Get Ready to See these 7 Fall Makeup Trends Everywhere
Trust: A dark red lips isn't going anywhere, but it's not the only look you should try during the fall season. When it comes to fall 2018 makeup trends, you've got plenty of unexpected — and quite frankly, refreshing — options.
We combed the runways and the red carpets and identified seven makeup trends you're about to see on all your friends. Need a teaser? Think the classic ruby red lipstick set in a multitude of finishes, and bright, dual-toned eyeshadow, and gemstones.
It's all good. It's all really good.
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Pink is oh so powerful. That's our takeaway after seeing the eyeshadow color on designer runways from Anna Sui to Jeremy Scott. It's been a red carpet hit for a few months now, and it's not going away anytime soon. Copy Kerry Washington, go monochromatic, and pair it with a matching lipstick shade.
Ruby Red Lipstick
From Dolce and Gabbana to Brandon Maxwell, red lipstick was a constant during the fall 2018 shows. What finish you choose — satin, glossy, matte, metallic — is up to you, and it's your chance to personalize the timeless beauty staple. Blake Lively paired her satin lippy with bronze shadow for a gorgeous look in the same color family.
Eyeliner and Appliqués
Graphic shapes, jewels, and accents ran the fall 2018 runways, and celebrities are already putting the trend in action. Lupita Nyong'o accessorized her orange eyeliner with royal blue and black gems placed near the inner and outer corners of her eyes.
Kim Kardashian will be psyched. Flesh-colored lipstick or completely bare lips are in, so invest time into finding your perfect nude lipstick, or go ahead and just swipe on some clear gloss or lip balm. That's what it's all about this fall.
It's a classic that shows up every single season, and really, we're OK with that. Recreate Mila Kunis's smoky eye with a metallic gray with a subtle shimmer.
Hints of Gold
Go for the gold. Channel Winnie Harlow and swipe on shimmery shadow to ace this fall makeup trend. The simplest option can be found in your favorite palette, but at runway shows like Akris, models walked down the runway with gold foil accenting their smoky shadow. Another option is adding the color into your complexion makeup in the form of a shimmery gold highlighter.
Bust out those blues and yellows. Your neutral palette has some competition because designers like Naeem Khan made it a point to incorporate brighter, peppier shadow shades during their shows. If pink and orange aren't for you, try a pretty blue look similar to Lily Collins's.