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Beauty trends that will dominate 2020

Floating eyeliner

Tracing a thin stripe of eyeliner just above the crease of your lids creates the illusion of an upward sweep, says makeup artist Jo Baker. Not to mention it looks supercool, as shown here on Alexa Chung. 

Ignite a brilliant streak

A graphic flick of neon eyeliner is so striking, you can skip all other makeup and still be a knockout. At Helmut Lang, makeup artist Susie Sobol traced the wing shape first with white eye pencil and then brushed colored powder on top. 

Highlight with pink

“Dusting blush in a C shape from the top of the cheeks to your eyes creates a soft halo effect that adds dimension to your face.” —Daniel Martin, makeup artist 

Bowl cut 2.0

Considering a major chop? Charlize Theron makes a convincing case for a subversive short crop. 

Highest updos

Few hairstyles can take you from spin class to the step-and-repeat, but the topknot oozes effortless cool. Pull out face-framing pieces and add volume at the crown to play up the romantic vibe. 

Another ‘90s haircut

Before the Rachel there was the Linda (as in Evangelista). Long on top and layered throughout, this versatile haircut is conspicuously fresh again. 

What about bob

Chin-length hair has never been easier or breezier. Kaia Gerber’s clean, layer-free bob is the work of master hairstylist Guido Palau, who made the ends blunt and left the front a smidge longer to give this straight cut maximum swing. 

Kaleidoscope effect

Dark hues and heavy liner can actually make eyes look smaller. The watercolor-shadow look, when done using modest pastel or sunset colors, brings out eyes in a sweet way.

Sculpt & shine

“After years of doing stick-straight ends on waves, it’s now about a soft, curved finish created with a round brush during your blow-dry.” —, Lily Aldridge’s hairstylist.

Let loose

The rumpled, tousled waves seen at Celine were like bedhead with added finesse. The look has more shine and a more relaxed bend to the hair. Make a center part, as hairstylist Esther Langham did at the show, to give the overall feel an easy ’70s vibe. 

Round out

“The glossy, bouncy blowout is back, like what I did on Jennifer Lopez for the Versace show. It gives the hair a nice, rounded shape that feels lightweight. ” —Chris Appleton, celebrity hairstylist