Which 2010 Beauty Trend Is Most Likely to Succeed?

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2010 beauty trends?

We hear ’em every year — wait, no, every season! — a new batch of makeup and beauty trends. Which ones will go mainstream, and which ones won’t? Everyone loves playing prognosticator every once in a while, right? Err, at least I sure do. 🙂


Oh, if I missed a trend that you expect us to see a lot next year, do tell. Let me know in the comments.

Which 2010 beauty trend is most likely to succeed?

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  1. Tavia says:

    Here in my country fake tan is very popular, girls usually prefer to have fake tan than wear makeup….on the second place will be the nail art
    .-= Tavia’s last blog post… Bobbi Brown Color Strips Collection for Spring 2010 =-.

  2. Anita says:

    I think all of these trends are likely to do well. One trend I wish wouldn’t do so well is the tanned look. I used to be very into the fake bake look and all the dangerous ways to get it. I wish a persons natural skin color would catch on trend here in the US.

  3. K says:

    Oh gosh, I hope that nail art doesn’t become that big. I’ve seen too many ugly nail designs…if only I could forget!!
    .-= K’s last blog post… A Year in Photos =-.

  4. I voted for Eco-Beauty. I think as everyone becomes more conscious of the chemicals in makeup and hair products, they will start to seek out eco-friendly alternatives. I have already started doing this myself! I now use a very simple shampoo and conditioner — and I used to be the girl that would spend a fortune on the fancy stuff.
    .-= Deconstruction’s last blog post… Row Nine: New Online Sample Sale Site =-.

  5. Kristen says:

    They say the fake tan is so 2009, but I don’t see them going away anytime soon. And why should they? When done right, they’re hot.

    And I have a feeling fuller, thicker brows are here to stay, which I think is a good thing. One step closer to natural beauty being universally accepted.
    .-= Kristen’s last blog post… Makeup and Beauty Blog’s Guest Blogger =-.

  6. sarah says:

    I think fake tans are going to be in, with the new idea that tanning beds should be for those only over 18.

  7. Sara says:

    I work in cosmetics. Everyday I have more people asking me about Eco friendly products or products with the purest ingredients. I think this is why mineral makeup is so huge right now. I think that it is evolving and will eventually have the purest products and purest way of making them with the best coverage.

  8. amy says:

    I am going to say it is going to be a toss up with nail art and eco beauty. Nail art is fun and relatively easy to achieve and with so much emphasis on sustainability, eco beauty is going get even bigger. Classic red lip is classic.
    .-= amy’s last blog post… FOTD Urban Decay Ecstasy, AC/DC and Nylon Eyeshadows with MAC Warm Me Up Lipstick and MAC MSF By Candle Light =-.

  9. Rati says:

    I guess Red Lips would be Mwwwaahh! the coming year.
    .-= Rati’s last blog post… Sonam Kapoor’s Ten Tips on Staying Healthy =-.

  10. Rebecca says:

    Ugh, I hope fake tans go away… not that I want people to start flocking to the tanning booths or anything, I wish they could just embrace their natural skin tones! Fake tans almost always look tacky, in my opinion, and tanning booths just aren’t worth the damage they cause skin. That being said, I’m sure red lips will stick around, and eco-beauty will probably get even more popular.
    I’ve never heard of mood-enhancing beauty products, but they sound fun. Off to google!
    .-= Rebecca’s last blog post… The *other* Urban Decay Primer Potion =-.

  11. mill says:

    i said the red lip but i WISH it was the marc by marc jacobs bows in the number five picture!

  12. Sarah says:

    My dad has skin cancer, so I’m pretty much anti-tan in general, but it also almost always looks horrible…

    I hope those bunny ears (LV, I think?) never truly take off. NY Mag did a funny video test driving them in the real world…

  13. Mariah says:

    MOOD enhancing products? Where can I get those??

    You mean different than mood-lipsticks and such, right? You don’t mean the ones that change colors with your body heat/chemicals, right?

    Because if there’s products designed to make you feel better (and I don’t just mean pretty packaging) then point me the way!!

    Can you imagine? Would insurance cover makeup that’s as good as Prozac? Tee hee!!!

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