For those of us who like to put time and effort into our appearance, beauty trends are one of the most exciting things in the world. They give us an insight into fashion and aesthetic imagery that will be popular next year, and they also presents us with cosmetic innovations and exciting new ways we can play up our appearance. Are you curious to know what the experts predict for 2019? Then read on!
While hair transplants used to be reserved mostly for men, more and more ladies are jumping on board as the technology improves and scientists find new ways to offer better results. If you’re bothered by your thinning hair for whatever reason, today you can find plenty of clinics that offer Follicular Unit Excision (FUE) with minimal pain and scarring involved. This method has been around for a while, but more and more doctors are becoming experts in it and you can now get a more visually appealing, seamless result and make it look like you naturally have a head full of thick, luscious hair. The procedure usually involves removing hair follicles from a donor area at the back of your head and then having them inserted through tiny incisions all over the balding patches at the front. As long as you find yourself a good plastic surgeon, you’re bound to be pleased with the results.
The trendiest thing in 2019? A beautiful smile! But rather than using makeup, aesthetic trends are turning more towards natural looks, so straight, pearly white teeth are going to be all the rage. One of the top procedures that you should consider if you have bad teeth is the All On 4. There’s no need for bone grafting because professional All On 4 dental implants are very lasting and can restore the full arch of your upper or lower teeth. They are permanent so you won’t have to bother with dentures, and the results are very great. Alternatively, if you only have slightly crooked teeth and can’t commit to wearing regular braces, you can ask your dentist for Invisalign. These are thin, transparent aligners that look very discreet when you put them on, and as long as you wear them regularly you can make your teeth straight and neat within a year.
Subtle Lip Plumpers
As we’ve mentioned, natural beauty is all the rage right now, and procedures that help you enhance what’s already pretty about you are becoming more popular. Lip plumpers are still going to be very much present, but rather than a dramatic change, it’s all about a very subtle touch. Minimal enhancements that give you a bit of that juicy plumpness are all you need, so make sure your plastic surgeon has a light touch when you go in for a treatment.
Tired, droopy eyes add a lot of years to our face, and most people seek to get that youthfulness back. Blepharoplasty, or eye lifting, is a procedure that could actually do that for you. By removing excess skin and fat from the area, a surgeon can get rid of that sagginess and help your eyes look more wide awake and lively. This can also help you get rid of under-eye bags and tighten the skin there, so if you’re looking for something to restore your youth, this is a great procedure to turn to.
Yep, breast surgery is still incredibly popular and it doesn’t seem like the trends will be going away any time soon. However, rather than big, obvious implants, women prefer to opt for something smaller and more natural. Largeness doesn’t seem to be the point, so plastic surgeons tend to give patients a more lifted and defined look. The implants themselves are made of softer, more pliant silicone, and the procedures are now safer and take a lot less recovery time. If you’ve been meaning to give your breasts a bit more plumpness, next year might be the perfect time to do that.
And as always, aesthetic procedures are all about you. If you want to change something about yourself and experiment with your own appearance that’s totally your right, so if this list gave you any new ideas, try them out and enjoy the results.
Sophia Smith is a beauty and style blogger, a graphic designer and a DIY enthusiast. She is a big fan of basics with a twist. Sophia writes mostly about beauty-related topics in her articles. She has contributed to a number of publications including: LA Fashion, Viva Glam Magazine, Just Haves, Whytt Magazine, How to Simplify and Carousel.