Style is one of our favourite things to write about. Whether it’s the biggest trends that are all over social media or how you can build a capsule closet, our articles are the perfect source of style inspiration. Style is a reflection of your personality, but you want to make sure you’re still on trend and looking contemporary. Everyone has an aesthetic that they feel reflects who they are. It might be cottagecore or Y2K. Our articles cover all the latest styling trends, including the aesthetic going viral on social media. If you want to refresh your style, these articles are perfect place to start. We also have tips and tricks on how to style the must-have pieces of the season. Read more in the articles below.
Not everyone is a bold lipstick person. After all, it takes a lot of confidence to pull off a red lip or a vibrant shade of blue. Most of us like to stay in our comfort zone with a trusty nude lipstick and matching liner. With natural makeup being one of the biggest trends within the beauty industry, it’s no surprise that more of us are choosing to go back to the fuss-free nude lipsticks.
TikTok is our go-to spot to look for trends and style inspiration. Thanks to the viral video sharing app, it’s never been easier to find the style and aesthetic that works for you. After all, the app is responsible for starting and turbo-charging trends like cottagecore and Y2K. While the debate is still ongoing on Instagram vs TikTok, we find the video sharing app to be our go-to for everyday inspiration.
Copper hair is one of the most daring but wearable shades that you can choose when you decide to transform your look. One of the most famous copper hair moments came in Luc Besson’s 1997 classic sci-fi film ‘The Fifth Element’, when the movie’s hairstylist managed to convince Milla Jovovich to dye her hair a bright copper shade.
Fall brings with it the perfect opportunity to shake up your closet for the rest of the year. While there are classics that you’ll reach for every year like leather handbags and plaid scarves, there’s on accessory that you might be overlook. Jewellery has the power to elevate your look and take it to the next level within an instant.
Perfume is considered to be one of the oldest traditions in the beauty industry. It’s something that is rich in history, culture, and intrigue. Perfume has changed and evolved throughout history, changing its purpose, but it’s always been there. Smell is one of our primary scents and a way that helps us feel the world around us. Smells can unlock memories and stir emotions deep within us that we never expected.
Summer is the perfect time to experiment with your hairstyle. The infamous ‘wolfcut’ is everywhere that you look on social media and it’s just as fierce as the name suggests. It’s a mash-up of two of the biggest trends in the hair industry right now, the shag and the mullet. Just like most of the beauty trends that we’re seeing right now, the wolf-cut has become a trend in no small part due to TikTok. It’s time to wave goodbye to the classic bob and to try out this latest hairstyle that everyone is talking about.
Cardigans are one accessory that often make us think of our grandmothers or our school uniform. For years, they were considered one of the least-chic accessories that you could add to your closet. Thanks to celebrities like Harry Styles and Taylor Switch, cardigans of all times are starting to make a comeback. Whether it’s oversized, subtle, or statement cardigans, this accessory has become a knitwear staple that is trans-seasonal and inter-generational. Everyone from Gen Z to your parents are wearing cardigans. This accessory is making a major comeback and it’s one that you want to add to your closet ASAP.
August is a funny time for our closets. It’s still summer (technically) but it can start to feel like the early days of autumn. August is the definition of a ‘transitional’ month, meaning you’ll find yourself pulling from both the summer and autumn sections of your closet to create fashion looks. By this stage in the summer, we’re all tired of repeating the same six outfits every week. August is your last chance to get the most out of your summer closet, while letting you have the first chance to start experimenting with autumn essentials.
When the temperatures start to rise during the summer, it’s the perfect time to experiment with your hair. The rising temperatures can make it more difficult to deal with long and thicker hair, which is why most of us choose the summer to go for a new look. Depending on your hair type, you might end up dealing with everything from dryness to frizz and extra volume during the summer.
Wedding dress season is in full swing. After a year of cancelled and postponed weddings, along with a lot of elopments, we’re all ready to get back to being wedding guests. By now, your inbox is probably flooding with invitations to the wedding of high school friends, university classmates, and work colleagues. A wedding is the most important social event in your calendar, and you want to make sure you’re dressed to impress.
Y2K is one of the biggest trends right now. Whether it’s fashion or beauty, everyone is talking about the trends that dominated the early 2000s. Whether it’s nostalgia for millennials or discovering trends for the first time, Y2K is one aesthetic that we’re seeing everywhere. Everyone from beauty editors to celebrities and influencers are rocking the Y2K trends. Whether it’s space buns, thin brows, or ombre lips, it’s time to shake up your beauty routine with a touch of Y2K. We’re deep diving into the world of Y2K to see what all the hype is about and the trends that everyone is talking about. Spoiler alert: it’s more than just an aesthetic, it’s a way of life.
Frizz hair can be a nightmare during the summer. The humidity, combined with your naturally frizzy hair, can be a girl’s worst nightmare when the temperatures start to rise. Frizz is when your hair doesn’t align straight and is caused by moisture that swells-up your hair. Your hair naturally becomes frizzier as the humidity around you goes above the level of moisture and water in your hair. Whether you’re indoor or outdoors, your hair naturally absorbs moisture from the air. After your hair has consumed all this moisture, it starts to swell and become frizz.