From Plum lips to Burgundy eyeshadow, all of this season’s make-up trends covered by Locolatte PLUM LIPS Fall is the perfect time to take out your dark lipsticks. From deep Purple to a Plum Red, this winter is all about dark lips. GLITTER LIPS This festive season is all about glitter.Pat Mcgrath revolutionised glitter lips when she cam out with her new kit. This bold new trend has been spotted on runways and editorials. The key is to keep the rest of your face minimal ULTRA DEWY SKIN Also known as Non-touring. This gives the face a healthy glow. So skip the contour this winter and go for some extra highlight for the ultra dewy glow CHROME NAILS Chrome or metallic nails is the new beauty trend that Instagram Make-up gurus can not get enough of. Simply rub a chrome powder over your painted nails and top it off with a clear top coat for this reflective look. BRUSHED UP BROWS Full brows are still Read More
Thanks to beauty gurus like Michelle Phan and digital celebs like Kylie Jenner, make-up and beauty trends are made and broken every few days. Bringing you the freshest in world of Beauty. HAIR BLING Flash tattoos are no longer just for your skin, head to your next festival with bling in your hair. The key is to keep it minimal. OMBRE EYES The ombré trend maintains momentum with graduated degrees of shading showing up everywhere on the runway – clothing, hair and make up all benefit from a little color play this Summer. Ombré liner is a fun, easy way to amp up your normal cat eye, just choose three different pencils that all have the same tonality in increasing color saturation levels. METALLIC LIPS Metallic lipsticks have been popping up in editorials, runway looks, blogs, and makeup stores more and more lately. If there was ever a time to get in on this trend, it’s now. It’s a bold look that can seem intimidating. It’s truly not that hard to pull off, just keep the rest of your makeup clean and minimal. EMBELLISHED NAILS One of Read More
We have to admit that fashion has never been this accepting as this very moment. You could walk out wearing 70’s suede fringe or don a 50’s uber feminine avatar and get away with being ‘experimental’. Accessories too are the most experimental like never before. Mixing metals that was almost a taboo back in the day is the new fashion experiment. The point is to be effort less and go for the ‘thrown together’ look. Rose-gold, matte Gold, oxidized Silver, polished chrome or worn-out Gunmetal, bloggers and trendsetters are wearing them all together and making it work. The coolest way to try this trend is to go for a single piece that features different metals and then build up the pairing based on the core piece. We are in love with pairing delicate Rose-gold with a contrasting Gunmetal (product placement: Adama tribal necklace) or even matte silver for extra appeal. Metallic tattoos for a luxe-boho look or ear jackets in polished chrome for something edgy would make perfect pairings.