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Whole Foods has looked into its organic, non-GMO crystal ball and determined the biggest skin-care trends of 2021 — and the best part is they’re all available to you today. To celebrate Whole Foods Market’s Beauty Week, the company’s expert Trend Council put together its list of the top five clean beauty trends for 2021, and brought back their limited-edition Beauty Bags for the occasion. The annual beauty sale runs from March 10 to March 16, and those interested in trying the trends can find them in stores and online via Whole Foods Market on Amazon. Better still, the products are 25% off and you can get an extra 10% off if you’re a Prime Member. The company is also offering its Beauty Bags, which are valued at $135, for $20 in stores only starting March 12. The biggest clean-beauty trends of the year, according to Whole Foods, are: Beauty Goes Waterless, with a move to solid products that save water and reduce packaging; Multitasking Balms that do it all; Juiced-Up Skin Care, which incorporates fruits and veggies into skin-care formulas; Upcycled Beauty using repurposed ingredients, like coffee grounds that would’ve otherwise been discarded; and Stressed Skin, Meet Ramped-Up Remedies, for some much-needed skin R&R. As for the Beauty Bags, both are packed in Queen Alaffia cosmetic bags that fund women’s empowerment projects in Togo, West Africa. The Glow Up Beautiful bag comes packed with coconut oil from Shea Moisture, shampoo and conditioner from Acure, and a Cocokind Resurfacing Sleep Mask, to name a few. If you’ve been looking to try a new hair mask, The New Essentials bag includes a clarifying mask from 2chic, vitamin A serum from Mad Hippie, and a Whole Foods Market Age Defying Açai face mask. Stocking up on clean beauty will be a lot easier — and cheaper — over the next few days while this sale is ongoing, so start making space in your bathroom cabinet now. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
It may have been a virtual event this year, but last night's Golden Globe Awards were still full of glamorous beauty moments. Celebrities gathered from home to celebrate some of the best in film and television, and even though most were in their living rooms, they pulled out all the stops. While we might not be looking for our own designer gowns any time soon, we did take note of all the affordable beauty products celebrities were wearing.We love taking inspiration from red carpet looks, but rarely do we think it to be the best place to score relatable product recommendations. However, these finds are all under $30. In fact, most are under $15. So regardless of who the awards went to last night, it feels like our wallets are the true winners of the Golden Globes.Ahead, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite drugstore products — from nail polish to skin serum — that we spotted at last night's ceremony. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. All product details reflect the price and availability at the time of publication. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.The Star: Sarah HylandE.l.f Cosmetics EyeshadowThis pigment-packed eyeshadow quad packs a refreshing punch with its combination of minty and chocolatey neutral hues. Hyland's makeup artist, Allan Avendaño, layered the tones together to create a multi-dimensional shadow movement that would pop against the star's red dress (and hair).ELF Cosmetics Mint Melt Eyeshadows, $, available at ELF CosmeticsThe Star: Jane FondaL’Oreal Paris Elvive Dry ShampooWhere would we be without Jane Fonda? And where would we be without a good dry shampoo? The icon's stylist, Jonathan Hanousek, used the L'Oreal Paris Elvive Dry Shampoo to deliver the kind of plumped volume that's key for any glamorous style.Elvive Dream Lengths Air Volume Dry Shampoo, $, available at L'OréalThe Star: Elle FanningL’Oreal Paris Revitalift SerumIf you're looking for plump, moisturized skin to get your makeup off to the right start, hyaluronic acid, like this 1.5 percent serum, is a godsend. Fanning's makeup artist, Erin Ayanian Monroe, used it as the first step to her glam.Revitalift Derm Intensives 1.5% Pure Hyaluronic Acid Serum, $, available at L'OréalL’Oreal Air Volume MascaraFor Fanning’s makeup look, she went for classic Hollywood glam which of course involves doll-like, voluminous eyelashes. This particular formula promises all the fullness without the heavy-lash feeling.L'Oreal Paris Air Volume Mega Mascara, Lightweight Mega Volume Washable, $, available at L'Oreal ParisThe Star: Sofia CarsonGarnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Anti-Frizz SerumTo create Carson's sleek updo, her stylist, Caile Noble, used this serum as they pulled back her hair to not only introduce a bit of hold to the style, but get rid of any flyaways. Garnier Anti-Frizz Serum, Frizzy, Dry, Unmanageable Hair5.1fl oz, $, available at WalgreensThe Star: Sarah PaulsonOPI Nail Polish in The Beige Of ReasonWhile her Prada-branded cast may have taken center stage at last night's Golden Globes, Paulson's manicure reminds us of the power of a good, neutral beige polish. Her manicurist, Emi Kudo, proves that truly goes with every outfit.OPI The Beige of Reason, $, available at OPIThe Star: Viola DavisL’Oreal Age Perfect Radiant ConcealerTo create a bright and radiant complexion on Davis, makeup artist Autumn Moultrie picked a concealer formulated with hydrating serum and glycerin. Not only does it leave the skin covered and hydrated, but it won't settle into lines as the day (or late-night award show) goes on.L'Oréal Radiant Concealer with Hydrating Serum, $, available at L'OréalLike what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?The Golden Globes Were Full Of Fashion MomentsAnya Taylor-Joy's Glam Stole The Golden GlobesTiffany Haddish Just Revealed Golden Blonde Hair
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The juicing phenomenon that's taken over the health and wellness industry is beginning to influence the beauty world, too. Ingredient lists on beauty products have started to read more like something you'd eat with kale, broccoli, green tea, and so many other superfoods making appearances, and it's all thanks to the "juiced-up" skin-care trend. Whole Foods is naming juiced-up skin-care one of the biggest trends in the beauty space for 2021. In recent years, the "clean beauty" category has boomed, and more and more brands are pulling inspiration from nature in their product formulations. "Produce-aisle favorites are now playing starring roles in new beauty products," the Whole Foods trend report said. "New skin-care and self-care essentials will make you rethink how to take full advantage of top superfoods. From celery and mushrooms to blueberries, who knew that your go-to ingredients for juices, smoothies, and salads could help your skin appear a little brighter and firmer?" Celery has long been celebrated for being rich in vitamin K and C and its ability to boost hydration in the body, but now we're seeing the ingredient pop up on some of our moisturizers and balms for those same reasons. Blueberries are one of the best sources of antioxidants, which help protect the skin against damage from free radicals and premature signs of aging. Even mushrooms are loaded with anti-inflammatory and antiaging benefits. Keep scrolling to shop our favorite superfood-packed products to give your skin a healthy dose of the juiced-up skin-care trend.
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