- Hope, optimism and fun for 2018 plus eco-awareness in fabrics and techniques.
- Ice cream pastels, pretty and pure for a fresh start
- The pop of top to toe crayola brights.
- Party in shine, tassels, feathers.
- Plastics in futuristic shapes, see through dresses - Chanel.
- All classics pimped up. Trenches with bright wide waist cinches or layers as in Celine.
- Add social responsibility with slogan t-shirts.
- Last but not least the return of the pencil skirt to wiggle and slink in - Prada.
Catwalk images above: Chanel, Celine, Saint Laurent, Tom Ford
MAKEUP FOR 2018
- Glossy eye lids are still rockin' the runways to my delight and they are here to stay, yippee!
- Pastel washes on the eye are also favoured in the spring/summer collections.
- Also neons.
- Nude lips naturally enhanced with balm and pink shades.
- Illuminated fresh clear skin is abundant thoughout with a generous application of highlighter.
Really popular with makeup artists during the Fashion Week catwalk shows for spring/summer 2018 was Josh Rosebrook Vital Balm – part moisturiser, part balm leaves skin with a natural luminescent glow. Also beauty musts for 2018, Shine Illuminator, glow enhancement primer from Cosmetics A La Carte, Rodial Bee Venom 24 Carat Gold Body Soufflé and Instaglam Compact Deluxe highlighting powder, Yves Saint Laurent eye gloss, Burts Bees lip collection, Mac Pro palette in pastels, Kryolan Supracolor palette.
Catwalk images above: Byblos, Missoni, Marni, Missoni
HAIR FOR 2018
- Big natural bouncy hair embracing the curls.
- Blow drys, scrunchies, hairbands and barrettes are back!
- Ponytails worn low.
- Textured wet look wavy hair.
- We are still loving the undone messy braids and the long fringe is still on trend.
Catwalk images above: Chanel, Versace, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana
NEW YEAR NEW YOU. THE HAIR, MAKEUP AND FASHION PREDICTIONS FROM THE JOY GOODMAN AGENCY FOR 2018
What's new for hair? What's the latest makeup trends? And what will we be wearing in 2018? Celebrity Fashion Stylist, Annabel Hodin AND top Hair and Makeup Artists, Amanda Clarke and Alice Theobald tell us what are the most important trends for the New Year...
What are the main trends from the designer catwalks that will affect the way we look, this year? With the 60s renaissance especially at Chanel will you be backcombing your hair, wearing see-through plastic and having a blue eye shadow moment? Or will the Dolce & Gabbana vibe, Victoria reigning on TV and a Royal wedding mean you'll be donning a crown or tiara as a headlining style statement?