Trends are a huge thing in our culture. Whatever your particular interest, there’s likely a list out there of what’s hot and what’s not every decade, year, or month. Are you a fashionista? Then you probably religiously follow the trends of every season, and find yourself rushing out to buy a midi skirt and crop top, or a certain pattern for spring. If you can’t get enough of Sephora, you probably have bought quite a few neon eyeliners or strange polish shades because they were the ‘must have color of the season.’ A foodie who tries every strange dish at a restaurant at least once? From durian to dumplings, you’ve tried it all, and are always looking for what new flavor you can explore.
Trends can be fun to keep up with, and many individuals pick and choose what trends they truly like and are interested in incorporating into their lives. After all, no one wants to be a trend slave.
However, a lot of trends are… well, just plain weird. Something you’d never think of doing to your hair, or something you’d never think of consuming, all of a sudden you’re told – it’s a must! It’s the hottest of the hot!
Here are 10 weird trends you may not have heard of, but just wait… they’ll be popping up on trendy lists soon. Get ahead of the game by trying out some of these trends.
10 Dyed Underarm Hair
9 Frizzy Hair
8 Eyebrow Extensions
6 Cricket Flour
5 Coffee with Butter
4 Snail Facials
2 Mesh Hair Dryers
1 Bone Broth
This trend got a lot of public attention when a celebrity – Shailene Woodley, in particular – spoke out about it’s effectiveness. Bone broth is exactly what it sounds like – the broth that results from boiling bones, from either cows, chickens, or fish, for hours and hours until they break down and create a lovely, clear stock. Some restaurants have even started selling it for those who don’t want to spend hours by their stove, staring into a pot of bones. In theory, sipping this concoction is supposed to give you a slew of health benefits like improved digestion, reduced inflammation and shinier hair. Medical professionals have said that, while it’s good for you, the promises some trend-lists are making are a bit hyperbolic. It might not transform your body, but it’s definitely good for you, so ladle up a big bowlful.
Sources: michellephan.com, theloop.ca, huffingtonpost.com
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