Remember a time when you had to ask someone smarter than you the meaning of a certain word or struggle to cook a particular dish? Well, if you don’t, then you're probably too young! After 2005, Google became one of the most popular search engines and has been ever since.
Google plays such a crucial part in our lives that it makes us wonder how we ever functioned without it in the past.
Clearly Google is important for almost all of us, and at the end of every year, the biggest search engine compiles a list of the most searched topics in the past 365 days in every field and this year’s beauty trends didn’t disappoint. So, if you thought you were the only one who didn’t know much about makeup, well think again.
Here’s what Google's End of Year beauty list consisted of:
Google's End of Year Beauty Trend #1
Admit it, you have searched for this one before. Learning how to put on fake lashes takes a lot of patience and it really tests your dexterity with tiny objects. Fake lashes have become common in the beauty world for those who aren’t blessed with voluminous lashes and when mascara just doesn’t cut it.
Google's End of Year Beauty Trend #2
Blush helps add a bit of
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Google's End of Year Beauty Trend #3
We aren’t surprised by this one. Most people are often confused about when to apply it. And if you don’t know the benefits either, to save you some time, a face toner is a quick, absorbing liquid that helps remove excess dirt, balance the pH of your skin, and control acne.
Google's End of Year Beauty Trend #4
Liquid foundation can be a bit tricky. The most important part of using a liquid foundation is to apply it evenly without making it look patchy or
Google's End of Year Beauty Trend #5
Unlike strip lashes, individual lashes have 4 or 5 lashes on a piece. This helps it blend with the wearer's natural lashes and make it look more realistic.
Google's End of Year Beauty Trend #6
Mascaras are the easiest way of creating the illusion of fuller lashes without the use of false lashes. A few coats can do wonders for your entire look.
Google's End of Year Beauty Trend #7
Any beauty enthusiast will tell you the importance of using a primer before applying foundation. Primers help combat shine, create a smoother base for your foundation and help it stay on longer.
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