Sometimes you fall in love with something on Pinterest, but you don’t know how to track it down in real life. That’s why we’ve been building visual discovery features to help you find things when you don’t have the words to describe them.
On Pinterest, style is personal.
It’s less about runway trends and what the fashionistas are wearing, and more about finding ideas that work for you. In fact, the word “me” pops up in the Pin description a lot—someone found something that made them think “This is so me.”
Cure the end-of-summer blues with a fresh batch of new trends to try. Read on to see the latest in style, beauty and food.
Food or dye
When you fire up your Pinterest app today, you may notice a small but very helpful new improvement.
Now, instead of having to open the Explore tab to search for ideas to try, you simply type what you’re looking for into the new search bar at the top of your home feed. You also have the Lens camera right there at the ready, so when you spot something out in the world that looks interesting, you can quickly tap open Lens to snap a photo and find related ideas.
Back to school is a time to reboot, a fresh start for everyone—even if you don't have kids. Pinners are looking for ideas that are easy, affordable and a reflection of their personality. From pre-school to post-grad, we’re breaking down the top 39 trends for both kids and adults. Meet the new best in class...
Elementary: Easy as 1, 2, 3
Summer’s in full swing, so Pinners are looking for ways to make the the most out of the warmer temps. Read on to see the hottest trends on Pinterest right now.
Life’s a beach
Pinterest is full of possibilities for your life—ideas that you’ve taken the time to find and save, and we want to protect them. Today we’re announcing new features to make your account even more secure.
Secure your account
You’ve probably been thinking of ways to get outside and get some fresh air since January. But hosting an al fresco anything isn’t easy. Thanks to millions of party-planning Pinners, we have the scoop on the summer-ready ideas to help you host the best bash or everyday celebration. Here are a few highlights from our recent summer entertaining report.
Pinterest Lens beta is really on a roll. Just last month, we announced that you can Lens entire dishes to recreate your favorite restaurant meals at home.
Now, we’re rolling out a fresh look for Lens, more helpful tools and a newly heightened sense of style.
Smarter and more stylish than ever
Pinterest is all about you. Yes, you! Your ideas, your dare-to-dreams and your want-to-tries. It’s your mood board, your wish list and your me-time app. It’s where you can go to find and be your unabashed, uncensored self.
Summer is almost here, and we’ve got the shortlist of trends rising with the temps.
Skin is in
People come to Pinterest for possibilities—their next haircut, their first tattoo, dinner recipes their kids will actually eat—and to design all parts of their lives. While social networks are fueled by likes and living in the past, Pinterest is all about making plans, getting offline and trying things IRL.
Pinterest has always been a favorite with food-lovers because you can find easy, everyday recipes to make at home. In fact, food is one of the top categories on Pinterest—with over 15 billion ideas and counting. People also search for and try more food ideas on Pinterest than any other category. Today, we’re introducing new features to help you find the recipes you love and get recommendations from people who’ve tried them.
Live life to the fullest. This was one of the top New Year’s resolutions this year, so it’s no surprise that travel habits are becoming more adventurous and personalized. Baby boomers prefer popular tourist attractions, while millennials seek authentic cultural experiences. In fact, they're more likely to spend their money on these moments than material objects.
Since Pinterest Lens beta made its official debut, lots of you have been giving it a try—in fact, the number of Lenses has tripled in the last month alone. Along the way, we’ve been learning from your helpful hands-on teachings, listening to your feedback and tinkering behind the scenes to improve the whole point-tap-whoa experience.
Here are just some of the new improvements that will start rolling out today: