Beauty products to try in 2017
If you like to keep up with beauty trends in 2017, we have listed several beauty trends you want to check out. From lip powder to anal bleaching creams we’ve covered three newest beauty product trends in 2017 that you might want to try in the nearby future.
Everybody knows about liquid matte lipsticks, but you might want to try checking out the newest lip powder. The concept of lip powder is to give you a powdery feeling, but when you press them together, it feels as if your lips are wet. The purpose of the lip powder is to give you a silky soft matte finish just like the liquid matte lipsticks without worrying about the liquid dripping all over the place or the lipstick getting dry due to air exposure. And the best part is re-touching your lips after a long day has never been easier with a lip powder!
Tip: if you have a dry, flaky lips you might want to exfoliate your lips. There’s also a lot of DIY (do it yourself) recipes on how to make your own exfoliator which could save you money and from harsh chemicals if you have sensitive lips or allergy.
Anal Bleaching cream
Anal bleaching or anal lightening creams are often used to lighten the skin near your anus. Skin darkening is caused by g-strings, thongs and bad hygiene, if you don’t have the time to go to a salon or professional spa place, consider buying an anal bleaching cream for you to do it yourself, it’s easy and saves you some dollar.
Tip: make sure the best creams that you use are made out of natural ingredients to avoid any allergies or irritation.
Standard sponge and brushes have been in the market for a long time, they are makeup artist’s best friend and also for everyone that uses makeup. Silicone sponge is a new invention that you might want to try; it absorbs less product than regular sponges, very easy to clean and you don’t have to replace it as often as you change your brushes. You can clean your silicone sponge with antibacterial soap and leave it to dry, which is something you couldn’t do to a sponge or brushes.
Tip: use less product as a silicone sponge doesn’t absorb as a beauty sponge does. A small foundation can go a long way. And if you have some places that are hard to reach, fold the sponge into half and use the folded edge for the nooks and crannies that you can’t reach before.