10 Beauty Experts Predict What Will Be Huge in 2016!

We turned to 10 experts in the beauty arena for the lowdown on what they think will be the next big things!

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Janel Luu, CEO of Purerb Herbology Skincare and Le Mieux Cosmetics

“Innovative jade tools that are incorporated into anti-aging and rejuvenating facial services have proven to help resculpt facial contours, lift sagging skin, enhance blood circulation, and most importantly, reduce inflammation with the skin.”


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Julianne Kaye, celebrity makeup artist

“I think women will be jumping on the Pantone color trend. Just like pastels were super hot for hair, I think we will see a lot of ‘rose quartz’ pink and ‘serenity’ blue on the eyes.”


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Christel Lundqvist, global technical creative director for TIGI Haircare

“Contour lighting is going to big. It’s a technique that creates a soft blend between different blond hues. Contouring, as a technique, is very versatile. The concept behind the approach is that you highlight or darken areas of the hair to suit the face shape, complexion and haircut, similar to using makeup to enhance the cheekbones or eyes.”


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J’ai Ione, celebrity aesthetician

“CBD oil, which is cannabis-based, will be a new trend in skin care products. It helps slow down the inflammation process, which is the main problem in aging.”


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Dermatologist Jeanine Downie, MD

“I think the ThermiTight and ThermiSmooth systems will do well over the next year for tackling cellulite.”


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Oscar Blandi, ownder of the Oscar Blandi salon

“I see long layers trending in 2016—layers on the bottom, not necessarily everywhere. More layers on the bottom inherently leaves the bottom full to keep the thickness in the hair so it doesn’t look thin at the bottom.”


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Lilit Caradanian, founder of Elcie Cosmetics

“The trend of ‘no-makeup’ makeup will fade out a bit—we are moving toward color! A bare face with a bright lip seems to be the trend for 2016.”


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Plastic surgeon Tony Youn, MD

Breast augmentation remains the number-one cosmetic surgery procedure in the country, and I predict that a large number of women will forego using silicone gel-filled implants in favor of the Ideal Implant, a saline implant that contains internal shells that make breasts look and feel more natural, like silicone. Patients get peace of mind with a natural look and feel.”


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Trish McEvoy, founder of Trish McEvoy Cosmetics

“In 2016, there will be an emphasis on “invisible glamour.” The trend will spotlight features you want to bright out with luminescence, but at the same time look like you have little to no makeup on.”


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Silver Bramham, makeup artist

“There is a big nod to the '70s with rocker chick looks including wine-stained lips, smudged mascara and black kohl cat's-eyes. Metallic and glitter are going to be huge and they can be applied carefree and imperfect, like it’s the end of the night.”


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