Happy Beauty Wednesday! Now that we are officially into the Fall season it is the best time to revamp your makeup routine for the colder months. If you are having some trouble trying to find what trends you should try this Fall, don’t worry I’ve got you covered! Keep reading for all the deets.
fall 2018 makeup trends
Cold Weather Cheeks
Subtle blush is a year-round must but this season’s trendy rouge is inspired by the rosy glow you get when there’s a nip in the air. Make your cheeks pop by adding a touch of extra blush in the exact same color your cheeks turn when it’s chilly outside.
The 90’s are back. And that means shades of brown are a must-have for lips this fall. Try a chestnut shade for a flattering look that doesn’t feel dated.
Swap your basic black eyeliner and even shadow for eye brightening blues. Make it less 80’s by blending a thin line of blue above your regular black on top lids or wearing a sheer wash of slate up to your crease only.
Get bolder, more defined brows thanks to new brow stains. Inspired by professional brow tinting. These temporary tints deepen the color of your arches to enhance their shape, with the effects lasting up to a few days.
Orange may sound like a hard color to pull off, especially on the lids, but a shade that leans toward a little brown looks gorgeous on a multitude of skin tones.
Dramatic Winged Eyeliner
Cat eyeliner will never go out of style, but winging it out about half an inch adds some serious drama.
Rich Red Lips
Try a darker shade for the perfect nighttime look. Try a matte finish and dabbing the shade on your finger before tapping it onto your lips.
Full, false lashes on your top lash line invariably make your eyes look larger and more awake. Keep the rest of your makeup palette neutral for a look that’s modern, rather than overdone.
Bold Lips and Cheeks
As lovely as a dark lip looks with nothing else played up, rosy cheeks are a fresh take. As long as you keep the eyes subtle.
Jewel Tone Smoky Eyes
Smoky eyes are always a favorite, but applying jewel tones like blue, emerald, and indigo bring out your eyes and add a 60’s flair to your face.
Lightly Highlighted Skin
Unlike contouring, which has slowly but surely been disappearing from the radar, highlighting has consistently been a great route for emphasizing the points of your face where the light hits.
What beauty trends are you excited to try? Let me know in the comments.