Zara Rabinowicz, editor of Kiss & Makeup, said that this spring will see bold shades make a comeback, with "a return to the neon lip" predicted.
She explained: "Makeup will be more playful and brighter and people will be less wary of using something different. We'll have more paint box-style applications, with less emphasis on brushes and application."
Ms Rabinowicz added that natural hair care trends will see lots of texture, with braids, "old-school crimping" and other techniques being used to create an "unstructed but involved" look.
Last month, Sharon Forrester told Vogue readers that this year promises to be full of colour, with pastels and eye-popping bright organic cosmetics taking centre stage.
Mark Hill recently added that soft, sexy waves and plaits will be seen everywhere, from the catwalk to the high street.