8 Trends And Products You’ll Be Obsessed With In 2017 According To Pinterest
We're *so* over 2016
Ready to say a fond (or not so) farewell to the trials and tribulations of 2016? Us too. So, let's dive head first into next year's beauty trends already!
We've scoured Pinterest for the hottest new beauty trends and products we're all going to be into come 2017 (which is very, very soon).
Whether it's a new nail craze your after or THE slightly weird ingredient that's going to make us glow like a Hadid, we have all the info and are prepared to share it. Kind, right?
Give your fave easy-peasy up 'do a refresh with the addition of a chunky braid or two. Warning: this hair trend isn't a 5 minute special. You'll need time, biceps and the skills to blind plait.
Super shiny manicures and pedicures are huge on Pinterest right now. We're talking mirror-like silver nails, rose gold, blue and regs yellow gold.
No, we're not saying you will be scrubbing your chops with a lump of the black stuff come 2017. But you will find way more beauty treatments and products packed with the stuff. It shrinks pores, mops up excess oil and extracts yukky nasties from the skin.
The time for slobby in-flight attire is over according to Pinterest. The social media platform has spooted an increase of 1600% of people documenting their on-fleek airport style
Is still going to be a big trend for '17. As well as having super clever formulas, the packaging is the most adorable ever. Tony Moly, available at Selfridges, is an excellent example.
Cold shoulder style is so 2016. Next year give your arms something to dance about with a pair of sleeves that demand to be the centre of attention.
Give your straighteners (and hair) a break from heat-related products because next year is all about embracing the natural! Make like the models at Alexander Wang SS17 and wash 'n' go.
Yeah, we love a bright pop of colour but we're going to be re-loving neutral in a few months. Tones like caramel, navy, khaki and grey will make your wardrobe work even harder.
- By Ellen Kerry