This is making us seriously excited for next year.
From glitter tears to galaxy freckles, we couldn’t have predicted 2016’s amazing trends. Soon it will be 2017 so it only makes sense to pay tribute to the biggest and boldest looks from the past year. Prepare to be impressed!
Made famous by eccentric hair stylist Guy Tang, this awe-inspiring trend encouraged us all to release our inner child and dared us to go into work modelling our multi-coloured locks.
Kylie Jenner released her blue lip kit, Rihanna wore blue lipstick and Lucy Hale was recently photographed painted with an ultra-marine ensemble. Celebrities fully embraced the sapphire shades that took over high street stores throughout the year.
Glitter has been in it’s element this year, as seen all over the SS17 catwalks. This sparkling look gave us express permission to channel our inner diva.
We waved goodbye to acrylic nails and said hello to the mirror nail. Silver, chrome tips made the simplest of outfits look chic.
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Pink eye makeup
Proved that pink isn’t always girly but striking, sexy and chic.
Artist Quinni’s constellation paintings inspired a whole army of bloggers to reach for the stars! Snapchat even created a filter that seemed to be inspired by the trend.
Chocolate Mauve Hair
This luxurious combination of rose gold and deep brunette was always going to be a winner. The concept was created by Hannah Edelman, owner of Brooklyns Brush in Hand Salon. We loved the way pinky tones melted into chocolate curls.
Our banks broke when Pat McGrath released her Lust 004 gold pigmented and glitter lip collections. 2016 has had a serius glitter theme and we never want it to end.
We embraced our femininity with these nature-inspired tattoos.
Kylie lip kit drip nail kit
Beauty bloggers went wild for Kylies nail kits. Her drippy nails were a tribute to her lip-kit box design.
Smoky Lilac Hair
Just when we thought grey hair couldn’t look any cooler, lilac shades added a mysterious, slightly gothic edge to the look.
By Shannan Sterne