Top 5 Fall Makeup Trends


Cue the jeans, the sweaters, and the leaves turning colors–fall is officially here. With a new season comes a new opportunity to explore different makeup techniques and trends. While summer brings brighter shades and sun-kissed glows, fall tends to call for deep and rich shades of color. If you are looking to add in some sultry shades to your makeup collection this season, try out some of these fall shades.

Berry Lips

Nothing stands out quite like a bold lip color. While summer lip shades range from subtle pink tones to bright firecracker reds, fall tends to beckon deeper shades. Deep reds and berry lips are a great way to amp up your fall look. If you’re looking to add a new twist to the classic knit sweater and jeans look, painting on a deep berry lip can enhance almost any look and make you feel red-carpet ready.

Chocolate Brows

Many of us may ring in the new season with a fresh hair color. Highlights might be darkened, summer blondes might transform into autumn brunettes, and some might experiment with deep reds or auburn colors. A great way to really boost freshly darkened hair color is to get the brows to match. Structured dark brows are a great way to say hello to the fall. Chocolate colored brow pencils are a great way to add some depth to your brows and look great against nearly every skin tone. Your beautiful, deep brows can deliver the message that you are seriously ready to take on everything the season l will bring!

Deep Shimmer Eye Shadow

Gold, bronze, purple, navy and even forest green are great shades to add to your fall makeup collection. While matte eyeshadows are great for everyday wear, adding in a little shimmer to your eye makeup will make your eyes really stand out against autumn landscapes. Shimmer is great for any season, but sticking to deeper colors with added shimmer are best for the fall.

Wine Blush

Deep reddish-purples are great to give your cheeks a warm autumn glow. While summer blushes tend to be pinker, fall calls for toning down and warming up your blush shade. Having a wine colored cheek can bring some color to your face to combat dulling cold-weather skin. Blush can be simple and subtle or it can be striking and adventurous. Either way, the rich color on your skin will be sure to turn heads.

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