The Illustrated Guide to 2015's Beauty Buzz Words
You can thank Kylie Jenner's lips (or don't, it's up to you) for this one: When you apply your lip liner outside your lips, you’re overlining—and instantly making your pout look bigger.
A subtle version of bold ombré highlight trend. Subtle + ombré = sombre.
When a haircut is a bit too long to be a bob, it’s a lob. The celeb-loved collarbone-length cut typically has blunt, choppy ends and is styled with textured, messy waves.
This concealer-applying method is meant to “bake” the formula into your skin for a perfectly smooth finish. Apply a heavy coat of concealer wherever it's needed, then lightly blend (still leaving it very visible). Next, dust on heavy coat of translucent powder, then let it sit for 10 minutes while the concealer melts into your skin. Dust off the powder and voilá! Flawless finish.
A partially square, partially oval-shaped nail—trust us, your manicurist will know exactly what you’re talking about.
Natural-looking highlights that are applied all over to give the hair a multi-dimensional look not unlike the glossy glasses material.
Why apply a hydrating mask to your whole face if only your cheeks are dry? This technique uses multiple masks to target exactly what ails you, so all of your problems are solved at once. Plus, it's a great excuse for a face mask selfie.
It's the method behind all of your favorite celebs' highlights. The colorist paints the formula straight on the strands for extremely precise definition — and it's often used to achieve the most flawless sombré and tortoise shell looks.
Already a contouring pro? Consider this its highlighter-heavy counterpart. Applied on your cheekbones, bridge of your nose, or wherever light hits your skin, highlighter helps play up your features so you don't have to spend hours contouring like Kim K.