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Here's her updated way to wearing it monochrome.
Pantone's Color of the Year, Living Coral, may be getting all the attention right now, but let's not forget about millennial pink just yet! Janine Gutierrez is proving that it's here to stay. Here's how she's updating monochrome blush.Her recipe? A sprinkle
Living Coral is slated to take over.
We're seeing an end to Millennial Pink's reign as the hottest hue, thanks to a vibrant yet mellow color on the rise: Say hello to Living Coral! The orangey hue has officially been proclaimed as Pantone's Color of the Year for 2019."Pantone
Are you a fan?
With lipstick, every skin tone has its own perfect nude, red, and dark hues. It's only a matter of color-matching yourself according to your undertones, which is something we all learn and develop a feel for the deeper we delve into makeup.
It's impossible to choose just one!
We totally get everyone's fixation on the millennial pink trend. It's cute, chic, and easy on the eyes. Plus, the flirty color goes well together with almost everything! That said, you probably have a closet brimming with pink stuff already, but Herschel's
All of them are pretty in pink!
We’re still not over the “millennial pink” trend—and frankly, we’re not quite sure we ever will be! This dainty hue is dominating the style stars’ OOTDs and the entire Internet basically; even our favorite beauty brands are hooked, repeatedly making use of
Colors come in and out of fashion, but this pink is here to stay.
Millennial pink has saturated our sartorial consciousness to the hilt—it wasn’t just the color of the year; it’s the color of a generation. Its sudden ubiquity had us clamoring for the trendy hue—Instagram feeds especially—for maximum FOMO. And just when we thought
If the term "millennial pink" makes you cringe (same) but you still can't stop loving that barely-there blush hue everyone's crazy about, you are going to adore this posh Singaporean spot! Welcome to Odette Restaurant, run by Chef Julien Royer—who, btw, has