While some of us are still trying to ace the beauty trends of 2018, 2019’s first and biggest beauty trend is already taking over Instagram. The trend ‘Yoga Skin’ is not the skin you gain by doing a few asanas and it’s definitely not a sweaty looking makeup. This year is all about making your skin glow from within and that’s exactly what ‘Yoga Skin’ is all about.

We know you have many questions about the trend and its popularity, read on to find out...

Yoga Skin is 2019's first and biggest beauty trend

UK based makeup artist Sara Hill introduced the ‘Yoga Skin’ technique through her Instagram account “to make the skin look lit from within.” In her words this simple 8 step tutorial is sure to give you "Healthy, glowing, hydrated, radiant, sheer, and natural. Skin that looks like skin at its very best." 

Here’s how it goes…
 

Here’s how it goes…

Step 1: Follow your usual CTM routine. Let your moisturiser absorb completely before moving on to the next step.

Step 2: Create the perfect base using a primer and spreading it evenly all over your face.

Yoga Skin is 2019's first and biggest beauty trend

Step 3: Take 3-4 pumps or drops of your favourite liquid foundation which gives sheer to medium coverage. We suggest the Lakme 9 to 5 Naturale Foundation Drops.

Yoga Skin is 2019's first and biggest beauty trend

Step 4: Now take one drop of your favourite skin care facial oil such as the Lakme Absolute Argan Oil Radiance Overnight Oil-in-Serum.

Yoga Skin is 2019's first and biggest beauty trend

Step 5: One drop of strobe cream or liquid highlighter, preferably in a golden tone to add to the glow.

Step 6: If you are aiming for extra shine include one drop of glow drops. (This step is optional)

Step 7: Now massage into your skin using your fingers. This improves circulation, relaxes the facial muscles, de-puffs and allows the base to settle better. Wait for at least a minute between each layer.

Step 8: Apply a little amount of concealer only on areas that require extra coverage, such as under eyes, spots or around the nose. You can lightly tap some powder to set the look but it very minimum.

Picture credits: @sarahillmakeup