Top Makeup Trends for Summer 2021
It’s just that season of the year to break out your best summer dresses and finest cosmetic looks, whether you’re sitting at home or visiting virtual parties or getting vaccinated or heading out in real life. We’ve seen a few outfits go trend on Social media and can’t wait to watch them out. Make use of all your hot girl summer by following these surefire beauty trends for 2021.
- White liner
The black liner might be a touch thick in the heat. So why not use a white liner to brighten things up? You may also mix white and black liner for a distinctive and expressive style, or go all-white with subdued tones such as pistachio and tans, which can be on the horizon for summer 2021 and evoke nostalgic makeup looks.
- Poolside eyes
This summer, take your focus as cool as possible using blue and green eyeshadows and eyeliner. Both of these summery hues may be used in any eye makeup look, from transparent pastels to more vibrant ocean blues. Powdered looks are fantastic, but a creamy eyeshadow stick allows you to apply it more precisely and uniformly than other shadow options.
- Bright and matte eyeshadows
We’re all for it if Tracee Ellis Ross uses it. This style screams summer and can be worn with anything. Colors that pop or tones that are deeper and more romantic. Light pastels and neons, on the other hand, are encouraged, as Tracee Ellis Ross did with this matte pink style on Instagram. For the feminine females out there, the bold shadow could also be used in sparkling tones.
- No-makeup makeup
Let’s face it: while many of us are more eager than to ever get glammed up post-COVID, reentering the realm of beauty may be frightening at first. Consider a nude appearance that isn’t truly naked if you’re feeling this way. We’re talking about a delicate contour, a light lip balm with gloss, and strategically applied highlighter or illuminators to draw attention to the eyes and angles of the face.
- Peach lips plus cat eyes
Perhaps it’s because Selena Gomez wore it that it’s gone viral, however, it’s a look that virtually anybody can do off. Simple but adorable, and perfect for times you don’t want to wear a lot of makeup and still want to stand out.
- Awe-inspiring graphic liners
Celebrities like Doja Cat, as well as celebs from all over the world, are experimenting with styles that include a brilliant arch of neon eyeliner at the crease up the upper eyelid, exactly beneath the brow. A “floating liner” is how it’s called in 2021, and it looks amazing when coupled with an underlined brow to tie everything together.
- Rosy cheeks
In 2021, this style implements in a simpler manner. Instead of using blush with a strong lip or eye, we’re opting for a flushed cheek look. The easiest way to do this is to use a cream blush that isn’t too bright and seems to have a hint of glitter. Rub on the apples of the cheek, then glide using fingers or a brush up to outwards.
- Glossy lips
Matte is currently out and gloss is in. This style reminds us of our adolescent years since we all had lip gloss in at least ten different hues. Consider a purple or pink gloss, but even a clear gloss may bring an all-natural appearance to life like never before.
- Glowing look
If you don’t want to go to the beach because it’s too crowded or you’re worried about skin cancer, use some illuminating powder instead. Although bronzer is no longer in style, this powder with a transparent, creamy appearance may brighten up the cheekbones. Imagine illuminating sticks and pens as the highlighter!
- Brushed-up brows
Massive brows are here and they’re here to stay, so just channel your inner Brooke Shields. Use a proper mascara wand plus a brow gel to keep open eyes and transform you into an ultra-high-fashion supermodel, whether cosmetics isn’t your style or you merely want to match it with a dramatic brow look.
- Smoky eyes
This smoldering, bold style is perfect for virtual or even gatherings at any time of year. With an otherwise bare face, such eyes might be elegant, rock ‘n’ roll, or minimalistic. Makeup experts recommend switching out black liner with taupe, golden, or mauve for a rocker appearance. Grey goes nicely with smoky looks as well.