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Unexpected Color Combos to Try This Fall

Posted on September 05 2018

Unexpected Color Combos to Try This Fall

Want to mix up your makeup game this season? Push the “rules” aside and try out a totally unexpected color combination.

Whether you choose to apply them as an eyeshadow and lipstick pairing or as a multi-colored manicure, these fall-ready mashups will have you wondering why you never added them to your repertoire before. Check out our six favorite shade duets and the products that will help you get the look below.

Deep Burgundy and Sparkling Gold: Pair these luxe hues together on your eyelids and pout with our Eyeshadow in Egyptian Gold and our Lipstick in Currant or Rapture. Another option? Create an autumn-ready manicure by painting your nails with Plush and adding delicate details with Treasure Chest.

Vibrant Orange and Navy Blue: Go high-contrast with these two complementary colors. We recommend combining them in some fall-inspired nail art—use our Nail Polish in Starry Night and Sunrise. Or, rock our Liquid Eyeliner in Storm with our Lipstick in Coral.

Hot Pink and Shimmering Copper: Try painting our Nail Polish in Marble on the top halves of your nails and add a strip of Bloom right underneath for an unexpected pop. If you’re more daring, try our Lipstick in Dollhouse Pink paired with our Eyeshadow in Sahara.

Olive Green and Metallic Silver: This fall is all about earthy tones—try a fresh twist on the smokey eye by applying our Eyeshadow in Absinthe, Vinyl, and Vertigo for a seasonally-appropriate look that sparkles.

Scarlet Red and Pale Pink: These two tones come from the same family, but couldn’t be more different. Try a bold red Lipstick (like Pomegranate or Starlet) paired with a generous dose of our Eyeshadow in Bisque and keep the rest of your look clean.

Slate Gray and Chocolate Brown: Paint on a cozy manicure with our Nail Polish in Wet Concrete and Firewood—they will pair perfectly with your favorite sweater. Use the grey on all nails but your ring finger, and apply the brown there or vice versa.

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