Nowadays there are many ways you can enhance your look, and with social media bringing extra pressure to look perfect, beauty treatments are on the rise. There is no shortage of weird and wonderful treatments. From Miami to Mexico, everyone wants to try out the latest trends. Here’s a look at the latest beauty treatments that aren’t just the latest fads but forecasted to stay for the long run.
Microblading is a girl’s new best friend. With flawless eyebrows being a trend that rose in 2016, more and more women have become obsessed with having perfect eyebrows. People are always looking for a quick shortcut to achieve the same look in less time, with less effort. That’s where microblading comes in. Microblading, put simply, is the process of semi-permanently tattooing your eyebrows by using thin strokes to create the illusion of thicker eyebrow hair. It’s a fairly painless and easy process, with the best aspect being that they last for up to 3 years (with some touch ups needed in-between).
Made famous by celebrities who would get this treatment before award ceremonies, vampire facials have finally reached the mainstream. Essentially, a “vampire” facial is about drawing out the blood from the patients arm and injecting it into the patient’s face using a dermal roller. This gruesome sounding process has many benefits when it comes to achieving younger looking skin, by encouraging rejuvenation and developing more collagen in the process.
Bone lifts are a newer emerging trend, where sagging skin can be uplifted by the bone structure underneath. A leading surgeon pioneering this treatment is Gary Ross, a well-known surgeon for cosmetic surgery, Manchester. He recently discussed this treatment in relation to facelifts and the like. Whilst the bone lift surgery seems promising, it’s still in the very early development process. However, once it’s brought out into the mainstream, it’s sure to be topping the beauty treatments must-have surgery list.
Milk Peels are a more delicate way of achieving your desired look. Because of the lactic acid being naturally present in the body, patients are less likely to develop an adverse reaction. Milk Peels can be used on the face and hands to treat those who have spent too much time in the sun and have developed ageing side effects because of this. Milk Peels are more of a facial than a cosmetic treatment, so it’s clear to see why it’s become so popular – achieving youthful looking skin without going under the knife.
When it comes to beauty treatments, it can be hard finding the best one to suit you. With the industry ever evolving, it’s easy to get caught up in the trends and get a treatment that isn’t right for you. However, luckily, there are some beauty trends that become timeless. So, which treatment will you be trying in 2018?