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LFW SS16 – The (weirdest) beauty trends tried and tested

Posted on 2nd October 2015 by PROinsider

As hair and beauty pros, we love seeing all the new trends emerging from fashion weeks. From lip shades to hair colour, every season something fresh and innovative is introduced – and as it’s a good eight months before the said season starts again, we’ve got plenty of time to brush up on the new trends. Fashion week is layered with lashings of drama and art, but there’s always a few looks that seem to take it a tad too far and gets us thinking, “What would that look like on the average woman?” So, we asked one average woman to road test the weird and wacky SS16 trends – and give us her verdict…



Barefaced beauty

I love this look as it really accentuates my eye bags, dull skin and blemishes. Gorgeous.



Top tip: Don’t do it.



Orange brows

I have the biggest, bushiest eyebrows known to man, so I’m always on the lookout for ways to draw more attention to them. This could be it.



Top tip: If you think you’ve drawn them too big. Go bigger.



Wet look hair

My hair turns into a matted bird’s nest after washing, which is why I hate brushing my hair when it’s wet, so this will definitely be my look for SS16.



Top tip: Sell your hairdryer.



Jewel face

My skin tends to breakout all the time, so this is perfect for hiding spots and blemishes.



Top tip: Wear something plain, you wouldn’t want to look stupid.



Floating eyeliner

When I apply my normal liquid eyeliner it usually turns out like this, so I’m a pro already.



Top tip: Ask a seven-year-old child to draw them on to nail the look.



Orange hairnet

I often wonder what to do with my empty onion nets – what a perfect way to keep the hair off my face in the summer.



Top tip: If you fancy a more vibrant tone, buy a bag of oranges.



What’s your favourite look?

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