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10 Hair and Beauty Trends That’ll Be Big This Spring, According to Pinterest

– health.com

We've purchased our claw clips (they're back!), tried a probiotic sheet mask, and rocked a messy bun like Meghan Markle. Thanks to Pinterest, though, we now have even more information about the latest hair and makeup trends making waves on social media. See below for 10 ways Pinterest users are saving and searching for the upcoming spring season.

The trend: Glossy eyeshadows

The dewy look is in, and the trend has officially found its way to your eyelids. Instead of classic matte or glittery tones, Pinterest users are opting for a glossy eyeshadow. If you’re looking for inspiration, Kevyn Aucoin’s The Exotique Diamond Eye Gloss ($38; sephora.com) is perfect for this style. You can wear it on its own for a neutral, shiny shade, or layer on your favorite shadow to give your lids a glossy glow.

The trend: Stamp eyeliners

To add wow factor to your eye makeup, try stamping on a shape (or two). We’re loving this Lottie Stamp Liner Duo ($9; asos.com), which is the ultimate combo of classic and modern. On one side, you get the standard gel liner, and on the other, there’s a star stamp. Best of both beauty worlds.

The trend: Blush contouring

Enhancing your cheekbones just got easier. Make your blush and bronzer a tag team with this contouring technique. RMS Beauty Lip2Cheek ($36; dermstore.com) is incredibly creamy and blendable, making it an ideal pairing with your go-to bronzer. Or opt for Fenty Beauty’s Match Stix Trio ($54; sephora.com), which help conceal, contour and highlight.

The trend: Smudgy smacker

The idea behind this particular trend is finding a matte lipstick that provides a subtle shade of color to your lips. Our favorite? Glossier’s Generation G ($18; glossier.com), which promises to give you "the look and finish of just-blotted lipstick." Yes, please.

The trend: Face mists

Hydrate skin with a soothing face mist, like the cult favorite Mario Badescu Facial Spray ($14; amazon.com). The small bottle is packed with aloe herbs and rosewater, so you’ll feel fresh and ready to take on the day.

The trend: Cat eye nails

This fun nail trend started in high fashion, and now it’s on Pinterest. People are loving this effect, which shows a gleaming line through each nail. Adding geometric shapes, rhinestones, and more enhance the unique style.

The trend: Low side parts

It’s time to push your part even farther to the side with the latest hair styling trend. Celebrities like Jessica Alba, Amanda Seyfried, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley are just a few of the stars who have parted with their natural parts.

The trend: Headbands

Scrunchies are making a comeback, and so are headbands. Accessorize your hairstyle with something fun, like the Gingham Bow Headband from Cara ($22; nordstrom.com), or add a touch of glamour with the brand’s Pleated Turban Head Wrap ($22; nordstrom.com).

The trend: Platinum blonde

It looks like blondes are bound to have more fun this spring…

Women All Over the Internet Are Sharing Photos of Their Noses—Here’s Why

– health.com

One journalist is using her voice—and nose—to spread a message about beauty standards and self-acceptance. Radhika Sanghani is hoping women will join her in a new campaign, #sideprofileselfie. If enough women post pictures of their profiles, Sanghani hopes her campaign will “break the big nose taboo,” as she called it.

“I feel like the only taboo that hasn’t been broken is the big nose, and it’s not right,” Sanghani wrote in “Reclaiming the Side Profile,” an article she recently penned for Grazia. In the article, she made the case for broadening the body positive movement so it included nose size and shape as well.

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“We've seen the unfiltered spotty skin, the stretch marks, the cellulite and the body hair all being reclaimed as our own and beautiful online," she explained. "But noses are still hidden in subtle head tilts and awkward poses. We need change. It’s why I’m using this article to launch the #sideprofileselfie.”

Sanghani's call for women to make body peace with their noses clearly resonated on the Internet. Since her article was posted last week, the hashtag has gone viral, and commenters are adding their voices and insisting on change.

“My nose chin combo means I always avoid a #sideprofileselfie this campaign is needed!” one respondent shared on Twitter.

“I’ve never ever put a photo online of my side profile before because its made me self conscious everyday for as long as I can remember,” another revealed. “But you know what, BIG NOSES ARE OKAY although tweeting this is scary.”

“I’ve always hated my large nose and it’s bump. After a fracture in my late teens the asymmetry of my nose only became worse,” tweeted one woman. “This photo was one of many from my wedding day that I couldn’t bear to look at. It’s time to start loving our faces the way they are!”

Another woman proclaimed that having a “strong nose” is positively royal, using Princess Margaret as an example.

Sanghani knows exactly how these commenters feel. Because she was self-conscious of her own nose for so long, she refused to be photographed from the side. But after launching this campaign, she’s come to love her nose—despite what beauty standards dictate.

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“My theory is beauty standards have lauded small noses over big ones because they fit in with the idea of women being delicate, dainty and not taking up space,” Sanghani wrote. “But we’re not. We’re bold, strong, and we can take up as much space as we want, even with our bodies.”

This Woman Is Embracing Her Beard After 14 Years of Shaving Her Face Every Day

– health.com

Nova Galaxia is a vlogger who has polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal imbalance that causes an estimated 10% of women of childbearing age to have a higher proportion of male hormones. One sign of PCOS is excess facial or body hair—something she's been afflicted with since puberty.

RELATED: 9 Celebrities on the Very Real Body Hair Struggle

But after 14 years of razoring her facial hair daily, 26-year-old Galaxia is tired of shaving off her "secret." So she's chosen to embrace her beard and send a message to other women that they too shouldn't feel ashamed or embarrassed by their hairiness.

“Women shouldn’t have to shave if they choose not to, but what about those of us who have way more hair than what is considered socially acceptable?” she wrote in blog post for Graceless. “What about us women with dark, thick tummy and chest hair? What about us women who are fully capable of growing a big, bushy beard?”

On Wednesday, Galaxia posted two photos of herself with newly dyed red hair and a full beard. “Dyed my hair to match my beard,” she wrote.

In a YouTube video, Galaxia detailed her battle with PCOS. She said her body hair started “darkening” and caused ”just hair everywhere” between the ages of 11 and 12. Other signs of PCOS include irregular periods and acne, and the condition can make it hard to get pregnant.

Since her post about her decision to stop shaving, Galaxia has shared beauty tutorials covering her own makeup routine and even a how-to on rocking a glitter beard.

“Humans are incredibly diverse as a species, and there is no correct way to be a ‘man’ or a ‘woman,’” Galaxia wrote. She ended her post with a message to other women affected by hirsutism: “Go forth and start unlearning all that self hate. It’s alright to love your body, no matter what that means.”

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