A new year means a load of new beauty trends, and it's always interesting to see what takes off throughout the year.
Here's what we reckon will go big this year...
Upside down eyeliner
Who knew that placing a sweep of eyeshadow underneath your eye rather than on top could become such a trend?
This trend took off last year, and it's looking like it's going to be even bigger in 2018.
Sweep any colour eyeshadow or liner under your lower lash line to create the simple, yet super striking, look.
Clip in veneers
Braces are one thing, but clip in teeth?
Yes, you read it right. Clip in veneers look like they are about to take off.
They've gotten mixed reactions but then again so did clip in hair extensions at first...
those clip in veneers are very strange
— Joseph O'Brien ???????????????????????????? ???? (@BassLake0405) December 18, 2017
Do people actually think those clip in veneers look good????
— stephanie ???? (@StefalumpK) November 23, 2017
Madness how many people r getting them clip in veneers they actual look like they've spread chewing gum across there teeth
— sharday ???? (@Sadehaslam) November 14, 2017
This is one beauty trend that we absolutely LOVE.
Glitter was massive in 2017, and it looks like the trend won't be going anywhere anytime soon.
Whether you're off to a festival, headed to a party or simply just want to spice up your look, one swipe of glitter and you're sorted.
Keep it simple and go for a bit of glitter on your eyelids, cheekbones or go all out and attempt the glitter tongue trend. Whatever you're into...
With some major celebs jumping on the bandwagon of a razor-free life, it's only time before everyone else does too.
Teen Vogue predict that body hair could be a trend that really takes off in 2018.
We're not sure if we'll be jumping on this one or not, but it will be interesting to see if it catches on.
Pollution fighting products
It's no secret that the fumes floating around the city air can't be good for us, and they certainly can't be good for our skin.
We use SPF to protect our skin from the sun, so why not protect our skin from pollution as well?
Thankfully, according to Vogue, products that have anti-pollution agents in them are set to become very popular this year.