Gone are the days when the prerogative to produce a
product\service sat with producer only. Consumers have an urge to have their
personal stamp or rather touch on any product they consumer.
TrendER defines what beauty really means to women. We visit our beauty trend report to bring you this insight.
The human insight: What beauty really means is –
In such beard-appreciating times, there has to be effort made to make shaving great again. Especially when there isn’t a lot of education around shaving. Leaving men with bumps, rashes
While old beauty standards have been quite destructive, for the most part, the emerging beauty ideals are empowering. It’s a gift truly, we are living in a very empowering and
Beauty is known to be associated with intense ideals that undermine the normal imperfections most skin goes through. Being the discriminator of what’s acceptable, from what’s not. Driving people crazy.
The fashion industry is often influenced by films and sometimes the other way around. Blockbuster films with cult followings tend to make the biggest impact on fashion. Leaving people inspired to
Clothing styles have been changing at a rapid pace. Just like clothing, hair isn’t staying the same. People have held many reservations towards hair but no longer, is it just
Africans have taken a much larger interest into the way their hair looks. Short or long term woman enjoy the attention they receive from unique hair styles.
For centuries "standard" colors
On the edge of ever-evolving makeup trends the natural movement is making a cross-over into the beauty and cosmetics industry.
While there are many who favour a bare face (think Alicia
Skin is one of the more important parts of the body in both a woman and man’s life. In an age of endless events and documenting these events for everyone
Jidenna, American music artist, was influential in the bearded-look movement. It started to explode back in 2015 when his hit song “Classic Man” was released. It has become an anthem
Consumers are becoming more comfortable with revealing their flaws. The #nomakeup movement is encouraging people to bare their natural selfs and accept what makes them uniquely beautiful.
Diversity is often seen