6 Fall Beauty Trends That Are Totally Wearable
Posted on September 19 2018
Autumn officially arrives this week, and with it arrives a list of new beauty trends to try out. When it comes to fall 2018 beauty, there are plenty of unexpected and refreshing options that hit the runways—but we’ve narrowed it down to a few that we think are worthy of wearing in the everyday.
Get inspired by some of our favorite fall trends below.
Pink on Pink on Pink. Pink is oh so powerful this season—and it’s all about going monochromatic. Pair a glittery pink shadow (like Cake or Punch) with a matching lipstick shade (like Mauve or Dollhouse Pink) and add a touch of coordinating blush (like Willow or Vibrant Pink) for a winning three-peat.
Ruby Red Pout. Universally flattering and always in style, expect to see even the most fresh-faced beauties applying the skin-brightening crimson shade to their pout as the first crisp days arrive. Think classic red in a variety of finishes—from satin to matte and glossy to metallic. Our picks include Pomegranate, Starlet, Currant, Indulgence, and Sin. And don’t be afraid to personalize the timeless beauty staple by pairing it with a metallic eye color or a bright pink cheek.
Brightly Colored Eyeliner. Vibrant eyeliner hues were seen all over the fall catwalks—drawn on in graphic shapes, accented with press-on jewels, and highlighted with gold details. If you’re a makeup risk-taker, try accessorizing your Amethyst, Storm, or Nile Liquid Eyeliner with gems placed near the inner and outer corners of her eyes.
Glossy Nude Lips. Don’t have a favorite nude lipstick? Now is the time to find one. Flesh-colored or completely bare pouts are very in—top of your perfect shade (like Taupe, Nude, Sandstorm, or Illusion) with a swipe of our Crystal Lip Gloss for a standout look that works from day to night.
Kaleidoscopic Eye Color. Colorful eyeshadow made a splashy comeback on the runway, and your favorite celebrities are already taking note. Replace your neutral palette with dual-toned jewel hues like luxe lilac (Odyssey, Crush or Dusk), deep emerald (Vinyl), and rich raspberry (Aubergene or Vintage). Take it a step further and Use two or three similar or contrasting hues to create a vibrant smokey eye that is sure to turn heads.
Two-Toned French Manis. This twist on the classic French manicure feels oh-so-modern and requires minimal skill. Use a pale neutral like Duvet, Cozy, or Dawn on your tips and a darker fall-esque polish like Bloodstone, Wicked Plum, or Graphite for the base.