Instant mood lift: Unicorn snacks, reworked jeans and rental-friendly hacks

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  • These just-in trends on Pinterest bring the good vibes and fun times. People are looking for simple ways to try something new, whether that means magical unicorn snacks or smart home hacks.

    New hues for food

    Searches for colorful foods are climbing as two cultural trends hit the food world. Unicorn-inspired food is all over Pinterest, with searches up 394% since January. Nothing is sacred from rainbow: we’re seeing everything from unicorn grilled cheese to DIY takes on the Unicorn Frappuccino. Searches for “millennial pink” foods are also up as people translate this popular clothing color to the culinary world.  

    https://www.pinterest.com/pinpicks/millennial-pink-food/

    The newest take on denim

    Denim may be a staple, but it’s constantly evolving. This month, Pinners are trying silhouettes like cropped flares (up 190% year over year) and reworked jeans (up 227%). They’re also adding some flair with two-tone denim (up 381%) and denim embellishments (up 90%).

    Clever home decor tricks

    The right decor can make all the difference. Pinners are looking for affordable, easy and rental-friendly ways to add more personality to their homes. Some of our favorite trends include accessories as decor (up 155%) and removable wallpaper stickers (up 344%).

    https://www.pinterest.com/pinpicks/home-work-report-2017/

    Eco-friendly beauty products

    Organic, vegan and natural beauty products are growing in popularity as Pinners think about their impact on the environment. From organic coffee scrubs to vegan-friendly moisturizers, there are lots of ways for Pinners to respect the environment as they beautify.

    Crazy for keto

    The latest diet trend? That’d be the ketogenic diet, which promotes foods low in carbs and high in healthy fats. Searches for keto recipe Pins are up more than 500% year over year as people look for recipes like this cauliflower crust calzone or a scrumptious low carb blueberry cobbler.

    —Christine Cassis, saving ideas to Herbal