After roughly two years of heightened lifestyle changes ranging from a looming pandemic and supply chain issues to "The Great Resignation" and elevated mental health advocacy, another thing to watch for is the ever-changing set of beauty trends slated to take over in 2022.
Catapulting off the "pandemic break-up hair" that's taken over social media, Pinterest has reported significant increases in searches for hard-to-miss hairstyles, featuring everything from mullets to shaved head dye designs.
Other platforms, such as The Pantone Color Institute, have also unveiled their prediction for what this year's "it" color of the year will be.
Whether you are intrigued by what's next in makeup, skin, hair and even nails, "GMA" has curated a guiding list of some of the buzziest beauty trends to keep on your radar right now.
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Toward the end of last year, The Pantone Color Institute announced "very peri" as 2022's color of the year.
"As we move into a world of unprecedented change, the selection of PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri brings a novel perspective and vision of the trusted and beloved blue color family, encompassing the qualities of the blues, yet at the same time with its violet red undertone, PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri displays a spritely, joyous attitude and dynamic presence that encourage courageous creativity and imaginative expressions," said executive director of The Pantone Color Institute Leatrice Eiseman in a statement.
The purple-blue hue can be worn in a variety of makeup and nail looks.
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Beyond basic bling
Pinterest shared in its 2022 predictions report that Gen Z is driving a trend toward accessories that go way beyond the basic earring, cuff, or layered necklace.
Now, people are getting into everything from tooth gems to bejeweled body adornments.
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The bixie cut
What's a bixie cut? It's a hybrid between a pixie and a bob cut that's popping up all over the interwebs. This shaggy layered short bob cut look make be taking a nod from hairstyles popularized by the likes of Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and more in the early '90s.
If you're looking for inspo, one of actress Florence Pugh's latest looks has got you covered.
Check nail art has exploded all over social media and has continued to trend into 2022.
The boxy mani look is fun, fabulous and easy to copy -- with a great pair of press-on nails!
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As more women continue to play up their naturally curly textures, Pinterest has predicted more will continue to try high puff hairstyles.
Check out this major hairspiration moment from beauty vlogger Océane below.
During the pandemic, people have been doing a lot of at-home skin self-caring, and are continually searching the best products and practices for optimal skin health.
As search terms such as microbiome and fermented skincare continue to rise on Google Trends, brands have begun creating products that speak to related skin concerns.
Products such as Glow Recipe's Avocado Ceramide Redness Relief Serum are antioxidant-rich, and include ingredients such as naturally derived avocado butter and extract as well as ceramide 5, which work to soothe, nourish and visibly reduce redness by supporting the skin's barrier health.
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Tik-Tok made me buy it
As TikTok continues to rapidly grow, it's also become one of the go-to social media platforms for discovering the latest trends and best beauty buys.
This modernized word-of-mouth style sharing has popularized products, such as Clinique's viral Black Honey lipstick, Peter Thomas Roth's Instant FIRMx Temporary Eye Tightener and more viral favorites.
Shop Peter Thomas Roth's viral eye tightener:
Instant FIRMx® Eye Temporary Eye Tightener
A quick-fix facial treatment that quickly helps tighten, firm, and smooth the look of fine lines, deep wrinkles, and pores for a temporary effect.
- Peter Thomas Roth
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