roller uses the natural healing properties of the jade stone and facial massage to release tension that can lead to wrinkles and fine lines, while promoting circulation for firmer and plumper skin.

Crystal-based Skincare

Crystals are known for helping to restore balance and promote positive energy. Incorporating crystals in your life can be as easy as carrying stones in your purse or wearing crystal jewelry, but now you can take it a step further by including it in your beauty routine. Recently, we’ve seen crystals like sapphire, citrine, quartz and topaz show up in a variety of beauty products, offering both spiritual properties and an undeniable luminance for your skin.

Mermaid Beauty

Mermaids’ ethereal beauty has always stirred up a fascination among us land dwellers. Now you can emulate these mystical sea creatures daily with skin luminizers and sparkly, reflective makeup. Add illuminator makeup to your routine to take your skin from dull to radiant. You can also give your hair beach waves by adding sea salt texture spray.

Ingestible Beauty

It’s time to start thinking about beauty from the inside out, and supplement your beauty regimen with, well, supplements that target hair, skin, nails and inner beauty. In fact, Zion Market Research reports that, worldwide, dietary supplements are projected to reach $220.3 billion by 2022. Now you can give your hair and skin a boost with supplements that feature collagen, biotin, probiotics, antioxidants, keratin and more.

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