Every day, a new skincare trend emerges that quickly takes over the internet and goes viral. It’s not hard to figure out what will happen next – it’s on everyone’s wish list. From glass skin to slugging, there’s always a new fad that enters everyone’s consciousness, and that can change at any time. Thanks to Hailey Bieber, there’s a new trend that has recently been all the rage. We’re talking about ‘glazed donut skin,’ which is a lacquer-like finish on the skin that is creamy and glistening. See how radiant Hailey’s skin is? That’s what we’re discussing. The glazed donut finish is a slightly more natural-looking extension of glass skin that looks unusually real and more achievable.
While we’ve given you a general idea of how the trend appears on the skin, we also need to explain it. Basically, plumped, moisturised, and glowing skin. It’s more like a radiant epidermis than the lit-from-within kind. If you’re worried about the humidity interfering with glowing, youthful skin, don’t be: “When it’s humid, your skin naturally retains some moisture to keep itself hydrated.” Sweating, on the other hand, causes dehydration, irritation, and breakouts because water and salts are lost. So, even if it’s humid outside, don’t forget to use a moisturiser. We also suggest using hyaluronic acid before applying moisturiser and keeping a facial hydrosol on hand for hydration touch-ups on the go to achieve glazed donut skin.
There is no such thing as glazed donut skin without the proper skincare routine, and there is no such thing as the right ingredients without the proper skincare routine. Just by looking at it, you can tell that the glazed donut skin is all about dewiness. And for that, you’ll need to keep the right products on your hands, such as cleansers, serums, hydration, and various facial oils. To remove dirt, oil, grime, sweat salts, dead skin, and makeup residue from the skin, a cleanser is essential. Apply a hydrating serum, preferably one that contains ingredients like vitamin C, E, and hyaluronic acid. Moisturize with ceramides, hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, shea butter, and niacinamide-containing creams. Pamper your skin with serums that are tailored to your skin type.