The Up and Coming Beauty Procedures for New 2020



Models walking the runway, presenting the trends for 2020 have something in common – everything is big and extravagant. Exaggeration is present in clothes as well as makeup. Big hair, big eyes, big lashes, everything is so big. A lot of glittery shiny makeup throws a spotlight on eyes.
The beauty industry always works on new things and innovations. Let's see which beauty trends are going to be in style for the new 2020.

 

Voluminous Lashes

In 2020, lashes are becoming even bigger. It's all about them. The emphasis is put not only on the upper but on the lower lashes as well, the way Twiggy used to wear them. That’s the way lash extensions and lash lifts are going to become even more popular. These treatments will save you from applying mascara every morning and give you that makeup look even after swimming or working out.

 

Microblading eyebrows

Since the accent is definitely on the eyes (big lashes, glittery makeup) eyebrows should not be neglected. Luckily, the 90s trend of thin brows is not coming back and hopefully never will. Thick, fluffy, and now even darker brows that look a bit overgrown are going to dominate 2020. Those who are not blessed with naturally bushy eyebrows will turn to microblading treatment for the effect. Microblading is semi-permanent, so if you opt for it, don’t be afraid that you are going to be stuck with it forever. However, you will have eyebrows on fleek for 2-3 years.



Non-surgical facelift

People have become skeptical about going under the knife. They are turning to non-surgical procedures because the chances of something going wrong are smaller. Also, non-surgical procedures tend to give more natural results and are not so invasive. Besides, the recovery is shorter and bearable. When it comes to facelifts, it is a combination of fat injections, botox, dermal fillers and procedures that boost collagen. The advantage of it is that it is fast, it does not require heavy anesthesia and you can go back to work the next day. Nobody will be able to tell that you'd had a procedure – there is no redness and swelling.


Graying hair

Graying hair can be chic and some women embrace it (is Keanu Reeve’s new girlfriend going to set the trend?) However, there are those whose hair started graying too early and makes them look older. Or those who just do not want it. The only option so far has been hair dye. However, scientists are now working on a chemical compound that will slow down graying. It will be inserted into serums and conditioners. But until that happens, keep dying your hair or accept the upcoming trend.  


CBD products

CBD products are high in demand and definitely the biggest trend for the beginning of the next decade. CBD or cannabidiol is oil extracted from the hemp plant. It is completely legal and does not contain THC. A great number of products containing CBD have already been launched and are so much loved for their valuable properties. It can help you fight insomnia. But, more importantly, it is a great skincare product. Many people who struggle with acne are turning to the products containing CBD. They are rich in vitamin D, great anti-oxidants and have anti-inflammatory properties.
These are just a few of the trends that we think will be popular in 2020. What are some trends you think will make the list? Comment below


Written by

Tilly Grant| All Rights Reserved
Tilly Grant is a freelance writer and a beauty blogger from San Francisco. She enjoys reviewing and writing about various beauty treatments and products. In her free time, Tilly loves cooking and spending time outdoors



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