TikTok is now overtaking Instagram. of New trends seem to explode every week, with influencers proclaiming a particular hairstyle, fashion aesthetic, or makeup look as the next big thing on the social media sites seen in.
Gathering millions of views and waves of copycat videos, these style and beauty trends are sometimes chic and classy. I fell head over heels for various questionable looks.
Messed up? So did we. From TV-inspired fashion to celebrity skin, these are the trends she’s ready to say goodbye to in 2023…
Season 2 of ‘Bridgerton’ arrived in the spring, sparking a slew of #Regencycore posts on social media as fashion fans tried their best to mimic the gorgeous gowns and bejeweled hairstyles they saw on screen. rice field.
The problem with Regency-era-inspired fashion is that few people actually get it right. Not really, but having it all to yourself makes you look like you’re on your way to a fancy dress party.
Either way, let’s leave it to the Bridgerton cast when season 3 lands next year.
Straddling fashion and beauty, fairy core (because there must be a “core” at the end of every trend these days) is all about puffy tulle dresses, cascading locks, flushed cheeks, and any color as long as it’s pink or purple. Thing.
Celebrities like model Bella Hadid and pop star Olivia Rodrigo have embraced the ethereal look, pixie-like on the red carpet of the Met Gala in May in shimmering lavender gowns and butterfly hair clips. Bringing luxury.
If you’re an A-lister with a glamorous team on hand, that’s all well and good, but when mere mortals attempt the fairy treatment, they often end up looking like toddlers in dress-ups. .
From the Miu Miu catwalk to the Vanity Fair cover (which draped over Nicole Kidman’s hips), this tiny little skirt caused a little revolution this year.
Other elements of the preppy trend (button-down shirts, bomber jackets, backpacks) are timeless and cool, but these micro-minis that divide these opinions are impractical.
Contrasted with the pencil-thin style of the 90s, brushed-up brows followed the advent of brow lamination.
This trend has one advantage over thin eyebrows. This means you won’t risk pulling out your hair to the point of no return. It’s another extreme trend that fans frowned upon, the sweep-up style to come.
extreme cut outs
A peek-a-boo hole here or a subtle slash there, fair enough. But the giant cutouts favored by model Emily Ratajkowski and actor and Instagram hottie Julia Fox? we don’t understand that. don’t they get cold?
animal hair cut
The first was the octopus. Then wolves. Then jellyfish. No, we’re not talking about endangered species. These are the haircut trends he exploded on TikTok in 2022.
In fact, they’re all variations on the shag haircut, a 1970s throwback adopted by Miley Cyrus a few years ago. Isn’t it time?
A fad that exploded when Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling were portrayed on the set of Greta Gerwig’s upcoming Barbie movie.
At the same time, celebs were obsessed with Valentino’s almost entirely fuchsia Fall/Winter collection. So hot pink was the hottest color this year, and red was dead on his carpet.
glazed donut skin
Not content with just hydrated or dewy skin, Gen Z wanted skin that glows like icing on a donut this year. Just like their idol is Hailey Bieber, the model-turned-beauty brand founder.
Bieber’s skin is definitely enviable, but it doesn’t make us wonder if having Hollywood’s best esthetician on speed dial helps her glow.