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Actually, while I haven't seen the eye makeup anywhere locally at my end, I have seen some young (college-age) women at my end sporting the lips and blushed cheeks. It seems to be a trend to have the matching lips and cheeks with the blush more to the side than up front.Of course I also hear online too that a trend is starting with teens and young women: a trend towards wearing lipgloss in the place of other makeup, such as blush...but I haven't seen it happen as yet. I think this is partly because some lipglosses are too sticky to really work anywhere else but on lips.But yes, at least on the lone prairie where I am, the young women are wearing higher heels like they have been all year...and they do have the lips and cheeks going if not the eyes. :)
I was walking in town today and one of the more expensive shoe shops had various styles of stilettoes in black but also primary solid colours - specifically deep glossy pink.So there's definately a trend there.M
Update:I am not sure where else to post this, so please pardon me if this is a bit of a drift....I was out and about running errands yesterday. Saw more ladies with the makeup going on (at least the lips and matching side-blushed cheeks), and a few more wearing heels...And I spotted another trend, well, at least among women of color...The hair. Seems curls, and not just any curls but big, doll-like, almost EGL styled *ringlet* curls, are in style....Now if only we could make this catch on a bit with *everyone* and not just have it be an "ethnic" thing, whatever that means. No offense meant, I'm just saying the hair is cute and that *everyone* who can try it should...(pulls foot furiously out of mouth) Carry on. :p
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