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Beauty report 2022 – plus 5 must-try products


Sustainability is expected to become an increasingly important theme in beauty and skin care in 2022, according to industry insiders.

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Sustainability is expected to become an increasingly important theme in beauty and skin care in 2022, according to industry insiders.

“There will be more emphasis on the awareness of beauty on the environment”, Grace lee , main makeup artist for Maybelline New York , said. “A ‘green’ make-up that doubles in pigments but also good for you, your skin and the environment.”

The Toronto-based beauty professional says the increased interest in sustainable makeup options has a lot to do with increased consumer and brand awareness of personal health and the planet.

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Grace Lee, principal makeup artist for Maybelline New York. Photo by Maybelline New York

“People are just more aware of what they put on their face every day – and what that does to the environment,” Lee sums up.

This interest in making conscious beauty choices ultimately underscores the paramount point of makeup in making individuals feel like themselves.

“I just think makeup evolves into whatever makes you look and feel the best,” says Lee.

Beyond an increased focus on sustainability, Lee says the year will continue to see social media platforms increase the popularity of individual products.

“It’s not a trend,” Lee says of the upcoming highlights of the year. “I think some products will become trending due to the popularity of social media platforms like TikTok.

“It has become more of a ‘viral’ product. What if the product shows amazing results. Then it will become a trend.

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While Lee says products will undoubtedly be the driving force behind the trends this year, she pointed out a feature that she expects to see many people excited to play.

“I think when we can throw away our masks at some point, people will want to show off those lips that have been hiding during this long pandemic,” the beauty pro said.

Lee also points to “too-contoured skin” as an obvious “out” for 2022 beauty, while she says she will be looking at flawless-looking skin for her editorial projects and celebrity clients.

“For me amazing skin is the key,” says Lee. “Paired with a really nice matte red lip like SuperStay Matte Ink in Pioneer. You can never go wrong with this.

Global Principal Educator for Essie Rita Note.
Global Principal Educator for Essie Rita Note. Photo by essie

For the nails, Note from Rita , global lead educator for the nail polish brand essie , says beauty fans can expect to see texture added to the manicure mix.

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“Matte nails will return to the mainstream, but we can also expect transformative top coats that add pearlescent effects, glitter or iridescent washes to the polish,” says the manicurist. “Think of it like adding a glamorous filter to your favorite nail color! “

Undoubtedly on the basis of the announcement of the Pantone Color of the Year, Très Peri , Remark says anything purple is 2022’s hue of choice.

“Every year there is a polarizing trendy shade. You love him or you hate him, ”Remark says. “Because it’s the color of the year, you’ll definitely see periwinkle the most. Periwinkle – is it blue? Is it purple? It’s both!

“This year I predict it will be an intense royal purple. It’s already become a red carpet favorite and will be a mani favorite in no time.

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The nail pro advises trying a purple shade either in a “deep and blackened” iteration or on the opposite side of the spectrum with something “bright and vibrant”.

For those for whom purple isn’t a popular shade, Remark suggests going for a chic shade of green instead.

“In 2021, emerald green has led the trend and although it will certainly reverberate until 2022,” Remark said. “I think khaki green will take the lead. It’s a bit more casual and wearable than its brighter counterpart.

When asked to point out which nail trends beauty fans can expect to leave firmly in the past, Remark played it safe, choosing instead to point out the rapid pace of trends paired with the growing push towards individuality, as two perfect reasons to leave. everything on the table.

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“I never like to say something is wrong because nail trends always change so quickly,” says Remark. “Nail art and bold colors are becoming so mainstream that even historically tacky designs are back on the trend radar.

“Don’t hesitate to express yourself. “


Five must-have beauty products for 2022

Start the new year off with a glamorous start with these five must-have beauty products.

Essie Matte About You Finishing Coat

Transform your favorite nail polish into a trendy matte polish with this essie topcoat. Simply apply your favorite polish, let dry, then apply this top coat on top. Hello, cool matte effect manicure.

$ 12.99 | Pharmaprix, shoppersdrugmart.ca

Charlotte Tilbury Beautiful Skin Foundation

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Scheduled to be released in January, this trendy foundation contains skin-friendly ingredients such as hyaluronic acid and coconut extract to hydrate and increase skin radiance, while also unifying the skin. general skin tone. The medium coverage formula is vegan and comes in a recyclable tube.

$ | Charlotte Tilbury, charlottetilbury.com

Maybelline New York SuperStay Matte Ink Liquid Lipstick

This bold liquid lipstick formula from Maybelline New York delivers a saturated pop of color that dries to matte, wears comfortably, and won’t budge.

$ 11.99 | London Drugs, londondrugs.com

ILIA NightLite Bronzer

From Clean Beauty brand ILIA – created by Canadian Sasha Plavsic – this talc-free bronzer gives skin an instant glow while improving the overall appearance of the skin with ingredients such as jojoba seed oil and mineral mica.

$ 45 | Zipporah, sephora.com

Biossance Squalane + Copper Peptide Rapid Plumping Serum

This vegan hydrating serum plumps and hydrates the skin while providing a dose of copper peptide to stimulate collagen and elastin production, according to the brand. The serum also features a plumping complex with hyaluronic acid, polyglutamic acid and sugarcane squalene, as well as paracress extract, to further hydrate and firm.

$ 68 | Zipporah, sephora.com

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