- Some beauty trends that were popular throughout the 2010s haven't exactly aged well.
- Although they were popular throughout the 2010s, tanning beds can be dangerous and increase one's risk of developing skin cancer.
- Graphic, negative-space eyeliner should be left behind since it's not flattering for most eye shapes or for daily wear.
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The 2010s welcomed plenty of skin-care, makeup, and hair trends — but not all of them are worth carrying into the 2020s.
Here are 10 beauty trends from the past decade that should be left behind.
Tanning beds were especially big in the 2010s, but they're still not a wise idea.
There's a reason thick eyeliner isn't as popular as it once was.
Glitter is still trendy, but putting stuff from the craft store on your eyes isn't a great idea.
Gel manicures look pretty but they could be wreaking havoc on your nails.
Facial oils are popular, but they could be the culprit behind your breakouts.
Unless you're walking a runway or posing for photographs, you might want to leave the heavy contouring in the past.
Microblading comes with a number of drawbacks and a few risks.
You might want to leave damaging chemical straighteners in the past.
Graphic, negative-space eyeliner should be left behind on the red carpets of the 2010s.
Super glittery highlighters might photograph well, but they might not always shine in real life.