One word: “Skinimalism”

This past year has brought a lot of change in the fashion and beauty sector.

Being stuck in lockdown for over a year made many people realise how little they need in terms of fashion and cosmetics. People have shifted their mindsets to look for ways to simplify their lives embracing the concept of “less is more.”

We don’t know about you but it’s been a dream not having to wear as much make up as we used to before the pandemic hit.

When working from home we only ever really needed to put make up on when popping to the shops or putting in that extra effort before a zoom meeting with the boss.

The latest make-up trend is “Skinimalism” which is a tribute to our natural beauty

What is skinimalism?

This is the effortless barely-there make-up that allows your glowing, healthy skin to take center stage. According to Pinterest it’s one of this year’s biggest beauty trends. In order to achieve the ultimate radiant skin, you’ll need to invest in a good skincare routine.

Get ready to glow

When a surface is incredibly smooth it becomes reflective. This is the same as your skin. If your skin is rough and textured it’s going to look dull. Cue exfoliators – Lamelle believe chemical exfoliation is best – stay away from extremely grainy exfoliants – these tend to cause micro tears in your skin which leads to inflammation.

Brighten Up

Vitamin C is your girl if you are looking for a gorgeous glow. This antioxidant stimulates your skin to create more collagen and it has skin-brightening benefits. Should we say more…

The bottom-line

If you are looking to get in on the skinimalism trend you can do this by creating the illusion of a barefaced beauty with make-up. Or you can invest the above-mentioned products and, in a few weeks, show off your naturally radiant skin.

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Let us know in the comments section below if any of you are loving this “skinimalism” trend and if you will be investing in a good exfoliator and vitamin C serum for your skin.

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