Every woman wants to emphasize her precious beauty so here you can refresh for the new season..here are the trends you need to know for this fall.
There are only two things you need your eyeliner to be this season: black and greasy. When it comes to technique, it’s a free-for-all. Stay safe with a classic flick, as seen at Nicole Miller, or a soft smudge; go for the piercing stare of a Versace girl (left) by rimming your waterlines in ink; or take a dramatically dark turn and don’t stop ’til you hit the brow.
Deep, dark, dramatic hues were undeniably the biggest trend for lips this season, with berry-like mouths on show at Rodarte, Marni and Erdem. The most striking of all were the lacquered black-cherry pouts at Louis Vuitton and Dior, the latter of which were created with Dior’s Rouge Dior in Poison coated with Dior Addict Ultra Gloss Bulle for a mirror finish.
Burberry was perhaps the last place we expected to see glitter make-up backstage, but there it was – the brand’s new Shimmer Dust diffused from the outer corners of the eyes across the cheekbones. Sparkle was also on show on the brow bone at Giambattista Valli, right across the face at Opening Ceremony, at the inner corners of the eyes at Kenzo and around the eyes at Jenny Packham. Get ready to glitter.
Take a break from the three-step method of shading, blushing and highlighting you learned in Contouring 101: The prettiest skin (see: Stella McCartney, left) was neither highly-reflective nor blur tool mattified; there was just a little shine where there’s normally shine and a pink flush where there should be flush. Arm yourself with blush, a tinted lip balm and mascara and your look is done in three minutes flat.
Cold Weather Cheeks
Subtle blush is a year-round must, but this season’s trendy rouge is taken from the cold weather itself. Add extra blush to your cheeks in the exact same color they turn when it’s chilly outside.
Now this is one trend we definitely didn’t see coming: peachy eyeshadow. Somehow, this unconventional hue is all over the runways! Skip the liner and mascara — a natural, glowing complexion lets this funky look stay modern.